When my friend Sarah Mae sent me a copy of her ebook, 31 Days to Clean, to review, I thought I’d scan it real quick. Instead, I couldn’t put it down. I know, you’re only supposed to do one day at a time, but this book kept my interest!
Here’s what I had to say about the book:
Whether you need to be more like Mary and approach housekeeping from a God-pleasing heart, or you need to be more like Martha and get your physical house in order, this book is for you! In addition to thoughtful, authentic reflections on they why’s of keeping a house up, Sarah Mae gives specific, actionable tasks each day to get you started. Do this for 31 days and not only will your soul be refreshed, your house will be sparkling, too!
It’s true! I’m working my way through the tasks now. I have found myself mysteriously more attracted to cleaning since we moved last year, something about a clean slate, I think. But even with my new enthusiasm, there are still days I want to stuff the mop in the trash can. I’m loving the encouragement and the freedom-from-perfection words in this book.
At only $4.99, for a digital download, this is a real steal for you! (Did I mention it’s available On Kindle? Hello!) Since Sarah Mae gave me a free copy, I am going to buy one to give to one reader. At less than five bucks, I can afford it
To enter, just leave a comment and tell me which room of your house needs the most attention! Winner can let me know if they want the ebook download or Kindle version.
Giveaway will close Monday, winner will be chosen randomly. No mops were hurt during the writing of this post.