I was given an older book (written in the early '90s) titled It's About Time by Ken Smith. I almost didn't read it...another time management book? However, the author speaks from a perspective that not many books on the subject address. First of all, his testimony is of a chaotic life nearly ruined by addiction and how the Lord changed him into the time management expert that he was at the writing of the book. The theme of the book was not goals, priorities or schedules although he addresses each of these. It was the word obedience. He maintains that obedience in the little things of each day will bring one to a life of order and peace. I didn't expect the spiritual aspect of this book, but it was very helpful to me.
More links on managing time as keepers of our homes:
Simple Mom's 8 Ways to Find Motivation at Home
Stephanie at Keeper of the Home shares "How I 'Do It All' "
Ever feel like you're Drowning in Home Management?
The Value of Sketching a Schedule