Block Party Giveaway: ListPlanIt

This giveaway is now closed. Tune in July 4th to find out if you’re a winner!

Welcome to Day 3 of the Simple Living Media Summer Block Party! We’ve got 20 giveaways across the entire network this week to give you plenty of chances to win!

Today’s giveaway will provide six lucky winners the chance to get a bit more organized.

ListPlanIt provides instant access for one full year to hundreds of pages geared toward helping you live a more organized life.

Jennifer Tankersley, mother of three and founder of ListPlanIt, has created over 400 lists on every possible topic you could need or want.

And they’re all set to go for your printing or downloading pleasure!

Check out the categories of lists you can access:


Jennifer’s camping list made our last family outing much easier to prepare for (I almost forgot the matches!). I love that no matter what type of occasion I need to organize, I’m guaranteed that ListPlanIt will make the process easier by pointing me to a list they’ve already created. Such a time saver!

Today Jennifer of ListPlanIt is generously offering two download memberships, two print memberships, and two ePlanners to six separate readers.

How to Win

Everyone has three chances to win. Choose one or all three!

1. Comment on this post, and answer this question: What organizational tool helps you stay on top of life?

2. Subscribe to the ListPlanIt blog. Be sure to come back and leave a separate comment letting me know you’re subscribed.

3. Subscribe to Simple Homeschool by email or in your feed reader. Leave a separate comment letting me know you’re subscribed.

This giveaway will end at 11:59 pm EST on July 2nd (tonight!) and is open to commenters 18 years or older. We’ll use to choose winners on July 4th! I hope you win!

About Jamie Martin

Jamie is a mama to three cute kids born on three different continents. She serves as editor of Simple Homeschool, and blogs about mindful parenting at Steady Mom. Jamie is also the author of two books: Steady Days and Mindset for Moms.


  1. Really my daily to do list is what helps me the most. I am still coveting an iPhone.
    .-= Christy@pipandsqueak’s last blog: Carolines portraits =-.

  2. I subscribe via Google Reader.
    .-= Christy@pipandsqueak’s last blog: Carolines portraits =-.

  3. I just subscribed to ListPlanIt.
    .-= Christy@pipandsqueak’s last blog: Carolines portraits =-.

  4. does my alarm clock count as an organizational tool? my hour in the morning before my kids wake up is the ONLY thing that keeps me sane!!
    .-= katie anaya’s last blog: a trek through the snow =-.

  5. Carrie K says:

    I love my mini- docket from Simple Mom!

  6. Carrie K says:

    I have subscribed to Simple Homeschool via Google reader

  7. My most helpful organizational tool (when I use it!) is a tack board with picture frames above it – I filled the frames with pretty paper and use them as a dry erase board to keep track of the day’s most important tasks, less urgent tasks, and a thought for the day to keep me grounded. At the end of the day it is so rewarding to wipe it all clean :)
    .-= Kim’s last blog: 211- Sad Day =-.

  8. jasmine says:

    my iphone is my organizing tool

  9. jasmine says:

    i subscribe via email

  10. jasmine says:

    i subscribed to the list plan it blog

  11. Jessica Brammer says:

    My most useful tool is the lists I made to keep track of our money. I can look at them and know where the money in our account is going instead of guessing.

  12. I keep a running to do list on the fridge where I can easily jot things down when I think of them and cross them off when they’re complete. It’s pretty simple but better than nothing.
    .-= Wendy’s last blog: Project 365 2010- Week 23 =-.

  13. My MomAgenda day planner helps me stay organized!

  14. I subscribe via google reader

  15. Lists! :) Especially my daily and long term to do lists.
    .-= Kami’s last blog: Summer days =-.

  16. And I subscribe via RSS.
    .-= Kami’s last blog: Summer days =-.

  17. Gillianne says:

    I have been using my windows mobile phone with backup by my laptop for most of our organizing…..its so convient to have everything in one place with easy access… Very important to a mom with many things to do and people to take care of!

  18. my computer & my day planner help me *attempt* to stay on top of life -still working on it :)
    .-= emily hope’s last blog: love defined 1 corinthians 13 cafe mount 12×12 =-.

  19. i subscribe in my reader to simple homeschool.
    .-= emily hope’s last blog: love defined 1 corinthians 13 cafe mount 12×12 =-.

  20. … and just added listplanit to the reader too :)
    .-= emily hope’s last blog: love defined 1 corinthians 13 cafe mount 12×12 =-.

  21. My Weekly To Do Lists of course!
    .-= PeachRainbow’s last blog: The Winner- =-.

  22. Subscribed to Listplanit via Google Reader
    .-= PeachRainbow’s last blog: The Winner- =-.

  23. Subscribed to Simple Homeschool via Google Reader!
    .-= PeachRainbow’s last blog: The Winner- =-.

  24. Bronwyn says:

    My day planner and tons of sticky notes are the two things that help me stay organised the most.

  25. Bronwyn says:

    Subscribed to ListPlanIt via e-mail.

  26. Bronwyn says:

    Subscribed to Simple Homeschool via Google Reader.

  27. Naomi H says:

    my day planner. I scribble everything in there, from meal plans to daily to-do things.

  28. Naomi H says:

    i subscribe to sh.

  29. I love my momAgenda planner!

  30. My large calendar hanging insided my pantry closet is what helps me!

  31. I subscribe!

  32. I used my in-box as a GTD to-do list. I meal plan use spreadsheets to track money spending. My desk is also covered in chalkboard paint so I can make notes easily and not have piles of paper sitting around!

  33. I subscribe in Google Reader!

  34. My daily check list helps me make it through the day!

  35. My most helpful organizer is my calendar–I use it to track all of my family activities

  36. I am an email subscriber to your blog.

  37. My calendar is my most important tool right now. I keep track of schedules, to do lists, meal plans, etc in my calendar. Great Giveaway!

  38. I have been subscribed to List PlanIt via bloglines for a while.
    .-= Kristina’s last blog: Baby Shower Surprise =-.

  39. I’m a new subscriber of Simple Homeschool via bloglines.
    .-= Kristina’s last blog: Baby Shower Surprise =-.

  40. My must-have organizational tool that I use everyday is my Momgenda Kitchen organizer with my Simple Mom daily docket sheets inside! Seriously, without my home organizer, I am not sure I could function!
    .-= Heather Brooks’s last blog: Motivation Monday 5 Modern products to help you go Green =-.

  41. I subscribed to Listit via Google Reader!

  42. I use the calendar in my iPhone to keep track of appointments
    .-= Rae’s last blog: O Canada- =-.

  43. I read Simple Homeschool through Google Reader already-love it!
    .-= Heather Brooks’s last blog: Motivation Monday 5 Modern products to help you go Green =-.

  44. I subscribe with Google Reader
    .-= Rae’s last blog: O Canada- =-.

  45. My iPhone is my life!!!

  46. Heather says:

    My to-do lists are the only thing that keep me organized. I always have a big main list and then lots of little lists for other things (like packing for a weekend away or what I need at the store)

  47. My google calendar keeps me on top of my game. Without it, I’d be done!
    .-= Rachel LaPointe’s last blog: The Summer of the Skirt- Day 1 =-.

  48. I’m a feed subscriber!
    .-= Rachel LaPointe’s last blog: The Summer of the Skirt- Day 1 =-.

  49. I subscribed to List Planit’s blog!
    .-= Rachel LaPointe’s last blog: The Summer of the Skirt- Day 1 =-.

  50. I keep track of playdates on iCal on my computer and my iPhone. It usually keeps me in line… usually.

  51. I use Google calendar and list for my main organizational tool. I’d love some good lists, though!

  52. I subscribe in my feed reader.

  53. Jessica says:

    My calendar

  54. I need a lot of help with organization. I don’t think there’s one tool that keeps me on top of things, unless it’s Google calendar. I try really hard, but fail over and over.
    .-= Tara @ Feels Like Home’s last blog: Grace and Her Babies =-.

  55. I subscribe via Google Reader.
    .-= Tara @ Feels Like Home’s last blog: Grace and Her Babies =-.

  56. mdvlist says:

    I am a compulsive list-maker, and many of those lists fit into a day planner that my mother-in-law sends me every year from Japan. It has a lot of space to write on each day, and plenty of blank pages in the back where I keep seasonal lists, present lists, goal lists . . . . Now, if only I had room there for my shopping lists, too, which end up spread all over the house.

  57. Oh, how I LOVE lists, but I’d have to say that my biggest organizational tool is Google Calendar. Now, if only I had a smartphone…

  58. Kathy T says:

    calendar, would be lost without it! After a move though, I definitely need more help!

  59. I subscribe to the List PlanIt blog.

  60. I subscribe in a feed reader.

  61. I don’t actually have an effective tool right now other than trying not to lose my calendar and seemingly hundreds of started lists all over our house. I need help! Pick me! = )
    .-= Angelina’s last blog: Steeler Girls =-.

  62. My trusty weekly calendar keeps me up and running!

  63. Cindybelle says:

    I use my outlook calendar on my iphone to ding when I need to be somewhere – the only problem is when my reminder is 5 minutes ahead of a 30 minute errand. :)

  64. Cindybelle says:

    subscribing to the blog now!!! Can’t wait

  65. My never ending to-do list is the only thing that I have to keep my half way orgainized.

  66. I subscribed to the ListPlanIt blog.

  67. Elka Minor says:

    I don’t have an organizational tool!!! I scribble my to do on an index card or on my phone notes feature if anything otherwise it is a flurry of omg I need to fix this and work til I drop

  68. I subscribe via google reader.

  69. Elka Minor says:

    I subscribed via email to her blog~~ she is scarily organized! Lists for what to do over the coming week? I want to be her!

  70. Kristie A. says:

    My favorite organizational tool is my daily to do list.

  71. Kristie A. says:

    I subscribe via google reader.

  72. Elka Minor says:

    I also just subscribed to this branch of simple…. via email. :)

  73. My iPad lets me have access to my email and calendar where ever I go. Now with the new “How to Cook Everything” app I can even make grocery lists and use my cookbook to plan meals while I am at the grocery store!

  74. Maybe this could help me stay organized. This would be a miracle product! I’d love to put it to the test.

  75. My cell phone – I use it to calendar and keep track of what’s going on in my world.

  76. I subscribe via Bloglines.

  77. My can’t live without organizational tool is my weekly calendar.

  78. Sarah O says:

    I already follow via Google Reader and the weekly email.

  79. Sarah O says:

    Right now my self done meal planner list keeps me on track as far as grocery shopping and planning out our meals to fit the rest of our life.

  80. The combination of my paper planner and an app on my ipod- both help me stay on top of things…. sort of!

  81. I subscribe via google reader.

  82. sticky notes that is why I need this!! ha

  83. I have to make lists to stay organized. Otherwise I’d end up forgetting a lot of things.

  84. I can’t leave home without my calendar (and it keeps getting larger and larger every year…)

  85. I subscribe in Google Reader.

  86. I couldn’t live without my home management notebook. I recently got a mom agenda and it helps too

  87. subscribe via google reader.

  88. Google! Between Gmail, Reader, Calendar, and Docs, I’d be even less organized without it.

  89. I subscribe to RSS via my Google Reader (no surprise there!)

  90. I don’t know if I could survive without my monthly planner!

  91. I’m a subscriber via rss.

  92. I use lists all the time. I tend to like writing them down on paper (except that I hate using paper for things). Lately I’ve downloaded a checklist onto my desktop that I use. The great thing is I can put it on my desktop multiple times so I can have a cleaning list for when my parents are coming to town, a fix-it list of items that my husband needs to finish before they get into town, and others as needed.

  93. Adrianne says:

    Using lists for everything! But also my calendar!

  94. I have been using motivated moms. It keeps my house clean.

  95. Subscribed in my reader!

  96. We use a monthly calendar, on the fridge, and I also type up a weekly excel spreadsheet for the daily tasks. Plus we use lots of sticky notes!

  97. I’m subscribed to Simple Homeschool via email.

  98. Jaclyn F. says:

    I really need help getting organized, but I guess for now the best tool I have is my calendar, I have to keep track of everything so that I don’t double schedule something or forget to submit something on time.

  99. Jaclyn F. says:

    I’ve subscribed to ListPlanIt!

  100. Jaclyn F. says:

    I’m subscribed to Simple Homeschool via email and reader

  101. Though it’s always changing formats as I try to find the best system for me, my planner is what keeps my head above water…as long as I remember to look at it!

  102. my calendar and my budget program keep me the most organized.

  103. I subscribe to Simple Homeschool via email.

  104. I just subscribed to ListPlanIt via email.

  105. I subscribe via email.

  106. I subscribe to Simple Homeschool via email

  107. Remember the Milk and Mvelopes (both online) keep me organized.

  108. Meal Planning would save my life, that sounds really great.

  109. My chore planner (for me, not the kids, although the kids will start helping me with the easier chores soon).
    .-= Melissa D’s last blog: Working- working- working =-.

  110. Subscribed to LPI via email
    .-= Melissa D’s last blog: Working- working- working =-.

  111. My calendar is my most important organization tool. Rather than a traditional style it has a column for each of member of the family so I can see who needs to be somewhere at a glance.

  112. Just subscribed to ListPlanIt via email.

  113. Also a subscriber via email to this feed! :-)
    .-= Melissa D’s last blog: Working- working- working =-.

  114. Oh, I don’t have a really good organizing tip or tool, I need organizational tools BAD! The only thing I do have is a magnetic calendar on my fridge that tracks 5 weeks of appts/important dates at a time.

  115. Making lists helps me stay organized!

  116. I already subscribe to simple homeschool through my google reader!

  117. I am now subscribed to listplanit through google reader.

  118. What great tools. I’d love the meal planning kit, but I’d use all of these goodies.
    Thanks, L.

  119. I subscribe via email. L.

  120. Baskets and bins, in every room, and 1 for each family member…with labels…to corral as much as possible, keep things looking tidy, and help things get put back where they belong.

  121. Brittany says:

    Actually, making lists is most helpful to me….keeping the lists organized is an issue, though. I would love to win this giveaway!

  122. Brittany says:

    I subscribe to Simple Homeschool via email.

  123. Brittany says:

    I now subscribe to ListPlanIt via email.

  124. My planner/calendar/to-do list combo. I definitely have to have everything written down!

  125. I don’t know where I’d be organizationally without my calendar! I use it for everything!

  126. I use Motivated Moms chore charts, and recently I’ve been using the downloadable daily planner that Tsh posted on Simple Mom. Would love a List Plan IT membership — I bought my sister one for her birthday but don’t have one myself!
    .-= Hannah’s last blog: A Few Things =-.

  127. I subscribe to Simple Homeschool in Google Reader.
    .-= Hannah’s last blog: A Few Things =-.

  128. Debra Schramm says:

    I’m working on becoming organized. Right now the only tool I have is a daily planner but I need so much more.

  129. Debra Schramm says:

    I subscribed to the ListPlanIt blog via email. I so need to win this prize.

  130. Oh my gosh….I so need this. I love lists. I love other people doing the thinking for me. Wow!
    .-= Emily’s last blog: Making Friends =-.

  131. I subscribe to SimpleHomeschool via email.
    .-= Emily’s last blog: Making Friends =-.

  132. I follow the ListPlanIt blog now too! What a great resource!
    .-= Emily’s last blog: Making Friends =-.

  133. Johanna says:

    theoretically my “flylady” control journal keeps me more or less organized. But I go through spurts of more or less consistent use. It doesn’t help if I don’t look at it!

  134. my printable menu plans are my favorite org tool
    .-= jeanine’s last blog: this just in =-.

  135. i subscribed to their blog
    .-= jeanine’s last blog: this just in =-.

  136. i subscribe to the simple homeschool
    .-= jeanine’s last blog: this just in =-.

  137. lindsey says:

    definitely my calander

  138. lindsey says:

    i subscribe

  139. Robin Bird says:

    I subscribe via email.

  140. Robin Bird says:

    My four year old daughter keeps me right on track. She always knows where to find shoes, keys and missing parts as well as keeping me from lingering in the morning…”Lets go Mom!”

  141. I subscribed via e-mail.

  142. The PearBudget financial tracking tool keeps my finances organized.

  143. I’m subscribed to the ListPlanIt Blog!

  144. I’m subscribed to simple homeschool!

  145. Danyelle says:

    I have lists in my phone and google documents that guide me but I could definitely use help.

  146. Danyelle says:

    I subscribe via google reader.

  147. Laurie Magee says:

    I use Microsoft Outlook to organize events and keep track of my meal planning. I even keep track of my fertility 😉 on the calendar!

  148. Laurie Magee says:

    I subscribed to the blog for ListPlanIt.

  149. Laurie Magee says:

    I subscribe via RSS feed

  150. Well, so far just my calendar helps to keep me organized… but that doesn’t seem to always meet my needs. So, I need some help!

  151. I subscribed to the List Planit blog

  152. Lists are my favorite organizational tool, my family groans when I pull out a new list LOL!

  153. I subscribe to Simple Homeschool by email!

  154. I stay organzied (as if!) by staying a step ahead. Well, in theroy it works, anyway. I need the trip packing list!
    .-= daffodil lane’s last blog: Fifteen =-.

  155. Bethany says:

    I cannot live without my planner… a huge “catch-all” type of planner that I write everything in, and occasionally forget to look at. :-) Maybe I need a new system???

  156. i subscribe!

  157. I would love the menu planning or time management
    .-= Keilah’s last blog: Kirby- =-.

  158. I subscribe via email
    .-= Keilah’s last blog: Kirby- =-.

  159. My iphone has my life on it- calendars, lists, schedules, notes, phone numbers, etc. I can’t live without it. It is my best organizational tool.

  160. Melodie B says:

    I love my home planner. The thing I use most is a weekly schedule/to-do list.

  161. Melodie B says:

    I subscribe to Simple Homeschool in an RSS reader.

  162. My 1 subject notebook keeps me on top of things. Recipes, lists, directions, appointment dates, etc… EVERYTHING.

  163. I subscribe to Simple Homeschool through my google homepage!

  164. Melodie B says:

    I subscribed to the ListPlan It blog.

  165. I have a binder that I fill with page protectors in which are inserted calendars, menus, daily and weekly routines, and other important information. Printables come in handy for this. I also have a small pocket planner for times when I head out the door and don’t want to haul around the big binder.

  166. I subscribe to the ListPlanIt blog through my google homepage!

  167. Christina P says:

    My pad and paper shopping list together with excel! Before I found the importance of these tools, our grocery bill was terrible.

  168. Appropriately enough….LISTS! So this would be perfect!

  169. I need help! I have not found an organizational system yet that works for me. Maybe this is it? It has to work better than random notebooks and bits of paper stashed all over the house.

  170. Christina P says:

    I subscribe in Google Reader!

  171. Mary Ann says:

    A simple whiteboard and notebook are what I use now, but I am looking for something that works better for us.

  172. The only things that keep me organized are the free downloads from list plan it and my handy dandy fridge calander. I love list plan it…I laminated all my downloads and have them on my fridge. A number of my friends did the same thing. Truly worth it!

  173. I like lists, they help me plan. This looks like a great resource.

  174. I subscribe to List Plan It blog by email

  175. I subscribe to simply homeschool by email

  176. Jaime Snider says:

    I would love the time management ones. How helpful!

  177. Jaime Snider says:

    I’m a subscriber.

  178. Tabatha says:

    The one organizational tool that helps me is my household binder that has some lists from ListPlanIt’s ePlanners among other things.

  179. Tabatha says:

    I’m an email subscriber to Simple Homeschool.

  180. Tabatha says:

    I subscribed to ListPlanIt’s blog. I actually didn’t realize you could subscribe by email! :-)

  181. I like having my binder and calendar!

  182. I suscribe to List it

  183. I subscribe to you!

  184. Lisa Suroviak says:

    I can’t think without my calendar in front of me!!

  185. Shannon says:

    My big Mom Planner calendar keeps me in check most days!

  186. What organizational tool helps me stay on top of life? Evernote . . . because it syncs with my desktop, iPhone, and iPad so that I can access the “current” list anywhere.

  187. I would forget so much if I didn’t have my planner.

  188. Shannon says:

    I subscribe to Simple Homeschool.

  189. I subscribe via feed reader.

  190. My iPhone helps me stay on top of things. I need help with financial management, though.

  191. My master family calendar – I use it for meal planning, appts., etc.

  192. I subscribe via google reader

  193. Right now Google Calendar is hard at work keeping me on track.

  194. My file system is a life saver for keeping track of bills, to do lists, and other things that require my immediate attention.

  195. I subscribed to ListPlanit Blog by email

  196. I’m a subsciber!

  197. I subscribe to SimpleHomeschool via email

  198. And I subscibed to the ListPlanit Blog by email.

  199. Melissa says:

    Boy could I use this one…I’m trying diligently to keep a home/daily organizer binder with menu planners and lists galore, but I need some more help to get really organized!

  200. Lists! and it would be nice to have something to help me make them, instead of random scraps of paper that always seem to disapear!

  201. email

  202. My weekly planner and calendar. Simple. It does a good job most of the time.

  203. I subscribe via email

  204. So far, I mostly use google calendar and weekly family meetings (just started) to try to organize, but I definitely need more tips and tricks.

  205. I am already a big fan of list planit. I use it all the time!

  206. Danielle says:

    I could use this prize because I don’t have many organizational tools, except my husband!

  207. Calendars…I have one in the kitchen and one in my purse and one in my office. They all keep track of different things.

  208. I am a subscriber to Simple Homeschool.

  209. I am a subscriber to Simple Homeschool.
    .-= Michelle’s last blog: Wordless Wednesday- Real Food Weight Loss =-.

  210. I have subscribed to ListPlanIt’s blog.
    .-= Michelle’s last blog: Wordless Wednesday- Real Food Weight Loss =-.

  211. I have “systems” throughout our home: The current month’s page from a desk calendar on the top portion of our refrigerator, a list beside it for the grocery store (jot down things as use them up), a pocket size datebook/calendar, and a spiral notebook for notes, to do lists, and more.
    .-= Michelle’s last blog: Wordless Wednesday- Real Food Weight Loss =-.

  212. My day planner!
    sylviarj at yahoo dot com

  213. Adrienne says:

    My dry erase board that I have on the refrigerator. I make my lists at night and check them off as we go through the next day! If I don’t get something done, it just stays on the board for the following day.

  214. Adrienne says:

    I subscribed to the ListPlanIt blog.

  215. Adrienne says:

    I subscribe via google reader.

  216. Julia Reed says:

    I’m subscribed via Google Reader

  217. email and notes to myself!

  218. I am subscribed via Google Reader. Thanks for the giveaway!

  219. My notebook, where I make my lists.
    .-= Marci’s last blog: A Quiet Ride Home =-.

  220. I’m a subscriber.

  221. I leave post it notes for myself and lists everywhere!!! I have been wanting to use this tool forever though! Thanks for the chance!

  222. I subscribed!

  223. Just the old-school calendar method. ;o)

  224. taking care of the mail the minute it comes in the house. and really, simplifying our household by getting rid of stuff to live a more simple life!

  225. Subscribed to listplanit blog.

  226. Google Calendar helps me stay organized, and I subscribe to my husband’s calendar to keep up with his work travel schedule.
    .-= Nicole’s last blog: =-.

  227. Subscribed to simple homeschool

  228. A daily calendar/monthly calendar are the tools which help me to keep everything semi-organized. At the moment, I don’t have one that I use in particular so this would be ideal to win. Thanks!

  229. Jeanette says:

    I have a giant wall planner in my kitchen that has my monthly schedule with items color coded by child or type of activity. It also has a magnetic board and a cork board. I love it, it’s in a central location and near the door I leave from so I can see it when I am walking out and make sure I am not forgetting anything!

  230. Jeanette says:

    subscribed to Listplanit blog! Thanks!

  231. My trusty old calendar.

  232. My iphone! It links me with my outlook calendar, email, everything!!

  233. Microsoft Outlook calendar!

  234. Subscribed via email.
    .-= Tiffani’s last blog: A summer devotional challenge for homeschool moms =-.

  235. I subscribe by email.

  236. I cannot do without a to-do list!

  237. For my husband and me, it’s our calendars – mine in my kitchen, his on his laptop. We take time to combine important events that we both need to be aware of.
    .-= Jamie’s last blog: Tonight =-.

  238. I subscribe with google reader.
    .-= Jamie’s last blog: Tonight =-.

  239. My iPhone (when I use it correctly) helps me stay on top of things in my life.

  240. I subscribe to Simple HomeSchool via Google Reader.

  241. I subscribe to List PlanIt’s blog via Google Reader.

  242. susan riedel says:

    I use my calendar religiously. I follow you with a daily email sent to me.

  243. Heather says:

    I’m not very organized, but I have to make lists to get anything done.

  244. Christine says:

    the daily docket download

  245. Christine says:

    I subscribe to SH by e-mail.

  246. My household notebook helps me a lot!

  247. I subscribe to simplehomeschool via email

  248. I constantly make notes to myself. Post-its and I are dear friends…

  249. a large squared calendar for sure!

  250. I already subscribe to simple homeschool.

  251. Making lists sometimes helps me be organized, but I’m not too regular about it. This would help.

  252. I wish I had an organizing tool to stay on top of life….but that is why I need listplanit!

  253. I subscribe to simple homeschool in a reader.

  254. I use Simple Mom’s Daily Docket when I need to organize my time. I use my timer to stay focused on one task at a time.

  255. I subscribed to the ListPlanIt blog.

  256. I subscribed to the List Plan It blog

  257. I already subscribe to simple homeschool! :)
    .-= Laurie’s last blog: Updates this weekend =-.

  258. My day planner helps me out the most right now. We’ve got 7 therapy visits to the house a week, and without that to write down the dates and times (that constantly change!), I’d be lost.
    .-= Laurie’s last blog: Updates this weekend =-.

  259. To-do lists!! They help me stay on track!

  260. My good, old-fashioned to-do list is the only thing I have that keeps me organized.

    Thanks for the opportunity!

  261. I subscribe to Simple Homeschool

  262. StreuselMama says:

    My calendar and old-fashioned to do list are the things that keep our chaos to a manageable level. Thanks for this giveaway!

  263. StreuselMama says:

    I subscribe via google reader.

  264. Mary Beth says:

    I love Tsh’s daily docket. LOVE IT.

  265. Mary Beth says:

    I subscribed via email.

  266. My planner helps me stay (somewhat) organized.