Tell Your Time eBook Giveaway!

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I’ve already talked about what a great impact the book Tell Your Time by Amy Lynn Andrews had on me. It truly opened my eyes to how I was really spending my time and helped me see that I was not living my life in a way that matched my priorities.

If we want delightful homes, we must be intentional with our time. We can’t let life slip us by. Nor can we allow the urgent to direct our days.

With some thoughtful reflection and careful planning, our lives can reflect our true priorities.

In Tell Your Time, Amy shows us how.

I think you will all love Tell Your Time! It is a quick (yet powerful) read. (I devoured all 30 pages in one afternoon. ) Following the principles will change your life.


This book is one of my all-time favorites! It’s practical, to the point, and motivating!

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If you can't wait and just want to read it right now, Tell Your Time is only $3.99 (totally worth it!).

This giveaway will end on Friday at 5pm PST.


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  1. This is just what I need! I’ve been looking for something just like this to help me be a better time manager!

  2. I need this book so bad! Two toddlers, a busy crafter’s mind, and the desire to cook nonstop…yeah, I’m in need of some time help.

  3. I have been seeing such great things about this book over the past few weeks. It sounds like a great resource for busy moms – just what I need to get and stay on track!

  4. School has started, so have fall sports….I need serious time management help. Sounds like this book would do it.


  5. I have been wanting to read this. I feel like I could always improve on the way I spend my time.

  6. This sounds like the book for me! I have trouble managing my time. With kids and sports and extra cirricular activities, I tend to not be organized enough and lose track of my time.

  7. This sounds like just what I need as I get ready for a school year of homeschooling a preschooler and a 17 year old. 🙂

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