This email came in and made me so grateful for all my readers. Life can be hard enough without the pressure we can put upon ourselves for being messy and disorganized. If you know anyone like Jenny or if you have had similar thoughts like Jenny’s, please show your love to that person.
Thank you for your email and reminding me I have been meaning to write and say “Thank you.” I was in tears after reading only a little of your book “The Joy of being Disorganized” – not tears of sadness, but tears of relief! I have been suffering from ill-health in various forms which I won’t bore you with, but which have come one on top of another over the past two years and are still ongoing. I had been berating myself for not doing better and that my house was never anywhere near perfect. I never was organized anyway, even when I was in reasonable health!
Your book showed me a way to freedom – freedom to be myself, and I think there is hope for me yet!
Thank you so very much.
PS. I am about to start reading it for the second time to make sure
things sink in properly!! I think it could well become a reference point.
Pam Here: I truly believe that when we beat ourselves up for our flaws we can create health problems. Divine love always has met and always will meet every human need. Start shining that light of your love unto yourself. Treat yourself to your love and have a wonderful day. To purchase The Joy of Being Disorganized, Click Here!