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Monday, April 18, 2011

.:Giveaway - Planner Perfect E-Book - CLOSED:.

** GIVEAWAY CLOSED **

Planner Perfect’s E-book Giveaway!


My name is Jenny Penton, author of the blogs, Planner Perfect and Planner Perfect Meals, and am mama to seven amazing children. I have a great e-book giveaway for you on getting organized and introducing you to the Planner Perfect, planner.

Thank you, Sumo, for the feature so I can share it with you!





Planner Perfect’s e-book is filled to the brim with inspiration and valuable information on getting organized. This 46-page book may be small but packs quite a punch as it goes through the steps you need to become organized with your meals, wardrobe, your day-to-day, vacations, parties, and holidays. But most importantly, how to become personally fulfilled by going for your dreams and setting the goals needed to achieve them. You will learn how, Planner Perfect, will be your new go-to, planner, with its ability to harness life, beautifully.




Planner Perfect’s e-book will inspire you to dream, and show you how to stay organized.


In this e-book, you will also find complete instruction on how to build your very own Planner Perfect, planner.


Some of the things you will find in the e-book and/or my blog are:









Tips on getting your laundry done





Party planning








Daily cleaning, tips







How to create delicious foods and meals and great tips on menu planning



I hope you find out for yourself how Planner Perfect will change your life!

Who wants to win this? With it being spring and getting into spring cleaning, I'm sure we could all use a little organization in our lives!

Here's how you can enter to win:
(Each entry requires a separate comment.)

MANDATORY

1. Leave your idea for an organizational tip.

EXTRA

2. Leave an organizational tip on Jenny's blog and/or follow her blog.

That's it! Easy, right?

This giveaway will go through Monday, April 25th at 11:59 p.m. MST. The winner will be announced on Tuesday, April 26th.

35 comments:

  1. I reuse the glass jars from candles to store my make-up brushes.

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  2. I use a 24 pocket shoe organizer(cut in half)hanging on the sides of my bookcase to store all my office and craft supplies. I have a pocket for pencils and one for pens. I have a pocket for glue and one for tape and another for paint brushes. Scissors and hole punches have their own pockets too. The possibilities are limitless and I know right where everything is.

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  3. Our mail box is a few blocks from our home, so I usually stop there while out and about. I sort my mail right there in my car and toss anything I don't need right then, that way the messy pile never makes it onto my kitchen counter! Other than that I am completely unorganized and could really benefit from this ebook!!

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  4. Have a routine, I like to do 15 minutes of really quick cleaning every morning. I run around putting away clean clothes, clean dishes, and sweep. I move quickly and it gets me going for the rest of my day, and feeling more organized.

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  5. I have an "excutive homemaker's planner" that I made to organize all my junk! :) It has calendars, regular and for meals - that help me plan out a whole month of meals! And lots more! Cleaning zones and when to clean, phone numbers and more! I love it! Thanks for a great giveaway!!!

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  6. those little cute containers that my mary kay mineral powder foundation come in? well...those are perfect for office supplies, craft supplies, and giving to my daughters for their little things...so they don't have to buy little cute containers either!

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  7. I use some of my small scrapbook storage containers for my many pills I take daily.

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  8. When organizing a big mess...maybe a basement that has been building up?? Get three large tubs, one for keep, one for give away or sale and one for toss out. This is a good way to get started. I love to organize I would love this book sounds wonderful!!

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  9. I try to follow a schedule to organize my day around my daughter (Big enough for a highchair, but too little to play by herself while I work in the kitchen). When she is eating breakfast, I can clean the kitchen and wash dishes. During her lunch I can either make her future meals or do my own work at the table. When she is eating her late lunch/snack, I can prepare dinner.

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  10. When I organized kids closets I have a "Too Small", "Won't Wear", "Garbage" & a "Donate" pile. Younger siblings get to go through the Too Small pile and Won't Wear. Then I Garbage, pack up for donation and Ebay "Won't Wear" clothes if they are in excellent shape. (Usually they are because they have never worn them). I use the ebay money to purchase clothes needed for the season we are in.

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  11. Here's my advice: Everything had a home. Find it! If it doesn't have a home, then chunk it. This helps me not be the next feature on Hoarders!

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  12. Every single day pick one closet (or pantry, cabinet, etc.) to organize. Just one; doesn't seem too tough right? Eventually everything in your home will be organized. Bonus - you won't have to try so hard to keep it looking pretty because within the month you'll be back to reorganize again.

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  13. Lists! And plenty of containers - I try to re-use what I have. My latest idea was to use a shoe-organiser in my cupboard to store hats, scarves and gloves. Not a very original idea but it has helped a lot!

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  14. I keep a box for donations to the thrift shop. It's handy to add items as they are too small or no longer needed. When it's full, deliver to the thrift shop for a tax deduction. mamalusco at ortelco dot net

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  15. my best tip is simply picking up each night. I feel so much better when I wake up to a "clean" house. Also with a 2 yr old, time gets lost so my bill sorter is a life saver!

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  16. My best tip to get organized right about now is to get a great big black trash bag...walk around my house and fill! Just kidding, really. (not really) Lol! I could really use some help with that whole organize thing right about now! Need your book!

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  17. I've been over at Jenny's blog for a bit...reading, wishing, hoping for organization. I'm now a follower cause I need all the tips I can get! Lol
    Kim again from tiarasandbowties.blogspot.com

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  18. I try to never go to bed with out doing the dishes. Getting up to a clean kitchen starts the day off right. Who wants to get up to a sink full of dishes.

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  19. Every few months, I pick a week to organize. And I only focus on one area every day. I tackle our storage space one day for a couple of hours (doesn't even take that long if I've been good about keeping things in their place). Another day, I go after our closets. Etc. Makes things seem less overwhelming when I'm not doing it all at once. :)

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  20. I use baskets around the house to pick up clutter and then take it to the room it is supposed to go- my 3 year old thinks its fun to pick up his stuff, put it in his basket, and carry it to his room:)

    I also put pictures of toys in his drawers so he knows where some of his toys go!

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  21. Make the bed as soon as you get up (providing hubby is up too - lol). It's a good feeling to have one room taken care of immediately and gets you prepared to work on the rest of the housework.

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  22. I try to repackage snacks into smaller single serving containers as soon as I get home from the grocery store. Then I keep them in a basket on the lower half of my kitchen pantry. That way my kids can serve themselves a mom approved snack but can't sit down and eat the whole box. It's also handy for choosing their snack for school in the morning when we're running short on time. I'm planning to do this with snacks in my fridge now that they can finally open it on their own and reach the lower part (I have a bottom freezer fridge)

    Denise
    stormyd9(at)att(dot)net

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  23. I'm just starting my independent life with my boyfriend so we sure need some guide to learn to be organized from the begging!
    We will start doing the envelope system to stay on budget and hopefully save some money.

    sompy_stuff@hotmail.com
    http://soscraft.blogspot.com

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  24. To stay organized I love LISTS. I have lists for everything. And for me, I prefer them on paper. There's something very satisfying about crossing that item off that you can't achieve with a digital list!

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  25. My organization tip: Like FlyLady says, "A load a day keeps the CHAOS away". I always do a load of laundry each day first thing in the morning. Helps me feel like I've at least got SOMETHING accomplished.

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  26. I subscribed to Jenny's blog :)

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  27. If you use a paper planner, and you tend to make a lot of changes to your schedule, try using the semi-opaque post-it or other brand flags. Use a different color for different catagories (say, orange for family, pink for work, etc.) Write the appointment on the flag, and if it changes, you just move the flag - no messy calendar! (Psst. Wal-Mart has a generic brand for less than $2 per pack, with about 4 or 5 colors.)

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  28. Make a list before you go shopping. It saves you time to just go straight to what you need and saves you money because you're not wandering around and grabbing impulse items.

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  29. Now following Planner Perfect.

    ludosti at gmail dot com

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  30. Use tupperware to corral spices and mix packets in categories in your cupcoards.

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  31. we have a weekly schedule. each room and chore get one day a week... mondays are kitchens and dusting... tuesdays are play rooms and vacuum... etc

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  32. I use the plastic pencil holders for my hair ties and clips.

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Thanks for leaving a comment! I love reading them! I try to reply to questions the best I can, but you can always email me at sumossweetstuff {at} gmail {dot} com.

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