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Summary

If you're like most women, you have more worries, wishes, and chores than you can keep track of. You may crave a sense of order and control but have no idea how to attain it and thus find yourself coping with a thousand daily details.

Now the women who established the popular Simple Steps program tell you how to soothe your soul and simplify your life in just 10 weeks. Each week, learn a new simple step for addressing the key areas in your life: your weight, your health, your living space, and your spirit.

  • Live clutter-free by learning quick ways to defeat that pile of bills, and master kitchen disorder one drawer at a time
  • Find out how basic habits, from using the right moisturizer to saving $2 a day, can renew your spirit
  • Attain the body you have always wanted with simple tricks like avoiding the kitchen after hours and discovering the benefits of herbs and spices
  • Learn how easy it is to make room for fitness in your day by using new techniques such as isometrics and kitchen dancing

With easy, empowering steps to help you take control, Simple Steps is the perfect tool for cultivating the life you've always wanted.

©2003 Lisa Lelas, Linda McClintock, and Beverly Zingarella; (P)2004 Blackstone Audiobooks

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  • Brigett
  • 12-07-07

Just So-So

This selection does offer some good suggestions and practicle advice however some of their ideas are rediculous. I would estimate that 70% of the information is valuable. Also, the website that they refer the listner to is no longer running.

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  • Judith
  • 02-03-07

DISCOURAGING

I found this book had the makings of an obsessive compulsive rather than being an inspiration in time management.

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  • Sandra Carson-Price
  • 25-11-04

Not going to find you any free time

And if it does, you'll be spending it organizing your fridge.

I'm only on week 4 of the 10 week program and, although some of the steps are genuinely helpful, a couple are pretty annoying (isometrics at traffic lights? kitchen dancing?).

My overall impression is that this is a more easily followed program for a stay-at-home mom or at least someone with a very flexible work schedule whose children are out of diapers. I don't qualify.

But then again, I've always done all our laundry only once a week and never felt the need to write that down.

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  • Jacalyn
  • 09-06-12

Where are the PDF's for this book?

How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

This book should have included pdf files of the various tables and lists that were narrated. The narrator dictating these lists was boring and rather less useful than being able to see them in printed form.

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This book should have included pdf files of the various tables and lists that were narrated. The narrator dictating these lists was boring and rather less useful than being able to see them in printed form.