Year One of Available as an E-Book!

Get Year One of in e-book form.

I’ve mentioned a big ol’ project recently, and it’s now officially DONE!!

I have received requests (MANY times) to put the blog into e-book form. I recommend that newbies read the blog backwards. Like, from the beginning.

My reason is it shows in “real” time, how the process went for me. From the first post when I had no idea how to get started through each and every moment of frustration, success, failure and trying again.

I know MANY of you have done this. You’ve spent days or weeks or even months reading post by post and commenting and sharing and emailing me.

But for those who have asked for it in e-book form . . . here you go.

With the e-book versions, you’re getting the EXACT same thing you would get clicking through post after post here on the blog.

Really, there’s no reason to purchase the e-books unless you want to be able to read offline or to not have to wait for pages to load if your internet isn’t the greatest.

As the World’s Biggest Cheapskate Ever, I would probably suffer through the clicking.

Each year will be put into its own e-book. Right now, Year One is ready. We’ll see what the response is and then decide if it’s worth it to put the other years into e-book form as well.

The price of the e-book version of the first year of is . . . $15. I know. That’s a LOT! But when I happened to glance down at the finished document and see that it was (are you ready for this?) . . . over 800 pages and almost 200,000 words . . . I realized $5 wasn’t going to make up for the loss of more than 800 pageviews and a whole lot of time on site.

As I’m sure you guessed, though, I have a code to give a discount! Use YEARONE to get the first year of in e-book form for $10. That’s 1/3 off!

It has been fun to go back through that first year. I had no idea that I wrote the post about how I pre-cook my ground beef in the VERY first week of blogging, before my husband had any idea I had started a blog. (It says something about our relationship that he didn’t demand to know why I was suddenly taking pictures of dinner prep!)

I also loved seeing how quickly there was a difference in my home. Just doing the dishes made an impact that shocked me.

If you’re considering purchasing Year One of, go here to find out more!



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    As one who read through your first year “backwards” from first post to the current, and then has continued reading, I must say I am THRILLED and this is totally worth the $15 🙂 and I’m off to buy my copy and spread the news!

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    i’m a cheapskate so clicking through and reading the blog on the website.. 🙂

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    Emily W. says:

    Interestingly enough, today’s post catches me up to the present since beginning reading the blog from post one. I want to thank you for being so open and transparent during your journey. I struggle with many of the same issues you have worked through here. I feel like I am riding your success to a manageable home. I especially appreciate you analyzing your thought processes. I identify so much with the way your brain works and it has really helped me to think through ways to work with (my) nature rather than against it to attain my goals. I still have quite a ways to go, but I now understand that “failing” to keep my house from slipping back to disaster status doesn’t mean I have failed overall. It simply means that it is that more important to keep going. Thank you again, from yet another we-must-have-been-separated-at-birth sister.

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    Kristin says:

    I am finally caught up. I don’t know if I’m happy or sad about that. Now I actually have to WAIT for you to post, and since it’s summer, it won’t be as often. 🙁 I guess now I actually need to start implementing your system. 🙂 (my mom used to call me the queen of procrastination) we have actually been doing pretty good keeping our bathroom and the living room pretty well picked up and being more consistent with the kitchen, though not at running the dishwasher every night. Congrats on getting such a huge project done!

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    Theresa says:

    This is so funny because I JUST finished reading the 1st year! Like just now…today. I wanted to thank you for your inspiration. I’ve noticed in the weeks I’ve been reading that I started keeping our home more “picked up”. I think just reading your journey and thoughts, keeps housekeeping in my thoughts. So I’ve decided I need to continue reading, but also, find a real honest blog about someone’s journey out of debt

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    I am reading from the beginning. I haven’t caught up yet. So far reading has really helped me. After reading a few posts I start thinking about the dish washer and the laundry so I hop up to take care of it so that I can come back and read a few more posts. I like reading the comments so I will just keep reading hear on the blog. I did buy the mickey mouse book though. It was funny.

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