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JUGGLE is here!
Manage Your Time...Change Your Life!

We have a book! And a website!

JUGGLE (Manage Your Time...Change Your Life!) is available NOW. 

To find out everything you could ever want to know about it, go here.  

And to cut to the chase and buy it this second if you just can't wait any longer, go here.

This is the next best thing to having me live in front of you giving you life coaching on time management.

 Don't just take my word for it.

A lot of people think you need to read this.  Many people have already experienced fantastic changes in their lives through reading it. I'm super excited about that!!  Look at the reviews already on Amazon (Fourteen 5 star reviews as of last night!) and read the endorsements that have already come in.

I believe JUGGLE will be a great blessing to you. That's why I wrote it.  More than anything, I want to help people, and JUGGLE is just one more opportunity to do that.

The book is available on Kindle, but you don't need a Kindle to read it. You can read it on any computer or mobile device. For more info about that, go here.

What a better time than to get serious about time management with school starting this week, all over the country? The best school year EV-er is just one short e-book away...

I'd be delighted if you would help to spread the word about JUGGLE. Together, we will help many.

Much love,


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