My kid's are getting bigger. But not big enough that I can ditch a large bag. I like the idea of having a bag that's sturdy enough to carry around water bottles, iPads and snacks. I also want a bag that's going to be durable enough to withstand bags of moldy cheese that I forgot at the bottom with the leaky Nalgene bottle. Sorry sister. But this momma won't be toting a Louis Vuitton...at least not until my kids can lug around their own shit.
At first I thought these we're really ugly bags. Especially when all the college kids we're buying these back in the day to look cool for school. But now I like the option of styling my own messenger bag. Their website has several fabrics to choose from. So you can design yours to be a little less sporty- and more girly- if you choose. The size small would be perfect. Not too big, but big enough.
Mom Calendars- not to be confused with the mom jeans- are actually chic and functional. I found a few online that are purchase worthy. What do you think? What do you look for in a mom calendar? And why the heck can I not get away from a paper planner?
Greenroom Planners are beautiful and cheap! Plus, they're easily found at your local Target store- for around $8! Niiiiiccceee.
My favorite calendars to give and receive are of the photo variety. I use the good- the bad- and the ugly photos from throughout the year. Shutterfly has a coupon code for up to 40% off. Use code "HOLIDAY" at checkout.
For those who like FREE, here are some planning printables offered by Mommytracked.
The SPLURGE. These Erin Condrin customizable planners run for $60 a piece through Tinyprints.
Thank you readers, moms who drink, and fans who have sent me e-mails in the past few months wondering where the heck I have been! I really never had imagined that there would be so many slightly off, yet like minded people who shared the same sarcastic sense of humor as me.
Months ago I decided that I really needed to distance myself from the Internets and enjoy my present real time life. A break from my blog was just one aspect that helped me get back to my real, sarcastic self. Even though I put a pause on new posts I really enjoyed the e-mails I received from new readers regarding my past posts. Well, except the hate mails regarding Yo Gabba Gabba. I had no idea so many adults were obsessed with the show. You are seriously, creepy.
The weather is getting colder in my neck of the woods and while my children are busy possibly deleting my apps off of my ipad it's a perfect time to blog.
Why not start the New Years off right and try elevating your organizational skills! Here are a few awesome FREE printables to get you started! Print on card-stock and laminate! Or, if you're the type to go above and beyond get it printed on dry erase board! Enjoy!