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Today I’m pleased to bring you a review and giveaway of Paperless Home Organization: How to Create a Digital Home Management Notebook by Mystie Winkler!

Mystie’s newest book {she also wrote Simplified Dinners} shows you how to set up a personalized household organization “binder” using three electronic “organizing systems”: Evernote, Google Calendar, and Remember the Milk.

Mystie sent me a copy for review and I really learned a lot from it! She shows you how to sync all three of these programs together into a home management system that can work for stay at home, working and homeschooling moms. My husband is actually going to use her system for his job as a pastor to help keep track of visits, sermon and Bible study topics, confirmation homework and his daily schedule.

Right now, Paperless Home Organization is on sale for $2.99 but only until the end of the day on January 31! The price will go back up to $7.99 on February 1.

Considering the discounted price and how helpful this eBook was to me, I would definitely recommend it. I didn’t know anything about Evernote or Remember the Milk before I read it and now I’m excited to work my way through setting up an electronic household “binder”!

Mystie will be giving away a copy of Paperless Home Organization to one of my readers! Just enter in the Rafflecopter below or if you can’t get the Rafflecopter to work just leave a comment on the blog telling me so and I’ll add you in!

Go ahead and buy a copy for yourself AND enter the giveaway. If you win, Mystie will refund the cost of your purchase!

This giveaway is open through 11:59 pm on January 30–it’s a quick one, so be sure to enter right away!



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4 Comments on Paperless Home Organization – Review and Giveaway!

  1. I’m purchasing it and entering the giveaway! I love the digital age! I hate the clutter of paper everywhere and already use Google Calendar, since it syncs on my phone. Can’t wait to get the ebook!

    • I’ve always used Outlook for my calendar. I played around with Google calendar a while back, but didn’t have a smartphone then. Do you like the way it synch’s, etc? If you ever used Outlook, how would you compare the two?

    • I’ve never used Outlook, so I can’t comment in regards to that. I use the system on my husband’s iPad and it seems to work well so far with Google Calendar!

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