If you’re like most of us, you’re ready to evaluate, prioritize and organize many aspects of your life in January. Molly’s January 2010 Money-Saving Digest will help you to do just that. The Digest has undergone a makeover and now includes a new Kids’ Corner as well as many favorite sections from past digests. Topics covered this month include how to make a pie (from beginners to advanced, including beautiful photographs), fun dates for the month (Winnie the Pooh Day is Jan. 18), what’s on sale this month, how to display Scripture verses in your home frugally and attractively, ways to eat more healthfully—including a week’s menu with a shopping list—and tips from other readers.
Molly tackles the three biggies: time, money and stuff. She lays out a sensible plan to evaluate where you are now, how to decide where you want to be, and how to prioritize and organize in order to get there. My personal highlights from this issue are the printable forms to help with evaluating, prioritizing and organizing (with more forms promised in coming months), a directory of just the Web site links from each section (organized, of course!), the full-color pictures and step-by-step directions for everything. Pour a cup of tea and sit down with Molly as she guides you through preparing for a great, organized new decade!
All of this great, friendly advice is only $4.95 from The Old Schoolhouse Store. If you really want to get organized–and to save—check out the Organization Bundle that includes Molly’s January Digest as well as the Molly Gets Organized e-book for only $9.95. Also, be sure to check out Molly’s Econobusters blog and for more great tips and deals.