Organizing Life as MOM – What’s in It for YOU

A couple weeks ago I shared with you my new baby. It was a project I’d been working steadily on for the month of October, and one that I had been planning and thinking about for the last year or so.

A household notebook manual, designed just for moms like you and me.

Organizing Life as MOM

This 125 page book provides a game plan for your life as wife, mother, and homemaker.

Not only is it full of ideas and inspiration to help you get your act together, but 90+ printable pages are designed to help you make a household notebook that fits you, your life, your family.

The thing that sets this book apart from others (besides being 125 pages long!) is that 80+ pages have fillable fields. That means you can click on a form and type in your priorities, your cleaning tasks, your meal plans and then save locally or print. Bind the pages in a household notebook, slip them in a binder, hang them on a clipboard — make them work for you.

Thank you!

Thank you to those of you who snatched it up immediately. How fun to see that this book is filling a need. And an extra special thank you to those who wrote with download questions. SO glad we were able to work out those fine details. Computers can be tricky!

What’s Inside

If you purchased the book, or are thinking of doing so, I wanted to give you a brief, but detailed run-down of what this book can provide you. If you’re a proud owner of the book, you may not be aware yet of all that it can do. An asterisk (*) denotes a worksheet with fillable fields.

  • 4 worksheets/planning pages for goal setting*
  • 3 different monthly calendars for the rest of 2010 and all of 2011: a month on 2 pages*, a month per page vertical*, a month per page horizontal.
  • 2 different weekly calendars: both horizontal and vertical formats
  • Year at a Glance and Dates to Remember* pages
  • 3 Daily To Do lists: 2 contain fillable fields
  • 6 different meal planning worksheets: 4 of which contain fillable fields
  • Morning and Evening High Five Sheets that you can edit on the computer: click around for the blanks to fill in.
  • 3 Weekly Cleaning Checklists*
  • 4 Contact Forms*: including Sports, Medical, School, and other
  • 2 Budget Worksheets
  • Accounts Payable Page*
  • 5 Holiday Planning Pages

View this 15 page sample of *Organizing Life as MOM* for a little sneak peak.

Organizing Life as MOM 2013-2014
198 pages of inspiration and planning pages to help you get your act together. Includes 130 printable planning worksheets and calendar pages.
Price: $9.00

For more details and testimonials, visit the sales page.

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Comments

  1. Hi I was wondering if there is another way to pay for it other than paypal?

  2. I just bought it! I’m nervous that it will be too overwhelming (I’ve just gotten into a groove with my 3 under 3) or not work for me but I have yet to find something that works (right now I madly scribble notes to myself on scrap pieces all over the fridge!) so I’m willing to give it a go! You are so inspiring to me!

  3. Jennifer Ott says:

    Thanks for the ebook! I have been using it already. I wasn’t sure I should order it, thinking I could make my own forms, but it’s far better to actually use something than not! For the mom with 3 under 3 (been there…heading to #4 any day now!), try it!

  4. I see that this eBook was available for 2010, is it something that is formatted that would be functional for 2014? Can it be downloaded on a laptop (for printing) AND a Kindle (for Reading)?

    • The original ebook was published in 2010. In 2011 it was redesigned. Each year more pages are added and the calendars are updated. You can read the pdf on kindle and print from laptop. Hope this helps. Thanks for your interest.

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