Help for Your “Get More Organized” Resolution
Orderly days in the workplace.
by Lisa M. Hendey | Source: Catholic.net
If getting organized in the New Year falls near the top of your resolution list, you’ll want to take a look at the latest offering from Motherhood Press, Orderly Days in the Workplace.
Aimed at meeting the needs of busy Catholic professionals, this spiral bound planner is dedicated to helping you mesh your spiritual and professional priorities. Featuring both month-at-a-glance and week-at-a-glance layouts, the 7 x 9 inch planner is at once compactly portable and roomy enough to record each day’s appointments. Each daily entry includes room for a “to do” list with check off box.
In keeping with Motherhood Press’ goal of helping you incorporate everyday spirituality in your “Orderly days”, this product features all important Catholic feast days and celebrations, a weekly scripture quotation, and the readings for each Sunday. Also included is space to ponder and document each month’s goals in the following areas: spiritual, family, professional, ministry to others, physical and financial.
The rear of the planner includes room for notes, planning for 2007, room for documenting and recording special days, a reference list of spiritual resources, books and websites, a telephone directory and an account and password log.
Organizing all aspects of one’s personal and professional life while maintaining an active spiritual life can at times feel like a daunting task, but with great tools like Orderly Days in the Workplace it is an attainable resolution. For more information on this and other helpful products, visit www.motherhoodpress.com today and get started with making your days both more orderly and more fruitful.
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Lisa M. Hendey is a mother of two sons, webmaster of numerous web sites, including http://www.catholicmom.com and http://www.christiancoloring.com, and an avid reader. Visit her at http://www.lisahendey.com
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