|How helpful a book on organization is depends on one important
factor--how organized are you already? Jessica Getskow Fisher has
published an e-book that is sure to inspire even the most organized
homeschool parents to greater heights. Jessica helps readers develop
a plan to clean up those dusty corners of our life that really
This book, which sells for $9, goes a step further than most organizing
books I've read; it walks readers through a series of thought-provoking
questions that guide each person toward setting her own individual
priorities and determining which areas need specific attention.
Of course, this list will be different for every person. So, Jessica
includes a chart that asks readers to list every hat they wear
(e.g., wife, mother, daughter, educator, etc.) and each associated
goal with specific accompanying actions. Another worksheet takes
each goal and further breaks it down into steps needed to complete
that goal by a specific deadline. Sounds simple enough!
What really makes this e-book a treasure trove are all the pre-made
charts and calendars that can be easily filled in right on your
own computer! Jessica explains clearly how to print them and organize
them into a "command center" notebook that will ensure your organizational
success. Brilliant! This simple approach is especially helpful
for people who haven't read much about organization and are sinking
into a pit of despair and chaos.
Even if you are already a well-organized homeschooler, Jessica's
simple approach may be just the thing to help you teach your children
how to get and stay organized! So, if you are an organization novice
or expert, you will certainly be able to make use of this clever
e-book in many ways -- and reduce your stress in the process!