Thursday, May 26, 2011

Resources to help with time management


Time is truly a most valuable commodity, a precious gift from God to be properly stewarded. As I strive to use my time wisely and work towards getting my little family into a better routine (er, really, a routine, period.), I have found several resources to be very helpful and encouraging. Most of them are written by moms who have been there, done that and have much godly wisdom to share.

::Time Management 101~FREE eBook, written by Crystal Paine of Money Saving Mom. I have read this through a few times and gleaned many helpful tips, as well as much encouragement. As a mom of three young children, Crystal is a bit farther down the road than I am and I really enjoyed reading this.

::Tell Your Time~Another ebook about time management, this one is written by Amy Lynn Andrews. I bought it shortly after it was released. She shares many excellent ideas and encourages you to budget your time like you do your money. The book is very insightful, and has several handy printable pages with charts to help you organize your time.

::Shopping for Time~A great book about redeeming the time (see Eph. 5:16). I bought this book before we were married and gleaned a lot from it. I have referenced it periodically over the past few years and I'm hoping to read through it again shortly.

::Motivated Moms planner~ Not a "time management" resource per se, but when I strive to get everything done on the list every day, my days seem to go much more smoothly.

What things have you found to help you manage your time better? Any great resources I'm missing?

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