Organizing Clothes

October 28, 2010 by  
Filed under Blog, Closets, Family & Friends, How To Organize

Winter is coming!!  The “Changing of the Clothes”

plastic bins in store

Do you dread the “changing of the clothes” as much as I do? Getting out the winter clothes and putting away the summer?
I do not look forward to it. In fact, so far this season I have not done it.  I always leave a few warming things in their drawers for the summer, so they aren’t wearing shorts on a 60 degree day)

We do use the “hand me downs”.  How could we not?  The older two have clothes that I have saved (that they liked… we didn’t save everything) for the younger boys.   Since we only have the one girl, we tend to either have one of a couple people give us clothes for her, shop in the resale shops or buy new. (Oh darn….how I hate to buy girls clothes.. Not!!)

Here are the tips that I used in the spring of 2009 when I did a post on transferring clothes from summer to winter.

7 Easy Steps to Transferring The Clothes

1) Get your supplies ready. White (donate) and black (trash) trash bags, sharpie
marker, labels (sticky address labels work great, bins (clear are best).

2) Get out the winter clothes from storage.

3) Start in the kids rooms and pull out one drawer at a time. Determine with each
piece
* Will it fit someone in the family in the future? (If not dontate)
* Is it in any condition to save? (If not then throw away, don’t donate clothes
that are torn, stained or are better for rags)
* Will the next child wear it? Was it worn at all this season? (Do they like it?)

4) Make piles.
* Save for next year
* Donate (white bag)
* Trash (black bag)

5) Go through the new season clothes and do the same thing as you put them away in
the kids drawers. Make sure they will fit your child this year and it is
something they will wear.

6) I prefer you use clear bins. Get ones that fit your space to store and latch closed. They will go from season to season.  Now for really long clothing storage, you might want to look into another form (but I don’t suggest long term clothing store of any one item …usually)

7)) Take the bins you have for next year and be sure to label them.
Put sex, season and size on each label. For instance, Boy – Summer  - Size 10

7) Donate can be taken to friends who can use them, sold at a garage sale or resale
shop or taken to a facility such as Good Will.

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Dymo 450 Twin Turbo LabelWriter Review

October 27, 2010 by  
Filed under Blog, Offices, Products for Organizing, Reviews & Giveaways

Lot’s of Mail and Shipping? Then you might want to pay attention

dymo twin labelerThis convenient gadget – The Dymo 450 Twin Turbo LabelWriter or cool twin labeler for short – can print out your postage, mailing labels, and any other labels you want to make. Like name badges or labels for storage containers.

dymo twin 1Here is what came with it. There are also the cords that plug into the labeler. One goes from the labeler to the computer and the other one plug into power.  I have to admit that I wish there was an on and off switch on the unit. I have to bend way back and down to plug it into my power strip and its a bit of a pain.

The lights turn blue and blink – the little pearly button under where the label comes out. I thought at first that was the power off switch, so I pushed it and a blank label popped out.

dymo twin screenI loaded the CD disc into my computer and downloaded the software. It wasn’t hard. Believe me.. when it comes to anything techie..I’ll be the one to mess it up. So if I say it is easy…you can believe me.

After it is loaded.. I just double clicked (I have a Mac) on the icon on the sidebar and it came to this page.  You pick which way you want to format your label by picking which one you like. Write in what you want…. here I wrote ” Organize with Sandy”.  Then you hit the “Print” button in the bottom right hand corner.. and wa -la..

dymo twin labelerSimple as that. It really is simple.  You can get different size labels. You can see how wide of one you can get from the size of the slot.

For the postage from what I read you have to download it …but be sure to use the Dymo postage because it is free. The other one is not. But I have not done the postage download myself..

To be honest, as cool as this is – I’m not sure how much I will use it.  The main postage I use is for sending out my products. I just use the Paypal labels. It is set up… pulls the money out of my paypal account – and prints.

I don’t have to go load up my Dymo account for postage.

But if you do a lot of shipping or other things that you would use a desk labeler frequently… I think this could be great! It is a nice size – it looks really slick….it isn’t noisy and it works really cool. It cost

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Organizing: Stay in your Target Zone!

October 26, 2010 by  
Filed under Blog, How To Organize, Time Managment

What does it mean to Stay in your Target Zone?

When you are organizing a room, a space or even a junk drawer – your “Target Zone” is that area you are organizing.

Everytime you walk out of that space – you are taking a chance of not walking back into it! Why?  Sometimes because being in that space you are organizing is very overwhelming. If you walk away from it, then you are taking the chance that you will talk yourself into not going back in!

But what will more than likely happen is that you will walk into another room and see things in that room that need to be taken care of.  Usually when you have psyched yourself into finally tackling your clutter problem…then you are gun ho to get moving…and you will look at everything in your home with a different eye.  Believe me…. it happens!

The other big reason is because you lose valuable time running each and every item to the room it goes to.  Instead of taking 2-4 minutes to run each item down to the basement or out to the garage – just set that item into the pile where it belongs.  It might be in the black trash bag, or the white donate bag.  Maybe it is an item that you are going to store, or it may be an item that just needs to be moved to another room.  But by putting it in the pile, you will save that time. Then at the end you use a 1/2 hour and take it all and put it where it goes.  This is a good time to utilize your family to help you get all the things where they should go.


I have another post about Staying in Your Target
Zone
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You will be amazed at how this simple step can help to keep your focused on the project at hand.

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Organizing: How to Get Started

October 19, 2010 by  
Filed under Blog, How To Organize, Time Managment

Getting Started can be the Hard part of Organizing!

But this is actually the 3rd step in my process to Organize a space. The first step is to Visualize and Plan out your space. Then your next step is to know how to sort and make your sorting cards.
Now you are ready to actually walk into that room and tackle the clutter. This is the scary step. I know… you look at that pile of stuff and think…”There is No Way!!”. But guess what? “Way!”. You can do it!
Just little by little. If you try to jump in and don’t have a plan or know what you are going to do with things… .then you might have more of a problem.  Don’t forget that when you start working on one room… you can cause a bit of a “domino effect” and have some mess build up in another room that you are moving things too.  Don’t let that stop you. It is just a part of the process and once you have one room under way or finished… you will get inspired to keep going. It will just feel so good to have your space back again.
Hopefully my video will give you a little guideline to go on too. But if you have the Sorting process down, then the rest of it is just going through each item. Just pick up that first item…and start.

Here is another post I did awhile ago on Getting Started to Organize . You might see some things there that I didn’t mention in the video that might help you.

Please let me know if you have questions.  I will do my best to help you answer them… just leave them in the comments, or you can contact me via contact form to ask me.

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Neatnix Stuff Bucket Organizer Review

October 18, 2010 by  
Filed under Blog, Products for Organizing, Reviews & Giveaways

Congrats to Michelle H. #289 with Random.org

Organize all those “little” things in a cute organizer by Neatnix

Neatnix OrganzierI was asked to review one of these Neatnix organizers and I was just all excited about which one and which color to pick! There were several different styles with a variety of fabric colors to pick from. I picked this one the Medium Stuff Bucket. It comes in round or square designs.
Here are the details – There are 19 pockets on the outside (some pink and some brown).. 7 pockets on the inside. It is 8 inches high and made from a nice heavy duty nylon Cordura like material. You can almost see the kind of fabric it is in the picture… that stiff study kind.
This could be used in SO many places. I initially think of scrap booking and taking your supplies to a crop using the handle to carry with. But since I am not currently scrap booking I decided to use mine in my bathroom.
stuff bucket by neatnixI am not putting all my supplies in here. I just put my daily routine in it. It is cute.. makes finding what I use daily extremely easy…. it is cute… I can find what I need and …oh yes… it is cute! LOL
Neatnix has many different organizing products to look at. You need to check out their site… I realized as I was getting this post together that I had been given one of their “Stuff Tool Box” carriers at Type A Mom Conference by Kadi Prescott filled with all kinds of goodies.

To ENTER:

Go to Neatnix.com and tell me which stuff bucket you would pick if you won. **Be sure to come back here and leave me your answer in your comment. Your e-mail has to either in your comment or on your profile.

FOR EXTRA CHANCES TO WIN:

**Each of these HAS to have a separate comment to win. The winner is picked using Random.org. It just goes the number of comments….not by what you say.
1) Subscribe to my Organize with Sandy blog This is for 5 chances to win! (use 5 separate comments)
2) Subscribe to my Chat with Sandy blog This is for 5 chances to win! (use 5 separate comments)
3) Subscribe to my Explore Ohio with Sandy blog. Come back here for 5 separate chances to win.
3) Follow me on Twitter. Leave me your twitter id in your comment
4) Subscribe to my YouTube channel
5) Tweet this out up to 3 times a day. (one comment for each tweet) Pls leave your link
6) I can’t ask you to “like” me on Facebook, but I can ask you to leave a comment. 3 chances for each comment on any of my FB pages:
Organize with Sandy
OrganizerSandy (Organizing Fan page)
Explore Ohio with Sandy
See lots of way to enter!!
This contest will run until 11:59pm est on Thursday November 4, 2010 *THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED*
Any comment that comes in after the above time will be deleted. This is open to US mailing addresses only. One person per mailing address only. Winner will be chosen by Random.org
You will have 48 hours to reply to my e-mail if you are picked as the winner, or else I will go on to the next winning number.

You can see my other giveaways going on here:

I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter Grilling Set - Oct. 25, 2010
Kodak Pulse Picture Frame – Nov. 2, 2010
Disclosure: I was given this Stuff Bucket from Neatnix to review and keep. It did not influence my review…as I have no problems telling you if there are things wrong with a product. The pictures and thoughts are my own.

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I’m in Woman’s World Magazine

My ideas were published in a National Magazine! Hoot!!

Womans world October issue

I was asked by a reporter from Woman’s World Magazine, Gabrielle Lichteman - for some ideas on how to organize a kitchen using some inexpensive options. I offered her several ideas and she published 2 of them.  I think it is cool to see “Organize with Sandy.com” in print on a magazine page!!  hee hee

womans world magazine

You can see them a little better in this cropped version of the article.

Organize with SandyYou can read them in the number 4 and Number 5 options.  She did get a bit confused on the Number 5 option.  I suggested a rack on the back of the pantry door, but it is a rack that is wire so that you can put cans etc in it.  I use a clear shoe organizer on the back of other doors for things like hats, gloves, small toys… but I didn’t suggest that for a pantry.

Here is the blog post I did on organizing your pantry for less. It has both of the ideas I am sharing here in the article.  Using the un-used space I like to do using wire hanging baskets (off of the shelf) and using floor space and tall cupboard space.

pantry door organizerI’m not upset at all that things got a little confused, but this is what I was telling her about.  But over a phone it could have easily gotten mixed up.  so I understand.   If you did use a clear shoe organizer you could put packets of Kool-aide, small packets like onion soup mix, cake decorating sprinkles and supplies, even spices that are used frequently. So I suppose you could use that, but I hadn’t thought of it before. lol

But isn’t it cool that I have my ideas in a National Magazine?  I don’t know about you but I’m thrilled with that!  What is even neater is that when I was at the Toyota Tour in Evansville, IN last week – I had one of the other bloggers when she was introduced to me say, “Hey, you were in Woman’s World weren’t you? I just read that the other day!”.  Hee hee… so someone actually read it and related it to me.

This was the October 4, 2010 edition of Woman’s World Magazine, page 35.

I have also been recently featured on the Cleveland Moms Like Me blog page as their “Meet the Blogger” for this month.  Cool huh?

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How To Sort the Clutter – Video

October 13, 2010 by  
Filed under Blog, How To Organize

Knowing How To Sort through All your Clutter is an important Step in Learning to Organize a Space

sorting cardsSomething as simple as these sorting cards can make your sorting of all your clutter much easier.  They work as guidelines when you have something you aren’t sure about. When you have an item that you just don’t know. Look at that “Keep Card” and read the requirements underneath the “Keep”.
Realize that if you have this much clutter and the room is full, then obviously there is not enough room in the space for everything to stay – so some things will HAVE to go. You can do it!


Tips for sorting:

Take 5-10 seconds per item.  Make fast decisions – don’t start reminiscing with the things you are going through – or you will never get through everything.  Then the time you have put aside to work on your project will be wasted.

Really make sure that if you are keeping an item – you do LOVE it, you USE it and you WANT it.  Does it fit into the plans you visualized for this room? If not donate it.

Make a set of signs for yourself.  You can put the same that I have down on mine, or you can adjust them for yourself.  But be tough! Once you have done enough sorting, then you probably won’t need your signs anymore….but they really help to begin with.

If you want to use boxes to place things in… that is fine – then it makes it easier to carry items to other places – but generally the boxes get filled quickly – so I don’t always use them.

Get Black trash bags for trash, and white trash bags for donate. This will help you to not accidentally  throw things away that should be donated.

I’ve written several posts on sorting, here are a couple of them:

5 Steps for Sorting

Organizing – One Step at a Time

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Giving Back To Teachers

Working to Erase Teacher Funded Classrooms

A day Made BetterI was thrilled to be included as a Max Mom in the Office Max campaign to help make a Day Better for a deserving teacher!  They realize that teachers have to spend a lot of their own money for classroom supplies – either because the school district can’t afford to help or the actual students aren’t able to purchase what they need.  They have a goal of erasing the teacher funded classrooms!

A Day Made Better

I was given an opportunity to either have a contest on my blog so that my readers could nominate a teacher they felt was deserving… or I could present it to a local teacher.  I knew immediately what I was going to do.  A teacher and a dear friend of mine deserved it more than any other teacher I could think of.  For what she has endured this year with a severe injury and her constant drive and determination to make things better for her students (many of which are disadvantaged) … this was a “no Brainer” for me.

I really wanted to present this to her in her classroom, but I just couldn’t work it out.  Debbie had invited a big group of people over for a bonfire at her house and I took the opportunity along with a couple of the other ladies who came inside to present this to her at her home.

Disclosure:  Office Max provide the $100 gift card, T-shirt and rubber band balls for me to give to a teacher for the “A Day Made Better” campaign.  I chose to also give Debbie the Avery gift basket (that I added a Build a Bear, water bottle and some other odds and ends that I got a swag at conferences) that was sent to me to review on my blog.

Working to Erase Teacher Funded Classrooms

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Kodak Pulse Digital Frame Review

Congrats to B.Ringer who won with #275 Random.org pick

Organize and View those Pictures that You love Daily!

Kodak Pulse Picture FrameThe Kodak Pulse Digital Frame is another way you can organize your pictures!   Does that make sense to you?   Yes…it should.  Why?  Because, I am always saying to take pictures of “things” and then get rid of those things. Right?  Like your children’s art work from school… those greeting cards from loved ones….those stuffed animals you had since you were a child..but now smelled moldy…. etc. etc…etc…

If you are going to take pictures of them, then wouldn’t it be a great thing to enjoy them? Of course it would.  With this Kodak Picture Frame you can do that.

This is the 7″ Kodak Pulse Digital Frame that I reviewed.   It uses your wireless internet (so you do need wireless internet to use this).  It holds hundreds of pictures (because mine loaded 800 pictures to begin with..I did erase most of those).  The other neat thing about this picture frame is that it coordinates with the Kodak Easy Share Camera.  I just did a review and giveaway on the Easy Share Camera and Pulse frame on my Chat with Sandy blog.  You can take pictures with your Easy Share Camera and then set them to go to your Pulse Frame …. from a distance!

So let’s put this into perspective.  You give this picture frame to the Grandparents who live in California. They can’t make it for most of the holidays because you live in Ohio.  Christmas morning they wish they could be there…but they can’t.  You take oodles of pictures with your Easy Share Kodak Camera…. program the pictures to go to the frame (at Grandparents). Then after the craziness of the morning, you plug your camera into your computer and the pictures will automatically travel to their frame. So that same day they get to see all the pictures on their frame from your Christmas morning!  How Cool is that?

To ENTER:

Go to Kodak Pulse and tell me 2 facts about this camera that you find on the site link.  **Be sure to come back here and leave me your answer in your comment. Your e-mail has to either in your comment or on your profile.

FOR EXTRA CHANCES TO WIN:

**Each of these HAS to have a separate comment to win. The winner is picked using Random.org. It just goes the number of comments….not by what you say.

1) Subscribe to my Organize with Sandy blog This is for 5 chances to win! (use 5 separate comments)

2) Subscribe to my Chat with Sandy blog This is for 5 chances to win! (use 5 separate comments)

3) Subscribe to my Explore Ohio with Sandy blog.  Come back here for 5 separate chances to win.

3) Follow me on Twitter. Leave me your twitter id in your comment

4) Subscribe to my YouTube channel

5) Tweet this out up to 3 times a day. (one comment for each tweet) Pls leave your link

6) I can’t ask you to “like” me on Facebook, but I can ask you to leave a comment for an entry.  3 chances for each comment on any of my FB  pages:

Organize with Sandy

OrganizerSandy (Organizing Fan page)

Explore Ohio with Sandy

See lots of way to enter!!

This contest will run until 11:59pm est on Tuesday Nov. 2,  2010 *THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED*

Any comment that comes in after the above time will be deleted. This is open to US mailing addresses only. One person per mailing  address only.  Winner will be chosen by Random.org

You will have 48 hours to reply to my e-mail if you are picked as the winner, or else I will go on to the next winning number.

See my other Giveaways Going on Now

MiracleBody Jeans – Ends Oct. 14, 2010

Avery Customized Binder  - Ends Oct. 18, 2010

Avery Basket of Goodies – Ends Oct. 21, 2010

I Can’t Believe it’s Not Butter Grilling Set – Ends Oct. 27, 2010

Disclosure: I was given this Kodak Pulse Frame to review and keep. The pictures and video are my own. The thoughts are my own….and I like it!

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Avery Products

October 6, 2010 by  
Filed under Blog, Products for Organizing, Reviews & Giveaways

Congrats to Tawnda!!!  Random.org picked #107

Celebrating Teachers is one of Avery’s Missions

Basket full of Avery Products Giveaway

Would you love to win this basket full of Avery Products? (So cute isn’t it?)

They had a huge sweepstakes for teachers. They know that teachers use a lot of their own money for supplies for their kids, and they want to help.

I did a post about the Celebrate Teachers Sweepstakes a few weeks ago.  Because I helped Avery out by bringing awareness to the contest for teachers, they sent me a basket of Avery products that I could have… so that I could tell you about it – and then give one away on my blog!!

Check out that basket!! For one thing the basket itself is great. Cute and sturdy. But look at all the Avery goodies inside! There are labels, highlighters, post it notes, a large binder, glue sticks… etc.. a $50 value I am told.

I love this basket full of goodies…but I am going to keep the teacher giving going. I am taking part in a promotion with Office Max and I am going to get to give a teacher a gift card for supplies. I talked to Avery and asked if they would mind if I donated my basket I was given (in pic) to this local teacher that I am going to award (because she is SO awesome and gives of herself each and everyday to her students). Avery was thrilled.

So…. I will still be giving back…and thrilled to help out this teacher. Thanks Avery….you are the bomb!

To Enter to Win a Basket full of Avery Products:

Go to Avery.com and look at one of the 3 videos (their TV commercials). Tell me which one you watched… (I have my favorite) and what the product was.  **Be sure to come back here and leave me your answer in your comment. Your e-mail has to either in your comment or on your profile.

FOR EXTRA CHANCES TO WIN:

**Each of these HAS to have a separate comment to win. The winner is picked using Random.org. It just goes the number of comments….not by what you say.

1) Subscribe to my Organize with Sandy blog This is for 5 chances to win! (use 5 separate comments)

2) Subscribe to my Chat with Sandy blog This is for 5 chances to win! (use 5 separate comments)

3) Subscribe to my Explore Ohio with Sandy blog. Come back here for 5 separate chances to win.

3) Follow me on Twitter. Leave me your twitter id in your comment

4) Subscribe to my YouTube channel

5) Tweet this out up to 3 times a day. (one comment for each tweet) Pls leave your link

6) I can’t ask you to “like” me on Facebook, but I can ask you to leave a comment for an entry. 3 chances for each comment on any of my FB pages:

Organize with Sandy

OrganizerSandy (Organizing Fan page)

Explore Ohio with Sandy

See lots of way to enter!!

This contest will run until 11:59pm est on Thursday October 21, 2010 *THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED*

Any comment that comes in after the above time will be deleted. This is open to US mailing addresses only. One person per mailing address only. Winner will be chosen by Random.org

You will have 48 hours to reply to my e-mail if you are picked as the winner, or else I will go on to the next winning number.

You can see my other giveaways going on here:

MiracleBody Jeans - October 14, 2010

Avery Customized Binder - October 18, 2010

I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter Grilling Set – October 25, 2010

Kodak Pulse Digital Picture Frame – Nov. 2, 2010

Disclosure: I was given a this basket of products by Avery. I did the initial post for Celebrate Teachers for them in order to receive this basket to review and one to giveaway to my readers. My basket will be going to a teacher.  The pictures and thoughts are my own.

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Visualize The Space To Organize

October 5, 2010 by  
Filed under Blog, DIY, How To Organize

Step 1 in Organizing a Room is to Visualize what you want the Room to Look Like When Finished

organizing: visualize the space
You can use visualizing a practice in many areas of your life. When it comes to organizing, it can really be a useful tool.  Having an end goal can make the process much easier and less stressful.

If you dive into a cluttered room without any kind of plan….it is hard to know what the outcome will be.  If you go in with a plan of how you want this space to look when you are completed, it makes the process easier.
How does it make it easier?  One big way is that when you are sorting through all the stuff in that room, when you come upon an item that you just don’t know what to do with… it can help if you have a plan. For instance – Let’s say you have this huge stuffed animal that your husband won for you at a fair 15 years ago. It is in the corner of the room, with clothes draped over the top. You haven’t even actually seen him for what seems like years – but when you finally uncover it…all those memories come flooding back.  How happy you were that he spent all that money trying to win that for you, walking through that amusement park with people looking at you asking how you won that huge animal.  Trying to figure out how to even fit it in your compact car…   But – will this huge stuffed animal fit in your new space?  That corner that it sits in is going to have a storage cubby unit that will house all your scrap booking paper.  This is where the rubber meets the road.    You realize that he won’t fit. Then of course you try to figure out if there is another place in the house for him.  If there is and you really have the space…then keep him.  But my suggestion would be to let someone else have some time to enjoy him too. Donate him – a nursery at church, preschool room etc…  But be sure to take some good pictures of him first.  Even take one of you and your now husband with him… then you will still have those memories.

When you have a plan in place – then it can make those hard decisions much easier. You go back to what you visualize and decide if that item fits into the plan you have for the space.  If not…. get it out of that room.

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Avery Personalized Binder

October 4, 2010 by  
Filed under Blog, Products for Organizing, Reviews & Giveaways

Congrats to the 5 Winners!! All picked by Random.org

1) Monique
2) Alexis
3) Karen
4) Lori
5) Beth

I’ll be contacting you via e-mail!

I Love Personalized things!

avery customized binder

You can now customize a binder! Avery has a binder that can be customized by Zazzle.com. There are many to choose from if you want to use one of their designs.
Make keep sake binders for your kids for each year of school. You can put their pictures from that year right on the binder.
If you are planning a wedding, personalize the binder that has all the plans in it, with wedding pictures.
There are SO many things you can do with these binders….

I have to admit that the first time I saw them all piled up on a table at SocialLuxe in NYC… they didn’t sweep me away. It wasn’t until I saw the what I could do with them.
I created one for a client with their logos on it (in a really fun way). Those binders will be used to present marketing information to a big name Brand. Neat idea huh?

Once I created my own binder….now I have all kinds of ideas of what other binders I would like to make for my kids to use. (and a few more of my own….recipes!! )

To Purchase:

Go to Avery.com and go to their binders. They are $18.95 each if you purchase one. The price goes down if you order a few of them at one time.

To ENTER  There will be 5 Winners!!

Go to Avery.com (Zazzle.com) and tell me which binder you would like with the link to it.

FOR EXTRA CHANCES TO WIN:

**Each of these HAS to have a separate comment to win. The winner is picked using Random.org. It just goes the number of comments….not by what you say.

1) Subscribe to my Organize with Sandy blog This is for 5 chances to win! (use 5 separate comments)

2) Subscribe to my Chat with Sandy blog This is for 5 chances to win! (use 5 separate comments)

3) Subscribe to my Explore Ohio with Sandy blog.  Come back here for 5 separate chances to win.

3) Follow me on Twitter. Leave me your twitter id in your comment

4) Subscribe to my YouTube channel

5) Tweet this out up to 3 times a day. (one comment for each tweet) Pls leave your link

6) I can’t ask you to “like” me on Facebook, but I can ask you to leave a comment for an entry.  3 chances for each comment on any of my FB  pages:

Organize with Sandy

OrganizerSandy (Organizing Fan page)

Explore Ohio with Sandy

See lots of way to enter!!

This contest will run until 11:59pm est on Monday October 18, 2010 *THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED*

Any comment that comes in after the above time will be deleted. This is open to US mailing addresses only. One person per mailing  address only.  Winner will be chosen by Random.org

You will have 48 hours to reply to my e-mail if you are picked as the winner, or else I will go on to the next winning number.

You can see my other giveaways going on here:

MiracleBody Jeans – October 14, 2010

Kodak Digital Picture Frame - Nov. 2, 2010

Disclosure: I was given a binder for no charge to design and review.  Avery also sponsored me for the Type A Mom Conference. They did not ask me to do a post, I am choosing to do this post because I love the product.  The opinions and pictures/video are my own.

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