September 9, 2008 @ 12:56 pm | Filed under: Day Planners
Have you all bought your planners already? If not, you may be in luck…
Here is my 2006 review of the BusyBodyBook, a day planner for moms. The format, which you can view in the image below, is a grid which lists Monday through Sunday going down the page, and then there are five blank columns for you to fill in with family members’ names (or whatever you like). It’s a clever way to keep track of what each member of the family has going on every day.
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The lefthand page is blank for notes. The calendar runs from August ’08 through September ’09. Here are this year’s covers:
Special features include perforated shopping lists (very cool), pockets inside the front and back covers, a bookmark, and month-at-a-glance pages.
The publisher also offers the grid in a large fridge pad format and a wall calendar.
Now for the fun part! The kind folks at BusyBodyBook have sent me one of this year’s planners to offer as a gift for one of my readers. If you’d like to enter the drawing, leave a comment on this post. I’ll draw a name on Saturday at 9am Pacific time.
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