Am I the only one frantically waving my hand? Organization appears a goal that I will never fully meet.
Though I've never met Dianna Overholt, I feel like I know her from the pages of Keepers At Home magazine. Every issue, I flip through the pages to find Dianna's organization articles. Not only is Dianna full of practical advice but she humorously shares her own failures (like the mushroom found growing in her bathroom!) I was thrilled to hear that Dianna was designing an organizer for homemakers. At the beginning of each section of Guiding the House, Dianna shares encouragement and practical ideas.
I have a three-ring binder that has served as my homemaker binder for years. But it has become stuffed with all sorts of everything and is no longer useful. How refreshing to find a beautiful, well-designed planner all ready to fill out.
Though many of the pages in Guiding the House are specific (garden planning sheets, clothing inventory menu planning, freezer inventory, cleaning charts, etc) many of the pages are designed to be flexible. Dianna gives suggestions on how to use the pages but allows you to adapt them to work for you.
I even love the dandelion theme of the book, which reminds me to cheerfully serve where God has placed me.
Guiding the House also includes monthly and weekly pages dated for 2013 to be used as a planner or family diary.
Guiding the House is 10.5 by 8.5. The cost is $16.95 plus $4 shipping.
Dianna is giving a $3 discount for orders placed before October 15th. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Guiding the House is also available from Amazon, Living Waters in Canada, and Christian Light Publications. But you'll have to purchase from Dianna directly for the special discount.
Thanks, Dianna for allowing me to review your lovely organizer and introduce it to other homemakers!
Now if only there was an organizer that could clean out my freezer...