With everything that’s been happening in the economy the last year or more, you might find yourself somewhat disoriented. Things aren’t like they used to be. Maybe your hours at work have been cut or you’ve been laid off altogether. Or maybe you’ve chosen to pare down to a simpler lifestyle and move to the country. In either case, your lifestyle is changing, and you may not know how to manage situations you’re not familiar with.
I’m reminded of a family in a Western state I know of who farms organically and grows as much of their own food as they can. That in itself can be a daunting task, requiring a great deal of time and labor. They homeschool, and the wife is a writer. They’re involved in a couple of other business ventures as well. I don’t know how they manage to get everything done. Management of time and resources is obviously important for their survival.
Likewise, management of your time and resources is important for your survival. You don’t have to consult an efficiency expert, nor do you have to become one. Still, a little guidance can be helpful. You can find that guidance in the newest e-book from Living on a Dime. It’s called “Plan it, Then Do It!” and it can help you reduce stress with better organization.
Here’s what Living on a Dime’s site has to say: Having trouble getting it all done? The secret is in better planning but what do you do when the plans don’t work? "Plan It, Then Do It!", our newest e-book, is designed to help you organize your time better. It includes pre-made schedules and lists along with information to help you make your own customized schedules. Try “Plan It, Then Do It!” and make a schedule that really works for you!
That’s what you need—a schedule that works for you, not someone else’s. You know your situation and needs best. Let “Plan it, Then Do It!”give you the nudge in the right direction you need.
If you’re not familiar with Living on a Dime, or if it’s been a while since you’ve seen what they have to offer, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at all of the truly practical resources they have to offer. They’ve got everything from grocery shopping and budgeting tips to getting out of debt, and more of the kinds of things that apply to everyday lifestyles. Who couldn’t use a little money management help and down-to-earth advice in this economy?
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