Giveaway – Busy Body Book (Ends 9/9 at 12:01 AM EST)

About BusyBodyBook:

BusyBodyBook Weekly GRID planners are every person’s go-to time management tool for controlling the chaos of their family’s multiple and hectic schedules. BusyBodyBook personal and family calendars provide individual family members with their own personal column to organize, easily view and follow their schedules and activities – and the ability to coordinate with each other ‘side by side’.

What we think of the BusyBodyBook:

We LOVE our BusyBodyBook. With six people in the household with different schedules and reminders, our BusyBodyBook keeps us on track with everything. We have one BusyBodyBook that has a column for each person in our house so we can keep track of our appointments, assignments, and activities. We also use another BusyBodyBook for our business and use each column for a different area (phone calls to make, posts to do, appointments, etc.).

Because you can choose whether you want the BusyBodyBook to cover the academic year or the calendar year, you can choose one that best fits your needs. We also like the fact that there are a variety of designs so that anyone would love having a BusyBodyBook to keep them more organized with their time! We definitely recommend the BusyBodyBook to use on a personal or professional level.

How to purchase the BusyBodyBook:

Visit BusyBodyBook to view the different designs they have available. You can also print out some FREE weekly grid pages to try out how it would be like to use the BusyBodyBook before making your purchase (or while waiting for your purchase to arrive).

Enter to win this prize:

The winner of this giveaway will receive a BusyBodyBook in the Cherry design. It is from August 2011 to August 2012 ($17.95 value).

Enter to win:

Disclosure: ParentSphere provided us with the giveaway prize (from the 2011 Midwest Moms Media Brands and Bloggers Summit). All opinions are our own honest opinions.

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  1. Nicole Mezquita says

    I would use the Busy Body Book to keep track of my school, my kids school and my work schedules all in one place.

  2. Laurie Adams says

    I would use the busy book to track my kids school schedule, after school activities, my husbands work schedule, the days I have extra kids in the house, our dinner menu, and more. Thank you for this opportunity to organize.

  3. kristen fritsche says

    I would use the busy body book to keep track of my kids’ schedules and all the timelines and appointments that go along with being a foster mom. 🙂

  4. Nicole says

    I would use it to keep things like my medications and doctors visits straight as well as fun activities and birthdays 🙂

  5. Patricia N says

    I could use this to keep up with my chidren’s schedules, and my work appointments and home stuff.
    PMNSL95 at triad dot rr dot com

  6. mary fallon says

    i actually keep logs of many things, but one is the contests and giveaways that i enter and books that i read so i can write a note or sentence or two about it to the author or the blog i got it from!
    books keep me more organized!

  7. Penny W says

    I would use the Busy Body Book to keep playdates, doctors appointments and travel plans organized! Thanks for the opportunity!

    pkbw28 at gmail dot com

  8. Diana R. says

    I’d love this to keep all of my family’s crazy activities in order – and at a place where I can see what’s going on!

  9. crystal faulk says

    I would use the BusyBodyBook to keep our homeschool, sports, and family schedules for our family of five straight. :o)

  10. says

    I would use this Busy Body Book to organize kids’ appointments, mom/dad appointments, my husband school/work schedule (because I know he sure as heck doesn’t do it, lol). It looks like a great tool to bring some organization into my family. 🙂
    jaxw1208 at gmail dot com

  11. Laura Emerson says

    I would use it to help keep track of where everyone is supposed to be at a certain time. With school and after school activities is seems as if someone is always supposed to be somewhere but always different places.

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