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Get the 28 Days to Timeliness ebook for just $2.50 through Friday!

Do you feel like you’re always behind and late? I know the feeling. As I’ve often alluded to here, I’ve struggled with getting places on time all of my life.

Some of you don’t have any issue with this — and I try not to envy you. 😉 Others of you can likely commiserate with me in the always-behind-and-barely-making-it-out-the-door issue.

By the grace of God, I’ve made some huge strides over the past year in getting places at least almost on time (we’ve even gotten some places early recently!). I’ve also been working diligently on getting things done early so I’m doing a better job at not waiting until the last minute for projects and deadlines.

I’m so encouraged at the progress I’m seeing and the fruits I’m reaping of various habits I’ve been working on putting in place. But I still have a long way to go! That’s why I so appreciated reading .

was written by a Davonne Parks, a “semi-reformed late person” (as she calls herself) who wants to help others figure out how to streamline their routines so they can get out the door faster and stop being late. Each chapter is broken down into 28 short, easy-to-read segments that will take just a few minutes to go over each day. The beginning of each segment contains an inspirational quote, and included at the end of every chapter is a practical course of action that can be taken to really initiate the discipline of being on time.

Davonne and I might as well be two peas in a pod. She gets me.

I laughed at her stories (I even shared her hilarious wearing PJs to church story with my husband — who thought it was so funny that he shared it at a recent family gathering!). I nodded my head in agreement with so many of her points. And I picked up new practical ideas for overcoming lateness.

I also was so inspired to keep working on implementing many of the habits I’ve been developing… things like planning to get places early, prepping the night before to get out the door in the morning, letting go of my perfectionism to get places in tip-top shape (I showed up at an appointment with wet hair today. I may not have looked fantastic, but at least I was a few minutes early — instead of taking 10 minutes to dry my hair and being five minutes late!), and not rushing around the house trying to finish five things before I leave.

Special Offer! Get 28 Days to Timeliness for just $2.50 Through Friday!

If you struggle with getting places on time, I’d highly recommend purchasing a copy of . Plus, through Friday (October 12, 2012), you can get the ebook for just $2.50 when you use coupon code MSM12 at checkout.

Note: This coupon code is only good the PDF version, not the Kindle ebook.

How to earn $0.32 from Jingit every single day

Have you yet? If not, you definitely want to do so, especially if your budget is really tight.

It’s a simple way to earn a little money every day. And while it might not seem like much, every little bit adds up, right?

I just discovered something new about Jingit yesterday — and I had to tell you, if you didn’t already know! Did you know that you can re-watch videos on Jingit and get more credit for them? A commentor posted about this and I investigated it and, sure enough, it works.

Once you’ve signed up for Jingit and watched all the videos in your account, you can then come back every day and copy and paste the following two links into your browser to earn another $0.32 every day.

Yes, $0.32 isn’t much. But these little bits of income add up to a nice side stream of income and gift cards over time. And this small stream of income can be a huge help to a tight budget!

Read all about Jingit and how it works here.

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