Organized Mom on October 28th, 2008

There are many ways to keep track of your family schedule and we’ll eventually cover several. One of the first – and easiest – is a whiteboard. A whiteboard, located in a central area, can be a great place to keep track of everyone’s activities. And you can arrange it a variety of ways. You […]

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Organized Mom on October 21st, 2008

Have you ever walked into a room and just been overwhelmed by the sheer volume of things to do to get it in order? It can happen to all of us. And not too long ago, that room was my kitchen. We’ve been trying to cook and eat at home more. Not only is it […]

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Organized Mom on October 16th, 2008

I have a confession to make. I don’t always have it all together. Okay, I rarely have it ALL together. Who does? Maybe it would be a little better if I had a nanny for a few hours a week. But I work from home because we can’t afford the childcare. So I’m doing the […]

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Organized Mom on October 10th, 2008

I was out of town for two weeks. My dear husband collected the mail for me, and put it on my desk. I asked him to do that. He threw away the junk and left the rest for me to sort. And now, my poor desk is in chaos. I have unopened and opened mail. […]

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Organized Mom on October 2nd, 2008

I love electronic calendars. They can send reminders to me via email or text message. They’re fairly easy to set up. Most of them are free. And it’s simple to put in recurring dates like appointments, birthdays, and anniversaries. But I still use a small weekly planner that I can get at Barnes & Noble. […]

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