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21 Days To A More Disciplined Life Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 541 KB
  • Print Length: 75 pages
  • Publication Date: October 20, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009UGKEC4
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,234 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Crystal Paine is a child of God, wife, homeschool mom of three, author, and speaker. In 2007, she founded MoneySavingMom.com, a site that has since grown to become one of the most popular blogs on the web, currently averaging 1.5 million readers per month. Her mission is to challenge women in any season of life to wisely manage their time and resources and live life on purpose.

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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By K. Hornberger on October 22, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
I recently had the chance to read Crystal's ebook "21 Days to a More Disciplined Life". This ebook is very timely at this stage of my life! Crystal gives many tips on how to be more successful at self discipline: Start small, break larger projects into manageable chunks, focus on one habit at a time, put your goals on paper, find an accountability partner, amongst many more. She also recommends that you write down and be prepared for obstacles that could bring your goals to a complete halt. This way you are able to plan accordingly to stay on track.

Crystal's ebook excited me to restart habits and goals I was swallowed up by. I'd like to read and study my Bible every morning, as well as get my home cleaned and organized. Crystal's advice breaks these goals into smaller chunks so I have a better shot at becoming successful. She is a great encourager if you do happen to fall off the wagon, and she also gives you successful tools to get you right back on that wagon. She has gleaned information from other organizing pros and includes those titles so you can read directly from the source.

Every Mom and wife will be encouraged to accomplish self discipline after reading this ebook. While I have read other books about self discipline, I haven't been successful. With the enclosed tips, I will surely be successful! Crystal's easy to read writing style and small chapters make this an easy read, especially for those with busy schedules.
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70 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Stuart on March 12, 2013
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I came across a bargain deal on this book, so I decided I would download it and try it out. I did so, with mixed results.

I did structure my reading so that I read one chapter each day for 21 days. Each chapter is about three pages, plus an additional page follow up on a "mega project."

While the information in each of the chapters was okay and occasionally helpful, there were a couple of key factors that were very distracting to me.

First, the author seems to have assumed that the only readers of this book are women, so she used feminine pronouns and references. That's not really a problem, but some of the references included items about fixing your hair and doing your makeup. As a man with a shaved head, it was rather hard to relate.

Second, the references seemed to focus primarily around stay-at-home moms, with projects and tasks associated around that. That means that many of the recommendations included references to cleaning the house, organization, and planning around childrens' activities. Again, that's not really a problem if that's what you're looking for and expecting. However, the references to business tasks only seemed to refer to the work-at-home moms who run their own business or have complete flexibility in the work they do (such as talking about working early in the morning so that you can have more time available in the day for kids' activities). Even many of the work-from-home moms that I know do not always have that kind of flexibility - they may need to have a structured schedule to be available for client communications. The inclusion of directly work-related recommendations were a small percentage of the recommendations.
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47 of 54 people found the following review helpful By C. Boulanger on October 23, 2012
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I am a self-discipline wreck. As in I have NONE. Did I think this book would cure me after the first read? No , I was realistic. Crystal's book contains really good solid info and quite a few points to think on. I am especially touched by her analysis of how we use the word try. I even used this part to discuss with my 11 year old Asperger's daughter who I have been trying to get to use her words as a commitments. Will 21 days solve all my problems? NO. And Crystal doesn't expect it to. You are meant to tackle this book over and over again. I found it encouraging how she shares her struggles with us...but doesn't condescend at all. All in all, a touching and solid guide that will do many of us a lot of good, but no magic pill. It's up to us to do the work. Imagine that!

Celina, homemaker and mother to 3, who struggles every day.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Holly Timi on October 23, 2012
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I seem to think that I am a very busy person...where in reality I am a Lazy busy mom and put things off because of being over whelmed by all of it.
Then at the end of the day I am thinking did I do anything today?
Crystal has taken the over whelming and turned it into pieces that when looked at in small sections it is not so scary! How to look inward to find and figure out your drive.
I was a Lazy Busy Mom and I will definitely recommend this book!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By penngirl28 on October 24, 2012
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Like most people, I struggle with self-discipline in many areas of my life. I've tried to implement new "systems" and have tried to buy things to alleviate the problems, but these tactics rarely work. I often find myself feeling more overwhelmed because these systems aren't the problem.

Crystal Paine is one of my favorite bloggers and she has written a new eBook based on her own struggle with self-discipline that is definitely worth your time! From the very beginning of the book I felt like she was describing me and my struggle!

"Instead of addressing the root issue -- my own, personal lack of self-discipline -- I convince myself that a fancy new system or a change in circumstances will fix the problem. But here's the reality: A bad system is not the problem. My circumstances are not the problem. I am the problem." (page 7)

Crystal breaks down the daunting problem of lacking self-discipline into a 21 day process of identifying and solving the issues that plague so many of us, making it attainable. Each day is filled with simple tasks and suggestions that overtime will foster an environment of self-discipline, and the wisdom in these pages is amazing. After 21 days of focusing on these things, you will be better equipped to be more self-disciplined in every area of your life!

The days include topics like: "Be Realistic"..."Stop Comparing Yourself to Others"...and "Do It Now"...all things that I need to focus on daily!

I have a feeling this is a book that I will come back to again and again.

I received a copy of this eBook for review from Moneysavingmom.com. The opinions expressed are my own.
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