UPDATE: The giveaway is closed
The Winner is: Kary
Welcome to Week 3 of Stockpiling Moms Get Organized! Hi, my name is Lisa Woodruff and I blog over at Organize365. I am a professional organizer, author and speaker. Check out Lisa’s professional organization services and how you can become a professional organizer too!
This week we are going to talk about errand day. As Stockpiling Moms, you have already tackled the delicate balance of stopping at multiple stores to SCORE great deals in the least amount of time.
Now I want to help you streamline that process even more, and apply it to ALL the errands you run each week.
I love to maximize my time. And maximizing errand day gives me great joy!
I have posted all about how I maximize errand day in these posts….
but for Stockpiling moms, you have an extra challenge…
how to organize all those store loyalty and reward cards. 🙂
Melissa spotted this card cubby in my catalog right away and said, “Our readers will LOVE this!”
I use my card cubby to keep track of all my networking referral partner’s business cards.
I love the ABC divider tabs. It makes it so easy to find gift cards and loyalty cards in a snap!
In January Clever Container is offering this WHOLE filing system FREE with any $50 order.
Order on my website and your order will ship straight to your door!
Go ahead and order. If you are the winner of the card cubby and you already bought one, I will send you a check for a full refund!
I am giving away one card cubby this weekend!
This giveaway is open for US residents ages 18+. It ends on 1/21/13 at 9 am ET.
Prize Giveaway: one card cubby, Value $26!
To enter: Tell us what color tote would look best on your kitchen counter red, pink or black.
Tweet: Enter to win a card cubby #giveaway from @organize365 at @stockpilingmoms http://bit.ly/13KmoOV
Lisa Woodruff is a professional organizer, author and speaker. Over the past 15 years Lisa has created systems and encouraged hundreds of women as they have organized their time, home and businesses.
Lisa’s latest book, 10 Steps to Organized Paper, is a step by step tutorial to help busy women organize EVERY paper in their homes. Lisa’s unique classifications of paper into: active, reference and daily paper is revolutionizing how women manage their paper.