Book Review: Why Worry? Getting to the Heart of Your Anxiety by Robert D. Jones

Book Review: Why Worry? Getting to the Heart of Your Anxiety by Robert D. Jones | Ordered and Organized

Disclosure:  I received an advance review copy of this book from NetGalley with no obligation for a positive review. 

My mother says I’m just smarter than your average cookie and that is the reason I worry more than I should (see story here).  But depending on what provider you talk to, I have a touch of obsessive-compulsive disorder and generalized anxiety disorder with an unhealthy dose of perfectionism.  Regardless of the reason, I’m a worrier.

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100 Ways to Save Money: Unsubscribe from E-mails that Tempt You into Purchasing Things You Don’t Need.

Unsubscribe from E-mails that Tempt You into Purchasing Things You Don't Need | Ordered and Organized

Since my daughter was born in 2013, I’ve subscribed to e-mail newsletters with children’s clothiers ranging from Carter’s to Gymboree to The Children’s Place–even Old Navy.  And I’ve told myself that all of these e-mails I receive daily–sometimes as many as five and six daily from The Children’s Place alone–are helpful.  After all, I save tons of money on my daughter’s clothes, right?

Well, yes and no.

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100 Ways to Save Money: Quit buying bottled water.

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I’ve already said that you can save money by swearing off soft drinks.  But if you’ve started replacing your soft drinks with water and you’re getting that water from a plastic bottle, reconsider.  Aquafina, Smart Water, and the like aren’t exactly cheap.

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100 Ways to Save Money: Take Your Lunch to Work.

In my experience, it’s one of the most difficult ways to cut corners.

But if you can find the willpower to take your lunch to work–and actually eat it rather than picking up lunch at Chick-fil-A or going to Texas Roadhouse with your favorite co-worker–doing so is one of the fastest ways you can save money.

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