Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Book Review: 21 Days To A More Disciplined Life

Are you famous for making lofty goals, keeping them for a few days, and then crashing and burning?

Yeah, me too.

I plan out ambitious routines on paper, and manage to measure up for about a week before I'm back to sleeping in and struggling to keep up.

Ultimately, we must learn to master ourselves if we're going to grow in the area of self-discipline. But Crystal Paine's new ebook, 21 Days to a More Disciplined Life, may be just the ticket to boosting you on your own journey towards self-control and goal realization.

Crystal Paine is the owner and editor of Money Saving Mom, one of the top personal finance blogs on the web. A successful author, entrepreneur, and homeschooling mother of three, Crystal has a lot to share from her personal experience and success on this topic. She is realistic, reasonable, exceedingly helpful, and to the point. Personally I find her to be incredibly inspiring!

With a short and succinct chapter a day, this three week journey will guide the way for you to install one new key habit, and to complete one major project. The principles can be applied again and again, fueling you on as you seek to get out of debt, get into shape, and even start getting up early. Whatever areas of your life are out of control, you are sure to find help here!

I am personally hoping to run through the challenge with my husband over the next several weeks. Although our personal goals are different, by completing the readings and tasks in the book together, I'm hoping we can keep each other accountable and grow, individually and as a couple.

Do you want to know what's super exciting??? Crystal is offering 21 Days To A More Disciplined Life for only $.99, from now until Thursday. After Thursday, the book will go to its regular price of $4.99 (still a steal in my opinion!). If you'd like to purchase a copy, you can find them here.

What areas of your life have you struggled the most to get under control? How do you guard against burn-out when it comes to goal completion? 

*I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. There are affiliate links in this post! If you purchase your copy through the links in this post, a portion of the purchase supports me and the work I put into this blog. The opinions I've shared, however, are 100% mine.


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