Running a household is like operating a business. Like any good CEO, you have to know your goals, determine your strategies, and manage your human resources. Delegate-Motivate-organize...Relax!
Every smart manager knows that success depends on teamwork. You've got your very own in-house players.
Learn how to get kids and spouses to help around the house -with lots of practical advice and encouragement to get them motivated and keep them going. Practical tips on:
- Organizing your time and space
- Cutting cleaning time
- Solving cooking crises
- Easy decorating shorcuts
- Basic home repair
- Better budgeting
- Shopping smart
- And lots more stuff you never even thought of!
Softcover, 366 pages. Penguin.
Being a mom means more than being a wife and parent-it also means being the household accountant, building manager, cook, gardener, housekeeper, and personal shopper-just to name a few of the roles that come with the territory! As America's "Family Manager," bestselling author Kathy Peel has shown millions of moms that running a household is like operating a business. Like any good C.E.O., every mother must know her goals, determine her strategies, and manage her human resources.
Every smart manager knows that success depends on teamwork. Kathy shows readers how to get kids and spouses to help around the house-with lots of practical advice and encouragement to get them motivated and keep them going.
Save Time, Money, and Your Sanity
With hundreds of time-saving, money-saving, and stress-reducing ideas, this indispensable handbook also shows readers how to take charge of running the home-without running themselves into the ground.
Kathy Peel is the bestselling author of fifteen books. In addition to being the founder and president of Family Manager, Kathy is a contributing editor to Family Circle magazine and also writes regularly for many other publications. She has appeared numerous times on national television programs, including Oprah, Good Morning America, The Today Show, and CNN's, Daybreak.
"Every woman who runs a home should call themselves a Family Manager." -Oprah Winfrey
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