Organized Mom on November 30th, 2009

I’m currently reading Never Check E-Mail in the Morning. At first, I balked at the idea of not checking my email in the morning. Well, of course I must see if something important came in during the night. Since I’m on the west coast, everyone else has been busy at least an hour or two […]

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Organized Mom on November 2nd, 2009

My days can vary pretty widely. There’s no real set schedule, other than getting up, feeding the boy and starting my work. It’s anyone’s guess after that. I wonder if it would be better to have a strict schedule… naptime at 10 am every day, bedtime at 6:30 pm every night, baths at 6. I […]

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Organized Mom on May 12th, 2009

I just bought a momAgenda. It came in the mail yesterday. Woo! I will be looking at it more today and I will definitely write a review once I’ve had a chance to go over it thoroughly. While my other calendar works okay, I’m hoping the separate spaces for kid & other items will help […]

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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 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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