Household Organization

I’m so, very passionate about organization.  I believe that all our decorating is for nothing if our homes aren’t clean and organized.  I also believe that an organized home makes for a happier home.

So, I’m very excited about two incredible, FREE, organization resources that I just discoverd last night.

As an Escalate Network Affiliate, I receive regular updates on new offers.  To be honest, I never read them.  But, this time the offers got my attention.  After previewing them, I felt like I found the solutions to two of the areas that had been suffering in my home: keeping track of our budget and finances, and menu planning.

This first resource, Manilla, keeps track of all of your household, banking, loan and reward accounts as well as your subscriptions.  I love that I only need one password to access any of my accounts.  I’ve already signed up and can’t wait to start using it.  Just click on the image below to find out more about it.

(Although this is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Manilla, all opinions expressed are my own.)

Now, this next resource couldn’t have come at a better time.  I spent waaaay too long in the grocery store last night.  Menu planning has long since fallen by the wayside, and so, I’ve been planning our meals as I wander the aisles.  But, now that I’ve signed up for Food on the Table, I’m going to be in and out of the grocery store in no time.

Description: Food on the Table is an easy meal planning service that is based on sales at local grocery stores. With Food on the Table, users will be able to: – find thousands of easy, healthy recipes – save money by knowing the items that are on sale – simplify your shopping experience with a well organized grocery list.

I’ve already got my grocery list handy, and I can’t wait to try the Black and Blue Steak recipe.  I’ll be sure to let you know how it turns out.  :)

Simply click on the image below to start meal planning.  Be sure to use the promo code: SUMMERFREE to receive this service free for LIFE.

(This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Food on the Table.  All opinions expressed are my own.)

Until next time,

Sharon

Comments

  1. Sharon,

    Great post and very helpful.

    Cynthia

  2. I’m going to give them both a try. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Sharon! I really like both of those aps. My husband and I are in the process of reworking our finiances, so this is the perfect time for this. Thanks! I also really liked two things about the Food on the Table ap. 1, the recipes allow you to take off items that you already have at home like spices or lemon juice. 2. It gives you options for getting your list. I love that it will email me my grocery list. Paperless is great when I still have access to the info any time I want. Thanks so much for previewing both of these.

  4. Great ideas!! Thank you for sharing I will definitely look into it!

  5. Summer, I really like those two things about the Food on the Table app as well. And, now that all of our finances will be accessed in one place with one password, it will be so much easier for me to help out with paying the bills, etc. I’m so glad you found these resources helpful.

  6. Nicole, I was so, so tickled over the ease of both of these resources. They both are so well thought out.

  7. Jeanne, I was so impressed with them both; especially at how easy they are to use and how well thought out each one is. As I previewed each of them, I kept thinking, “oh my gosh, they’ve thought of everything.” Which goes over very well with this detail oriented girl. ;)

  8. Cynthia, I am so impressed with these resources. I just had to share.

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