Published by Thomas Nelson on January 28, 2014
Genres: Self Help
Format: Audio CD, Kindle ebook Version
Say Goodbye to Survival Mode is a great book to help our hurried lives and to regain peace and purpose. I have followed Crystal Paine for a lot of years now and so enjoy all of her books and courses. I am always looking to read on how to be more organized. You will find practical ideas and big-picture perspective that will inspire you to live life on purpose. As a wife, mother of three, and founder of the wildly successful blog MoneySavingMom.com, Crystal Paine has walked the road from barely surviving to living with intention. With the warmth and candor of a dear friend, she shares what she’s learned along the way, helping you:
- feel healthier and more energetic by setting priorities and boundaries
- eliminate stress with savvy management of your time, money, and home
- get more done by setting realistic goals and embracing discipline
- rediscover your passions – and the confidence to pursue them
This book is a very practical book to help our hurried lives and to regain peace and purpose. It will help guide you with your personal time, time management, and also a money manager. If you are anything like me you are exhausted by over-committing and trying to maintain crazy schedules.
She shares her journey of how she learned to live a life of purpose and intention. I just love to listen to her speak as she is very down-to-earth and genuine that you can learn from. Crystal has challenged me at each priority to be intentional, purposeful, and to plan strategically so I can have a more centered life.
The one thing I have learned from this book is I was always trying to do it all. I was always trying to get everything done all at once in one day. You guessed it, that was a true failure. So, I have started to streamline my life and cut schedule clutter.
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