Is being busy bad?

It certainly gets a bum rap in our culture.

There have been times when busyness wrecked me. I felt like it was bigger than me, like it was a bully.

My friend, Glynnis Whitwer, was on the bad end of busy and decided there had to be a better way. She shares how she did that in today’s conversation.

I believe this has the potential to help a lot of women. It helped me!

Grab your coffee. Grab a friend. Join in the conversation as Glynnis and I dig deep into this topic.

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Glynnis and I will be read your comments, and listening to your questions and stories about doing busy better — or the struggles you are trying to work through. We’d love to talk with you, and pray with you in your busy season.



Glynnis is offering a copy of her beautifully-written, oh-so-helpful book that just hit the #1 new release in time management on Amazon to one of you. Just leave a comment or question below. We’ll pick one lucky winner on Friday!



Meet Glynnis Whitwer

Glynnis and her husband, Tod, live in Arizona and have five young-adult children. Connect with Glynnis at where she encourages women to live with margin and room to breathe while still getting things done.


About Doing Busy Better

In Doing Busy Better, Glynnis helps you examine your heart and your schedule in order to seek a healthy, holy, and enjoyable balance between work and rest. Most importantly, she shows you that your worth is found not in your accomplishments but in the love of the One who made you for work and for rest.

You can also download a sample chapter of Doing Busy Better, and if you purchase a copy, be sure to redeem your receipt to receive a FREE companion Study Guide. Get the details here.


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