5 Tips and Strategies to Help Every Woman Get More Organized

Do you know one of those women who seems to be a Superwoman?  It seems that she can do it all!  I bet you could list a few of them right now off the top of your head.  Do you ever wonder how your Superwoman friend gets it all done?

I did for the LONGEST time.  I couldn’t fathom how women could work full time, run a business, mom-it-up, and not be exhausted!  (Do you think this way too?)

I want to share with you today a few tips that I’ve learned.  Although I am far from declaring myself Superwoman, I do wear several hats and I’ve had women ask me a lot the bewildered question, “How do you get it all done?”

I’m going to share with you a secret. 

In the Word Free Printable

The other day I had a friend ask about HOW to study the Word because she was really struggling with focus and depth and applying the Word to her life.

I was thinking:

How do I study the Word?
How do I teach my students to focus and break apart texts n our classroom so that they understand what they are reading?
How do I share literature so that my students connect to what they read?
I’ve got a Master’s of Education with an emphasis in Reading so this part isn’t too difficult for me, but I don’t want to just write a study on what you should and shouldn’t understand about God’s Word.  I wanted to create a tool that could help women of any age or maturity deepen their walk with the Creator by breaking apart texts and focusing on what they need from the Word at this time in their lives.

How to Create a Simple Chore Chart to Bring Peace and Order in Your Home

I spent years stalking blogs and women who seemed to have it all together with these fabulous systems for cleaning complete with photos of happy children doing chores and whistling like Snow White and her Seven Dwarves!  And while watching their perfectly put together lives I realized I was comparing my lack to their abundance. (Thanks, God, for this smackdown. I needed it!)

Sister, I tried everything: those fancy popsicle sticks, sticker charts, bribing allowance, a daily list, a simple to do with each child’s name.  You name it, girl, I tried it. And I failed miserably. Every. Single. Time.