Thursday, March 9, 2017


I always wanted to be a homemaker. It was literally my dream. I had visions of what it would look like and I had grand plans. But the truth is, homemaking isn't always my dream come true. No matter how organized and clean I try to keep my home, I have closets and drawers that just will not stay organized! I feel like little microscopic people come in my home at night and mess everything up just to leave me feeling annoyed. I get tired of cleaning the same thing over and over and over again. When I ask my kids to clean something their response is often, "I did it last week!" Well my child, do it again! Yet, deep down, I feel the same way. Homemaking is a never ending job and sometimes can feel completely overwhelming.

In her new book How to Manage Your Home Without Losing Your Mind, Dana K. White explaims that cleaning your house is not a one time project but a series of ongoing premade decisions. Her reality-based cleaning and organizing techniques debunk the biggest housekeeping fantasies and help readers learn what really works.

Chapters include:
My First Step: Giving Up on the Fantasy
The Worst Thing About the Best Way
Just Tell Me What to Do
Conquering Laundry
Get Dinner on the Table
Putting an End to the Never-Ending Weekly Cleaning Tasks
Don’t Get Organized
How to Declutter Without Making a Bigger Mess
Fighting the Perceived Value Battle
But Will It Last?

With a huge helping of empathy and humor, Dana provides a step-by-step process with strategies for getting rid of enormous amounts of stuff in as little time (and with as little emotional drama) as possible. She teaches how to bring your home out of the mess it’s in and learn how to keep it under control.

How to Manage Your Home Without Losing Your Mind is not written by a neat freak or organizing pro. Dana really does understand what it's like to be a "slob" and gives advice that really works.

To enter to win a copy of How to Manage Your Home Without Losing Your Mind, complete each task in the rafflecopter below.


  1. Oh, my. I NEED this! What once was the neat freak queen (Me) is now a slob!!! Help!!! I run out of time with work, church, hubby, etc. House always gets neglected!!

  2. My biggest challenge is clutter and procrastination


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