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:

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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 Random.org 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.

Comments

  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. katie anaya says:

    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. Kim says:

    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. Wendy says:

    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. Sara says:

    My MomAgenda day planner helps me stay organized!

  14. Sara says:

    I subscribe via google reader

  15. Kami says:

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

  16. Kami says:

    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. emily hope says:

    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. emily hope says:

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

  20. emily hope says:

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

  21. PeachRainbow says:

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

  22. PeachRainbow says:

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

  23. PeachRainbow says:

    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. Sarah says:

    I love my momAgenda planner!

  30. Karyn says:

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

  31. Karyn says:

    I subscribe!

  32. bryssy says:

    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. bryssy says:

    I subscribe in Google Reader!

  34. Emily says:

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

  35. gina says:

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

  36. gina says:

    I am an email subscriber to your blog.

  37. Kristina says:

    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!

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  38. Kristina says:

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

  39. Kristina says:

    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. Rae says:

    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. Rae says:

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

  45. Larisa says:

    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. Sara says:

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