I wanted to pass on a few sites I have found to be helpful. I ran across a web-based "refrigerator." It has a refrigerator door look to the site. You can add to-do lists, grocery lists, contacts, emergency numbers, photos and more on the site. It is found at http://www.yadahome.com/. I have not spent much time on it but thought I would pass it on to you.
I also receive updates from http://www.organizedhome.com/. This site has cleaning and organizational tips for your home. They recently posted their Cleaning Grand Plan on the site. It breaks the house down room by room and give tips on how to "Spring Clean" the house. It motivates you to thoroughly clean an area of your home a little at a time. I have not read all of the articles but it looks pretty good.
Monday, January 26, 2009
Here is a start of a Price Book. As we gather more information it will be updated. You can use the following link to view the price book. http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=pcAo0kql85yCpfbhQETkAfw You can use the same link at any time and you will always receive the most updated information. We have a long way to go but, I think this will be really helpful once it is finished. We hope to add Kroger, Meijer and Wal-Mart into the price book.
Friday, January 16, 2009
Hey, I was reading through some of my emails and I read an advertisement for Sam's Club. If you sign up as a new member by January 21st you will receive a $25 gift card for Sam's! That is only like paying $15 for your membership! I just thought I would pass it on.
Wednesday, January 7, 2009
I was watching a little Good Morning America this morning because I was waiting to see the news so I could understand why my kids had no school. Anyways, they had a woman named Teri Gault on the show. They call her the Queen of Cheap. She authored a book called Shop Smart, Save More. You can read a short excerpt from her book on the ABC website. Here is the link to the article. http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/JustOneThing/Story?id=6573895&page=1 The book looks good from what I read so far. Enjoy!
Hey, I just wanted to pass this on to you. I get emails from www.mommysavers.com and they have started a free program to get your New Year started right. They have little assignments each week to complete. It started January 1st but it is not too late to start. I was reading through it a little and she mentioned something about making a price book in the third week. I know we talked about making one so this sounds like it would be great to be involved in. Click on the link to get the info. You have to be a member of the mommysavers site but, that is free. I am excited! Is anyone with me?