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The Frantic Woman's Guide to Life: A Year's Worth of Hints, Tips, and Tricks Paperback – January 1, 2004
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About the Author
Judith Burnett Schneider runs a successful editing/critiquing service. They give over 70 presentations a year at conferences, workshops and seminars, and have written articles for or been featured in magazines and newspapers like Disney's FamilyFun Magazine, Home Business Journal Magazine, Pittsburgh Parent, Atlanta Parent, San Diego Family, the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, the Houston Chronicle and the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Top Customer Reviews
1. I especially liked the tips about freezing baked goods the day you make and buy them. They even recommended freezing potato chips--give it a try!
2. I also liked the suggestion of putting a snack box full of healthy alternatives like granola bars and cereal mixes in the car. I've already saved money bypassing the fast food places!
There are so many more good tips, I can't tell them all. They talk about everything from winterizing your car to getting a good tutor for your kids and uncluttering your closet. Any women with too much on their plates should pick up this book. It's been a life saver already. Thanks!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book has everything! Perfect gift for someone who likes to read (it has a ton of information), its just a little larger than I thought.Published on December 17, 2013 by Mariah
Great shortcut to knowing what should be done and when. I went through and made a monthly shortcut list that I put in my calendar so each month I have a plan. Read morePublished on September 2, 2011 by ladylaich
I did read the beginning and decided to take it a month at a time (giving me a chance to read other books). Read morePublished on February 8, 2007 by Mad Ethyl Flint
I would buy it again. It covers every month of the year from school papers to dust on the molding to your makeup and fashion to organizationPublished on September 10, 2006 by A. Lambeth
This is a book that can be of help to frantic folks,both female and male. I first heard of it around the Christmas holiday, and it was helpful in sorting out the growing number of... Read morePublished on January 2, 2006 by Arctic Voice Earl
This book is bossy, opinionated and completely unrealistic for any woman who has kids, or works, let alone both. Read morePublished on July 22, 2005 by Ces
Me and daddy saw the lady who write the book she had yummy strawberry stuff for me and daddy to taste. daddy buy the book for mommy from the writer. Read morePublished on January 5, 2005
I bought this book for my mom. She saw it in several magazines and told my dad she wanted it. I surprised her with it because I knew my dad would forget. Read morePublished on November 13, 2004