I hope you all have a happy and safe Halloween!
Remember to be patient with all of your little trick-or-treaters, every kid is different!
I have compiled a list of FREE Apple Apps for productivity that I, myself use.
Bills and Account Manager
created by Manilla LLC
This app makes it easy to keep track of your bills and payments as well as your bank account.
Some features the app advertises:
-Supports more than 3,000 account providers.
– Sends a text or Email when bills are due.
– Free online document storage
-Print, download and email.
Compatible with iOS 5.1 or later on iPhones, IPads and IPod touches.
Errands To-Do List
Created by Yoctoville
Keep all of your errands, grocery and to-do list in one place.
Compatible with iOS 4.0 or later on IPhone, IPad and IPod touch.
My personal Favorite:
Cozi Family Calendar
created by Cozi
This app allows you to create a family account, password protected and color-coded by family member.
It has a calendar, family journal, shopping list and to-do list.
It’s completely customizable!!!
Here’s ours 🙂
A few others that I use frequently are:
Betty Crocker cook book- for easy recipes.
Similac Baby Journal: to keep track of my child’s growth, feeding and sleeping.
Card Mobili: it keeps all of my customer cards in one place (Sams Club, Kroger, Speedy Rewards, etc…)
I use old baby wipes boxes for many things. I store Jameson’s socks in one, in his dresser drawer, I also use them in the bathroom to store q-tips, cotton balls and other small products such as lotions, medicines, etc…and in the kitchen for Kool-aid packets!
I don’t really have steps for this project as it’s pretty self-explanatory.
I kept the boxes that didn’t have Winnie the Pooh on them, as is and covered the others with snowflake wrapping paper. I then stacked 2 rows of 3 on my shelves after filling them with things.
This project is more so for the moms or daughters who need to store their make-up brushes. Although, it’s also a great way to store tooth brushes as well!!! Since I don’t have a category for this, I’ll be posting it here on the main page.
You can use any old can (formula, coffee, etc…) but since I have an infant, I have an over abundance of Similac cans.
Step 1: Peel the Wrapper off of the can and rinse it out.
My name is Sarrah and I’m a 21 year old mother, student and employee. I created this blog to help other moms (and dads) to *try* to stay organized on a low budget by using items you already have in your home and have no use for!
I have a very rambunctious little boy who was born December of 2011 and 2 step-children, ages 4 and 6, being organized is a necessity to keep them entertained and clean.
This main page will display random tid-bits and upcoming projects. I’ll have pages set-up for each room of the house with projects listed that will help that space reach it’s full potential. Hopefully that will make it easier for you, the readers.