Ok – so, once again I agreed to read a book and review it (so I got the book free – FYI). I've done it before for this author, so I had a pretty good idea what to expect. Disclaimer (and the author was forwarned): I am still an atheist, so the God and Jesus stuff is lost on me and actually a turn-off.
With all that said, once again – I enjoyed Kathi Lipp's humorous and relatable writing style and I found the information very helpful. She makes no bones that she is not a clean freak and her advice is for like types. It isn’t to make your house perfect but rather to make it functional and productive. And the God and Jesus stuff was even less prevalent in this book than in the "The Marriage Project", so that was good for me.
I am not only not a clean freak, I am actually a slob. Sometimes my house even grosses me out. So, I've read the book cover to cover and now plan to tackle the house chapter by chapter, project by project. I had already started cleaning my place, but got stuck some where along the way. This seems like a do-able plan to me. Not like the million other books that have unrealistic expectations for the end result or unrealistic expectations of my ability to maintain their standard. "The Get Yourself Organized Project" is for average shmoes like me who just want more functionality in their environs and some easy way to get there - in bite size steps. Very do-able, indeed. If cleaning and organizing your home and your life is not a forte, I'm going to suggest giving this book a try.
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Kathi Lipp is a busy conference and retreat speaker and the of The Husband Project: 21 Days to Loving Your Man—on Purpose and with a Plan, The Marriage Project: 21 Days to More Love and Laughter, and The Me Project: 21 Days to Living the Life You’ve Always Wanted and The “What’s for Dinner?” Solution. She is a frequent guest on Focus on the Family and dozens of other radio programs.
Church leaders and women’s ministry directors rely on Kathi to help women move from living out of obligation to enjoying godly passion. She speaks to thousands of women across the US and Canada every year.
Kathi and her husband, Roger, are the parents of four young adults and live in San Jose, California. Find out more about Kathi at www.kathilipp.com
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