What Is The “Maximize Your Mornings” eBook About?
Hi! Thanks for your interest in the FREE Maximize Your Mornings eBook. My name is Kat and I wrote this ebook to help busy moms like you create an effective and life giving morning routine.

Here are a few things you’ll learn in this ebook.

  • Learn why getting up early is so important.
  • How to get out of bed – tips to make it easier to crawl out of your cozy bed.
  • How to develop a doable Prayer and Bible Study plan.
  • How to find an exercise plan that works for you.
  • How to plan your day so that you actually get things done.
  • Learn the key to developing a great morning routine.
  • Download forms and charts to help you plan and stay on track.

A Few of the eBook Mentions

Simplemom | SmallNotebook.org | Passionate Homemaking

How To Get The eBook


I’ve started a site completely dedicated to developing a morning routine. Download the ebook here –> HelloMornings.org

(If you have ANY trouble downloading the ebook, just email me at katssignups AT gmail DOT com. Or use my nifty contact form.)

More Resources for Inspired Moms

If you enjoy the ebook, you might enjoy some of our blog series and resources:

FYI – I have a new FREE ebook entitled Mission Statements for Moms that you can also download.

Tutorial Series
Maximize Your Mornings
This series is all about creating an effective morning routine.

Purposeful Motherhood
This series discusses why moms need mission statements and how to get one of your very own.

How To Set and Achieve Goals
Learn why moms need goals and get tips on setting achievable ones.

Downloadable Resources
A Mother’s Prayer Calendar
This prayer calendar lists a topic, verse and example prayer for every day of the month. Read about how I use this calendar here.
Click Here to Download the Prayer Calendar

Weekly Overview
This is the form I use to plan my week. I list the 3 big projects I’m working on, the upcoming and my weekly menu. I also use it to track my progress on some of the habits I’m developing: Prayer, chores, Bible Study, Exercise etc. It’s great for keeping me on track throughout the week.
Click Here to Download the Weekly Overview

Master To Do List
Get all of your tasks out of your brain and onto paper. It can be very stressful to constantly have to remember (or try to remember) everything you need to do. Divide your tasks into Active (things that need to be done soon) and Someday (tasks that you want to do, but can wait.)
Click Here to Download the Master To Do List

Thanks for stopping by!