Tuesday, October 23, 2012

21 Days to a More Disciplined Life

I've spent about 95% of my time over the past week (yes, week--already!) snuggling a newborn while my sweet mom and husband have tended to my older two children and taken care of our home.

In the midst of all my sitting around (this baby nurses more often than either of my other two did), I had a chance to read a pre-release copy of 21 Days to a More Disciplined Life by Crystal Paine. I have always been inspired and encouraged to productivity by Crystal's writing and this eBook was no exception.

So often, I have grand plans and then lack the discipline to follow through and to make them become a reality. And now that I have three children aged three and under (yes, it's still sinking in--and since Mom has been here, my new reality hasn't completely set in yet!), I will have no choice but to be disciplined if I'm going to do everything I need to do in a day.

If you're anything like me, you could think of one or two dozen things in your life you'd love to change--and, if you're like me, you've tried more than once to change everything overnight and failed miserably. :)

In her eBook, Crystal lays out a plan for developing discipline in your life by focusing on one habit and plus a "mega" project for three weeks at a time. The book is filled with encouragement and helpful tips for slowly making lasting changes. I think it's a great resource, and one I plan to put to good use.

Today is the eBook's release date and through Thursday of this week, you can purchase the PDF here or the Kindle version on Amazon for only $0.99! In addition to the great price, through Thursday everyone who purchases the eBook can also receive a free printable calendar/planner by entering their purchase information here.

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  1. Thanks for the tip, I just ordered it for my Kindle.

  2. I ordered it a few days ago and I ha ve been really loving this book. I am chipping away at my mega task and feeling more motivated on others. Thanks so much for sharing.