Organize Your Life as MOM! New Year’s Sale

Hey folks!

It’s organizing time. Out with the old, in with the new, and all that jazz. I love this time of year! It’s like a big beautiful Do Over! Over the next week we’re going to be talking about big dreams and plans as well as how to organize a little better in the new year.

Many of you commented on my recent survey that you struggle the most with clutter and organization. Time management was a close second. I hear ya, sister! Right there with ya, actually.

Some of the ways that I’ve tackled those two areas are encapsulated in two of my most popular ebooks: Organizing Life as MOM and the Summer Survival Guide. For the next week, I’m offering a $2 coupon good for either of these books. Coupon is good on purchases of $8 or more.

Just use the coupon code: NEWYOU when you make your purchase in order to get the discount.

This coupon code will expire at 8 pm PST on January 8, 2012.

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  1. Hey Jessica, the coupon code didn’t work for me…when I went into paypal and clicked pay it still charged $9. Can you help me out? Thanks!

    • Jessica Fisher says:

      The coupon code only works in the estore’s shopping cart. In other words, it’s not a paypal coupon. I sent you a refund for $2. Thanks for your purchase!

  2. Jessica,

    Are your forms in the OLAM book editable? Meaning, once I download them, can I change them in my computer or are they all PDFs?

    • Jessica Fisher says:

      They are fillable pdfs, meaning that many of the fields are structured in a way that you can type into them. While you can’t change a field that I’ve typed into as part of the design, I’ve often included a blank form so that you can make it more your own. Hope that makes sense.

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