Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Organize Your Life Organizer Review

My Friends Jayne and Val over at Guilt Free Business Mother's have put together some lovely words to describe our Organize Your Life e- Organizer. If their words ring true with you, come visit our website and see what we are all about and how we Organize Your Life may be able to help you.

"Are you a list maker with great ideas about things you need to do?
I am. Trouble was, I would write the lists on bits of paper then forget where I'd 'filed' them. Now that's OK if it's the shopping list. But when the lists cover things you might only think about once a year, what then? Great ideas are often lost forever.
I do have a goal book. But my contact list wasn't easy to update. There were also some things about my husband (clothing sizes, preferences) that I would never seem to remember.
But Claire McFee, one of our favourite GFBM Collective experts, is helping me overcome all that with her oh-so-comprehensive Organize Your Life planning system.
Her e-organisers help you keep track of family, money, home and self. And it's that 'self' part that I wanted to mention today.

When I first started using it, I couldn't believe how comprehensive it way. Right down to listing what you want at your funeral! How sensible is that? And what a load it would take off your loved-ones! If you could do with a really comprehensive system, check out Organize Your Life.

Claire has been offering this system for a decade now so it's well tested. And the best thing for me is her advice: you don't have to do it all at once--but at least you know where to find it all and keep building on it!"

Thanks Gals. :)

Till next Time. Happy organizing.

Claire McFee
Author Organize Your Life


furygirl3132 said...

Anything to help me organize my life is a good thing! I am a new follower via FFF at the Mom Bloggers Club, so glad to have found your blog. Hope you have a wonderful week!


Kristl said...

Hello! Just found your blog from the FFF group! From one organized mom to another...good job! I'm a firm believer that half the battle to saving money is being organized & planning ahead!