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Homeschool Moms Giveaways & Freebies Linky Party – Week 8

Welcome to Week 8 of the Giveaways & Freebies Linky party!  We’ve been having so much fun these last few weeks with some amazing giveaways!  Thank you to all of the sponsors so far! If you’re new here:  We are hosting one giveaway each Monday that is put together especially for homeschooling families!   We’ll have pampering items, curriculum, e-books, print books and more!  After the giveaway, we’re  featuring a spot where other bloggers can share a link to their own giveaways that they’re hosting on their own blogs.  It’ll be fun!  It’s a great place to come where you can enter several giveaways for homeschoolers AND get some freebies for homeschoolers all at once.  Plus, it’s an easy way to get to know some new products and try them out for yourself.

This Week’s Giveaway is Hosted by Mystie Winckler, Author of Paperless Home Organization!

Mystie also wrote the guest post below:

ubiquitous capture for moms Do you have a smartphone, a tablet, a laptop, or an iPod Touch? Do you wish you could use it more effectively? These devices hold out the promise of being an all-in-one organizational tool, but using them to their full potential instead of duplicating places we keep information is a daunting task. With a small, portable piece of technology, we can keep as much information as we want in our pocket! No matter where we are, we can keep an up-to-date calendar, task list, notes and lists and files, menu plan, grocery and shopping lists, an address & phone book – and all that without an internet connection or data plan. Besides the size factor, it is the search feature that really makes digital information so much more useful. Being able to search inside every document, address book contacts, and calendar is the biggest boon of the digital age. Flipping through a binder or file folder or pile, wondering just what you did with that note you are sure you made? A thing of the past. I also use my iPod Touch (I don’t have a smartphone or a data plan, just a smart-iPod) as a timer (15 minutes of decluttering! Go!), alarm (3pm afternoon chore time, everyone), weight-tracker, reader (with the Kindle and Instapaper apps), and audio book supply for the car. I love being able to track whatever I want, list whatever I want, and look up whatever I want, just on my little iPod in my pocket. Plus, I always have waiting-room or car-ride reading & listening materials at hand. paperless organization digital home management Paperless Home Organization is my own instruction booklet for moving the household management notebook into the current decade, utilizing technology to work for our unique, diversified, and very personal roles. In addition to step-by-step instructions for setting up a home management system on Evernote, there are also detailed instructions in this ebook for customizing the application for blogging and homeschooling, since those are also two areas requiring lots of organization in my own life. Along the way I have not only tips for using these programs to their full ability, but also tips on getting and keeping organized that apply regardless of what form your organization takes. For those who don’t want to wait until the end of the giveaway to get started on organizing more effectively, you can use the discount code survival to get $1 off the already-low price of $3.99. This code will work for both Paperless Home Organization and GTD for Homemakers.





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  1. I have so many notes flying around the house that I often times can’t find them!

  2. We live in a very small 2 bedroom apartment with our 2 children. We just don’t have the room to hang on to a lot of papers. Paperless organization would help me out a lot!

  3. Thanks Sarah!!

    Love your post and looking fwd to visiting the others who’ve linked as well…
    I hope you get to come by and enter to win a LR hair clip!

  4. I would be interested to see how this would work for me. Right now I really love my paper and pencil lists but I would love to try something new.

  5. I would LOVE to go paperless. I find myself bouncing back and forth between digital and paper-based, and can never find a good solution that really works for me. Some guidance would be super helpful. Thanks for running the giveaway!

  6. So cool! Thanks!

  7. When I had a Blackberry, I found it easy to set up alarms and calendar items. Not so much with my Android phone. So I went back to a paper planner. But I often wish my phone would just do what I need it to do.

  8. Kathleen P. says:

    I am always in search of ways to reduce clutter. This will help me.

  9. This would help me in putting everything in one place and giving more access to the other adults in my family.

  10. Teresa Manucy says:

    I have been paperwork challenged since college. Please help!

  11. I’d love to try out Paperless Home Organization because we have lots of paper stuffs everywhere (homeschooling, blogging, home businesses, etc) and a very small house. I’m moving the paperless direction, but need some good resources!

  12. Judith Martinez says:

    i have a bunch of electronic organization resources and I have no idea how to utilize them well.

  13. I can’t wait to get rid of all my paper clutter! I tried to buy this and it’s listed at $4.99 and the code is invalid…. any ideas?

  14. this would help so much since we are often on the go but I always have my phone with me!

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