Ask her about her five nonfiction books about saving time and saving money….

Five Days to an Organized Life

Five Days to an Organized Life (Dell, 1990)
There is no easier or faster organizing system than the successful one created and taught by Lucy Hedrick. All you do is read one chapter each day for five days and complete the exercises. When you’re done with this book, you will be organized – that is, you will know what you have to do and how to do it.

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365 Ways to Save Time

365 Ways to Save Time (Morrow, 1992)
A year’s worth of simple solutions, secrets and strategies from an expert whose advice has helped thousands.

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365 Ways to Save Time with Kids

365 Ways to Save Time with Kids (Morrow, 1993)
Lucy Hedrick combines her expertise as a time-management professional and a parent with tips from other parents and authorities to provide field-tested tactics for balancing home, career, and parenthood.

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365 Ways to Save Money

365 Ways to Save Money (Morrow, 1994)
A year’s worth of savvy ways to save what you’ve worked so hard to earn!

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Get Organized in the Digital Age

Get Organized in the Digital Age (NAL, 2002)
Technology is supposed to make our lives easier, but all those beeps and buttons can make you crazy...or at very least confused. With sound, simple tips on how to choose the best in technology and use it to make the best of your life, this book helps you get in control - and shows you how to turn technology into a source of sanity instead of a source of stress.

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