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Freedom Friday! Name my eBook

Hi Friends and Happy Friday!

I’m not really starting another themed day – although I do hope you like them.  But I would like to enlist your help today  – hey – let’s make it a contest.

A few months ago I completed my first eBook – it is a collection of time-saving tips to help make the daily dinner time rush less hectic and more doable.  I named this book “What’s for Dinner” – which I never really loved.  I have it listed on Amazon for Kindle  but I fear it isn’t getting any recognition because the title probably makes it seem more like a cookbook than a tip book.

So – will you help me name my eBook.

For a limited time you can view the book here –  – – –What’s for dinner

Please take a look at it, read through and send me your thoughts.  I’d love any comments but what I’m really looking for is a new title.

Let’s keep this contest running for one week.  Next Friday I will announce the new title.  The winner will receive a $25 Amazon Gift Card!!!

I can’t wait to see what ideas you have.

Thanks for your help!

~Amy

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If you have five minutes to spare….

Happy Friday Everyone!

I wanted to thank everyone for responding to my poll on how many email accounts you personally have.  I am excited to be working on the “Too much in my inbox” series.  The first part will post on Monday morning.

In the meantime – I want to announce a contest I am conducting.

I ran across an interesting article in last month’s copy of the Real Simple magazine (Jan, 2011).

What Can You Do with Five Minutes?

Do you ever find yourself with a few minutes to spare in between projects, or errands, or before bedtime, or before a meeting, or anytime really?  What do you do?  Besides check Facebook and Twitter, Real Simple listed about fifty or so ideas of how to fill small pockets of time.  Some of my favorites are:

  • throw out all expired coupons
  • likewise with five old manuals from electronics or appliances you no longer own
  • do two yoga poses
  • floss your teeth
  • test pens or markers and toss the dead ones
  • brush the cat
  • check your voicemail
  • write a thank you note
  • organize your computer desktop by filing things into the correct folders.

So I challenge you to make the most of the five-minute pockets of time and see how much you can accomplish.  Throughout the month of February, send me your ideas and the things you accomplished.  I”ll post them throughout the month and pick a random winner at the end of the month.  Winner will get a $10 Amazon.com gift card!

Challenge your friends and see what ideas they come up with.  Have them post their ideas too.

Good luck!

Amy Munns

Time Saver/Time Management Guru
Finding more minutes in your day
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“This time, like all times, is a very good one, if we but know what to do with it.
— Ralph Waldo Emerson