Review of GTD for Homemakers by Mystie Winckler

Leah Courtney
GTD for Homemakers: declutter your mind!I've never read the time management book Getting Things Done; but I was very intrigued by this version for homemakers.

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Mystie takes the principles of time management from the book and applies them to homemaking. If you've ever felt overwhelmed by what it might take to start getting your house in order, this is the book to check out.

I loved the step by step approach. I love that she tackles the things that are daunting to homemakers. I can fully recommend this one for busy homemakers.
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From the book's description:

Declutter Your Mind

  • Reduce stress by getting your thoughts onto paper
  • Reduce frustration by assigning homes to stuff, tangible & intangible
  • Reduce fatigue by knowing what to do with incoming items
GTD is an acronym referring to David Allen’s books and system, Getting Things Done. And if anybody needs to get things done, it’s mothers managing a home. GTD for Homemakers shows engaged and involved moms and home managers how to streamline routines, alleviate stress, and increase productivity.
GTD for Homemakers is all about putting into place effective habits so that the routine administrative details of life do not cause undo stress and we, as mothers in the heart of our homes, can peacefully and intentionally make good choices about what to do without feeling like we have a million details pulling us in a million directions at once.

I give this one 5 stars.

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Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are entirely my own.

Leah Courtney / Author & Editor

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