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"Reading a Karen Ehman book is like sitting down with a girlfriend over a cup of tea and solving life's problems. She's honest, fun, down-to-earth, and incredibly practical. Karen's unique twist is that she doesn't try to get you to do it her way--she helps you find your unique organizational style!"
--Jill Savage, executive director, Hearts at Home, and author of My Heart's at Home Got Teens?
"This book will stay front and center on my resource shelf as the ‘go to' book to getting and staying organized. Thank you Karen for being the organizational mentor I've always wanted."
--Lysa TerKeurst, president, Proverbs 31 Ministries, and author of God's Purpose for Every Woman
"Karen gives you what you need to become ‘a woman on top of the organization pile.' She answers your dilemmas about how to declutter your life and home."
--Emilie Barnes, author of More Hours in My Day and 101 Ways to Clean Out the Clutter
"On occasion, my ducks have not only not been in a row, but someone has stolen my ducks! Karen Ehman skillfully, realistically, and delightfully explains the good news that all of us can organize differently with assured success while arming every woman alive with humor and a doable plan."
--Cindy Sigler Dagnan, author of Who Got Peanut Butter on my Daily Planner? and Chocolate Kisses for Couples
"Busy moms rejoice! Karen Ehman offers you guilt-free, custom-designed and family-friendly organization that really works! As a work-at-home mom of five, Karen's book helped me laugh at my own organizing disasters, encouraged me to find solutions, and inspired me to be better prepared to answer God's daily call on my life."
--Glynnis Whitwer, author of Work@home
"Karen Ehman rescues the overwhelmed by offering creative solutions for calming the chaos. Brimming with realistic and practical home-management ideas, readers are sure to find encouragement, avoid stress, save time, and enjoy more meaningful moments with loved ones."
--Ginger Plowman, author of Heaven at Home and Don't Make Me Count to Three
"I really thought I knew it all and more when it came to organization. Now, thanks to Karen Ehman, I'm even more peaceful, sane, and clutter-free. There is much to learn within the pages of this life-enriching book."
--Lisa Whelchel, author of Creative Correction and Taking Care of the "Me" in Mommy