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Publisher: Warner Books
Release Date: January 1, 2004
ISBN: 0446690597
Format Reviewed: Advance Review Copy
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Genre: Non-Fiction/Self Help
Reviewed: 2004
Reviewer: Suzie Housley
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The Frantic Woman's Guide to Life
A Year's Worth of Hints, Tips, and Tricks
By Mary Jo Rulnick, Judith Burnett Schneider

       Many people deal with hectic lifestyles; there never seems to be enough time in the day to juggle family, work, and their own interests. A new year is the perfect time to decide to take back control of your life.

       Mary Jo Rulnick and Judith Burnett Schneider have written the must-have book for 2004, The Frantic Woman's Guide to Life: A Year's Worth of Hints, Tips, and Tricks is an invaluable source of helpful information, overflowing with timesaving tips and efficiency secrets that can eliminate clutter, turn your family into a cleaning team, and even find ways to save money.

        It is designed to use on a yearly basis. Each month is divided into a separate category: for the month of January it is organization, February is connecting with family and friends, and March is spring cleaning. The most intriguing aspect of this book is that it allows you to progress at your own leisure. It doesn’t force you to read it from cover to cover before you are able to grasp its concept.

       I plan to keep this book with me all year long. I can already see that it has allowed me to regain precious moments from tasks that were robbing my time. This book is for anyone who wants to start the New Year off right.