Ever since I finished the manuscript for my “real” book, I’ve been pretending it’s okay chill out and read fiction whenever I feel like it.
And yet life keeps happening.
But I have managed to get a few things checked off my never-ending to do list before Christmas!
First, I set up a special email list because I will be hosting live video chats in the week after Christmas. In the chats, we’ll talk about realistic decluttering strategies.
Warning: You will most likely wake up with a severe case of Decluttering Fever on December 26th. I’m not trying to scare you, but it happens. I used to think it was just me who felt the urge to purge right after Christmas, but I’ve learned I’m not the only one.
Don’t worry about it now, but if you’d like to be notified, you can sign up here to get an email when the chats start. I’m actually not sure which platform they’ll be on, maybe Periscope or Google +, or . . . if the rumors I’m hearing are true, they could be directly on Facebook. Wherever they are, I’ll let you know if you’re on that list.
Also, I have FINALLY made Giving God the Worst of Me available as a print-on-demand physical book. At this time (probably through the end of December) it is priced priced as low as the printing service I’m using will let me price it. $5.38 U.S.
The PDF version is still totally free here, but I wanted to make a more giftable version of this not-as-threatening-as-a-how-to-get-your-messy-house-clean-book-would-be book(let) available.
I’m honestly not even sure if you can get it shipped to you by Christmas. But, even if it’s not an official gift, if you’ve wished for a way to introduce someone to my brand of crazy without bringing up the Super Uncomfortable Slob Subject, this book (more like a booklet at 89 pages) might work.
Giving God the Worst of Me focuses on the spiritual side of my deslobification journey, but not in the way I expected, and probably not in the way you’d expect. And if you’re not a Christian, read the comments here and see that this isn’t a book to avoid.
If you’re already thinking of people who might need this, go ahead and read it yourself here for free. That will let you approach the conversation like this: I read this short book and loved it, so I bought you a copy.
Instead of: This lady’s a slob like you. Maybe you’ll learn something.
Really. The first option is better. Much better.
Go purchase the hold-it-in-your-hands version of Giving God the Worst of Me here or sign up for my daily email list here to find out when it is available through Amazon (should be there within 3-5 days).--Nony