You know that runner’s high people talk about? Or even a shopper’s high? I don’t get those (because I don’t run and I’d just feel guilty if I went on a big shopping spree), but I do get a sort of euphoria from a seriously clean and organized home. In fact, clutter makes me temporarily insane. If my family wants to set me off on a rampage, they just need to leave cluttery messes in every room, especially on kitchen counters.
For the sake of mankind, it’s probably a good thing that God didn’t make everybody this way. The world would be delightfully organized, but things would get pretty boring. Dana, who blogs as “Nony the Slob” at A Slob Comes Clean, does not share my psychosis — but on her blog, she does share “the truth about cleaning and organization methods that actually work for a real-life slob.”
Dana has recently released an ebook for anyone overwhelmed by the mess of their home. While I can’t write from the perspective of the so-called “seriously disorganized,” I can say that Dana has written a humorous yet helpful guide to changing habits over a period of four weeks.
28 Days to Hope for Your Home is not a guide to getting your home completely organized in a month. Based on the experience I have gained during my personal deslobification process, this e-book is a guide to developing basic habits that other people seem to know (but people like us don’t).
If you follow the instructions for each day, you will learn new habits and change your thinking about your home. Through personal experience (the best teacher), you will understand the basics of keeping your home out of Disaster Status.
Day One takes less than two minutes to read. Dana gradually builds upon what she has shared each day, but none of the days’ readings are intensive. The daily assignments vary in required time or intensity. All along, though, she is realistic and encouraging. Right now, 28 Days to Hope for Your Home is only $5; I’m not sure how long that introductory price will last, so if this book is for you, now is a good time to buy!
Psst!! If you use the code “JAMIE” anytime through Sunday, March 25, you can get Dana’s ebook for only $4!
I received this ebook for the purposes of review, and this post does contain affiliate links. However, all opinions are entirely my own!