Deniece B. – Bed, Bath & Beyond gift card
Rebeccah – Taming the To-Do List
Robert L. – MacArthur Daily Bible
(If you were one of the winners, I have sent an email requesting a mailing address.)
I’m about to embark on another trip … as I blog through the Bible in 2016 and I hope you’ll join me. I know many of you visit from FaceBook or Pinterest and that’s great! But I would love it if you would sign up to receive the daily reminders on your phone or computer.
And I’m thinking of a number … of things I’d like to give away! So for all those who are signed up by January 10, 2016 you will be entered in a drawing for a chance to win a MacArthur Daily Bible, a great new book to help you get organized (& stop procrastinating) in 2016 entitled Taming the To-Do List: How to Choose Your Best Work Every Day by Glynnis Whitwer (if you struggle with procrastination you will love this book), or a $50 Bed, Bath & Beyond gift card.
No matter how much we accomplish in a day, we nearly always feel a little guilt over what we didn’t do. But do we really have more to do than the women who came before us? Maybe not.
In Taming the To-Do List, Glynnis Whitwer exposes a seismic shift in society: from one in which most of us were proactive to one in which we carry the burden of having to respond–to every email, text, tweet, and message we receive. This creates a cycle where everyone else sets the priorities for our days rather than us directing our own lives. The result? We procrastinate, putting off the important stuff for later while we tend to the “urgent” stuff right now.
It’s time to take back your schedule! Ready to tame that to-do list? This book shows you how.
The MacArthur Daily Bible takes a portion of the Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms, and Proverbs for each day of the year, with daily comments that guide and inform you as you read through the Bible in a year. John MacArthur’s insight maximizes the benefit of each day’s reading. If a commitment to daily Bible reading never worked for you before, this is the answer. With John at your side, there’ll be no such thing as a tough portion of Scripture.