This book was published in 1995 which makes it dated especially when you consider all of the things that we can now do on our phones and computers. She came out with an updated copy in 2006 which I haven't seen. Dave teased me that I just wanted a pat on the back at how organized that I am, but in fact I am always looking for tips and more efficient ways to do things.
Some take aways from this book were to write goals each year to help you stay focused on what your priorities are. Dave and I discussed that one together and we both came up with some goals. I was also reminded and have since implemented a menu for two weeks at a time and then make a grocery list with what I will need to make the dishes. This helps to control our grocery budget and for us not to waste food. Dave has also encouraged me to use the grocery service where you pick up your food and they bring it out to the car. The advantage is that you won't splurge buy once that you go into the store. She touches on all aspects of your life from grocery shopping to your prayer life to your marriage. She has a lot of great illustrations from her own life that make this book super easy to read. Since I have read this, I have been making lists like crazy and believe it or not getting more stuff done. I have also been clearing out some more clutter. The house clutter for the most part is down to a minimal amount, so now I am moving onto the garage. I have learned lots but recommend that you probably check out her newer take on time management that was written in 2006.