Monday, December 10, 2012

Back to School Organization with Windows Phone | Giveaway

August 17, 2011 by admin - Jennifer  
Filed under Featured, Giveaways

Company: Microsoft
Item Reviewed: None
Item Given Away: AT&T Samsung Focus Windows Phone
Start Date: August 17
End Date: September 1


This is the first Back to School season I have had in many years, as I homeschooled my children, but this is the first year back in public school for my oldest daughter and I am finding a ton of things I have to keep track of. I have tried writing things down, only to lose the paper, I have added things to my online calender only to forget not to look at it, but this year, I have my husband’s Windows Phone (previously mine as he stole it from me) to use as my back up plan. I can now do the following:

  • Customize the start screen – I can add everything important for a specific day or event by pinning it to my start screen. Which means no more looking through my phone for that important piece of information, or worse a piece of paper with directions written on it.
  • Carpool madness goes out the front window (pun intended) – I can now see multiple calendars on the start screen so I will see when my daughter violin practice over laps my husbands dental appointment and change things around.
  • Office Mobile is a life saver – when I am waiting in the car to pick someone up I can still do my work and keep track of anything I may need to pick up on the way home. Having One Note is a huge plus for me as I use it on a daily basis for just about everything. My daughter’s extra curricular activities have now found a new, organized home in One Note.
  • And don’t forget about the Camera! – I of course will be sneaking pictures of my daughter’s first day back to school, when she isn’t looking and what’s even better is I can share it instantly with the family that is far away by posting it to Facebook, which is seamlessly added to Windows Phones. Huge plus for me.

Adding apps for Back to School season is a snap as well. Best Buy will allow you to shop for new tech products in the palm of your hand, moBudget will help you track your Back to School spending and will help you stay within your budget, with ShopSavvy you can scan a bar code and instantly get the best price around you for whatever you are looking for, Amazon is my favorite app and I shop all the time from it, again it’s the convenience of shopping in the palm of your hand. There are many other apps that are very helpful during the stressful time of Back to School season; Evernote, CleverToDo, iRewardChart and GasBuddy.

So you see, Windows Phone can do it all and I am loving the fact that to do all this I have gotten my hands on my husband’s phone again. I love Windows phone and the fact that everything I need can be placed on the Start Screen so I can spend more time doing what I need to do instead of searching for the email that had an address in it, or directions to the new ball field. I am a doer, how about you?

To help one very lucky Dirty t Shirt reader out with their Back to School season, I have an AT&T Samsung Focus Windows Phone to giveaway. Please see rules below to enter to win today!

I am a Windows Champions blogger and I received loan of a laptop and may receive other awards from Microsoft to post my opinions about Microsoft products.


  • MAIN RULE – Tell me in comments how you handle your children’s school scheduling now. (remember if this rule is not followed then no others will count)
  • 1 Extra Entry – Subscribe to my RSS feed or by email (or let me know if you already are) in a separate comment.
  • 1 Extra Entry – Follow me on Twitter (button in header) and let me know your Twitter name in a separate comment.
  • 1 Extra Entry – Tweet this giveaway. Copy and paste – @Jentifa is giving away a AT&T Samsung Focus Windows Phone! Check it out here Then come back and leave the direct link to your tweet (go to your twitter account, click on the words when your tweet was sent (ie. 5 seconds ago) and copy and paste that link in comments.
  • 1 Extra Entry – Friend me on Google Friend Connect on sidebar and leave a separate comment that you did.
  • 2 Extra Entries – Write a post on your blog linking to my blog.

This giveaway will run through midnight on September 1, with winner being announced the morning of September 2. Winner will be chosen using from all valid entries and notified via email. Winner will have 48 hours to contact me before another winner is chosen. Giveaway is open to U.S. residents only.


328 Responses to “Back to School Organization with Windows Phone | Giveaway”
  1. Ann F says:

    I use my iPod Touch’s calender to keep my our schedules.

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  4. melissa n says:

    i guess i am still in the old ages. i use a callender to remember my kids schedules.

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  7. Nikki M says:

    My little one is entering Kindergarten but I have a calendar book in case I need one! :)

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  11. Margaret Smith says:

    We keep a desk calander book and the whole family uses it and I’ll post on the fridge, the weekly schedule for everyone to see.
    Thanks so much.

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  16. felecia says:

    I use a desktop calendar

  17. felecia says:

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  19. Jeff says:

    I keep the schedule on post-it notes on the PC.

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  22. Monique Rizzo says:

    I have a 9 year old and we have a wipe off board on the wall that is a calendar.
    Thanks for the chance.

  23. sandra says:

    paper calendar

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  25. Monique says:

    I use microsoft outlook, sync it to my blackberry (which serves as a backup calendar). I also have a cork bulletin board in my kid’s room where I pin events, calendars, etc.

  26. Cindy A says:

    The old fashioned way: I have a big Sandra Boynton hanging calendar that has columns on each day for each member of the family, so I can write my appointments in my own square, my daughter’s in hers, etc. If I remember, I add them to my Outlook calendar as well.

  27. Cindy A says:

    I am an email subscriber.

  28. Elaine Lund says:

    Right now, I tack all notices to a cork board w/ important info highlighted and also write the info on the calendar

  29. Elaine Lund says:

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  31. Stefani says:

    I use my BusyBodyBook to keep track of everything!

  32. Elaine Lund says:

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  33. Stefani says:

    I am a subscriber.

  34. Stefani says:

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  35. Stefani says:

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  36. Jen Harriman says:

    I do my best to remember or write their appointments down. I also tell other people so they can remind me because lets face it.. I suck in the memory department

  37. Jen Harriman says:

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  40. Kyl Neusch says:

    fill out a schedule

  41. Kyl Neusch says:

    follow on twitter: bleush

  42. shel says:

    Right now we use a whiteboard on the refrigerator and a bulletin board to hang up notices, etc.

  43. shel says:

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  44. shel says:

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  45. shel says:

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  46. don’t laugh but we still use a big calendar on the fridge

  47. karen M says:

    I carry a calendar in my purse and jot down, the appts and school events

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  52. laura says:

    I use my multiple calendars to keep track!

  53. laura says:

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  55. laura says:

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  56. Lina says:

    We have a family calendar in the kitchen that we write everything down.

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  60. Kathleen says:

    Right now, I handle it with a regular 12 month calendar..isnt working out too well lol

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  61. Kathleen says:

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  62. brittney says:

    i have a calendar at home that i cross check with the schools online calendar
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  64. Sue E says:

    I have a calendar that I write on. If that is getting too full, I use magnets to secure notes or flyers to the refrigerator.

  65. Sue E says:

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  67. Daniel M says:

    it’s crazy but we juggle to manage

  68. I use a calendar that i keep with me at all times
    thank you

  69. Angie says:

    I use my Microsoft Outlook calendar at work to schedule my kids’ stuff right now. Thanks for the chance!

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  72. Melissa P. @Mel4Him says:

    Mandatory Entry:
    I usually post any school events or activities to my home calendar as well as to my iPod Touch.

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  77. Kim says:

    We have a large chart posted on our refrigerator and I also set alerts on my phone!

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  80. Debra G says:

    I use an the good old fashioned calendar, but would love to get more tech savvy and win this phone.

  81. Debra G says:

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  84. Candy Merry says:

    I have a Calender on the refrigerator!

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  87. Timmy says:

    I leave it to the kids to keep track of their own schedule!

  88. Amber says:

    We still use a calendar on the fridge! ;)

  89. Amber says:

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  92. Denise B. says:

    We homeschool, so we don’t have any scheduling issues.

  93. brandy says:

    I use a daily organizer on my computer to keep up with activities.

  94. Ellie W says:

    I don’t have a fancy way of handling my boy’s schedule. I just use an old fashioned calendar. I’d love to have an up to date device like this to help.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
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  98. Min says:

    no children so scheduling is not needed

  99. Scott W says:

    i use a calender to try and remember when/where I need to be

  100. deb c says:

    My children are grown now, but when they were younger everything had to be scheduled around my two jobs. Luckly, both my bosses were understanding and helped with the scheduling,I would take off to go on field trips, sports games, etc., was able to make up the time on weekends and bring the boys with me.

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  104. Kerrie Mayans says:

    I put everything on my microsoft outlook calendar.

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  106. Kerrie Mayans says:

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  107. Kerrie Mayans says:

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  108. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I’m still attach (like glue!) to my old school address book/calendar/organizer.

  109. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I subscribed and confirmed via email

  110. Mary Beth Elderton says:

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  111. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I joined you on gfc (Beth Elderton)

  112. Tiffany Zeisler says:

    My memory and a wall calander…which is why I need the phone. :)

  113. Tonya Dean says:

    I use the calender on my yahoo homepage. The will even send me email alerts the day before an appointment.


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  115. Carol Bryant says:

    First year in athletics and having to be at school at 6:15 means it is crucial to get to bed early to keep everyone healthy.

  116. Joseph Orland says:

    We use the calender app on the iPhone 4.

  117. kathy says:

    I have their schedule planned on an excel spreadsheet.

  118. Ambie Keen says:

    Currently, I enter all our schedules on my smartphone calendar. And I make sure to set a reminder the day prior just for extra mesaure!

  119. Ana G. says:

    I have calendars to scheduled everything

  120. Jim W. says:

    It takes alot of coordination between myself and the wife.

  121. Jim W. says:

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  122. Cathy W says:

    Well, since mine are grown I don’t have to play that game. And back in the day when mine were growing up it was simply a daily planner/calender.

  123. Cathy W says:

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  126. renee says:

    I use a dry erase calendar that is very LARGE.

  127. renee says:

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  128. Carolyn G says:

    I use the Google mail calendar

  129. Carolyn G says:

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  130. Betty says:

    My kids are older and I use an older method – notes on my paper calendar

  131. Betty says:

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  133. Betty says:

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  135. Jean F says:

    I write it on our wall calendar, and on my personal desk calendar

  136. Takisha A says:

    I handle my child’s school scheduling now by checking her school calendar each day.

  137. Takisha A says:

    twitter name – orange0487

  138. Ingrid says:

    Just making a schedule that works and sticking too it. As to when we are to leave, pick up and when homework is scheduled.

  139. Ashley says:

    using a dry erase board, yeah I know its out of date thats why I need this phone! thanks for the chance!

  140. Ashley says:

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  141. Ashley says:

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  142. Ashley says:

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  143. wcc says:

    Using Works Calender has always worked! Thanks for the chance! :)

  144. wcc says:

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  145. wcc says:

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  147. Kristy H says:

    Right now we pretty much organize with a Wall calendar, and each kid has a Dry erase board in their rooms so I can see whats going on! I also try to use my Calander on my phone but its not as easy!

  148. Kristy H says:

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  150. claire says:

    a simpple weekly desk calendar. :)

  151. Brad says:

    I use Google calendar to keep track of our schedules.

  152. 1955nurse says:

    @ ways: #1 – A big wipe-ff board on the side of the Fridge that has they days of the week on it – this we write on each Sunday PM because things change from week-to-week! #2 – I calendar w/BIG squares for scheduling things like Dr.s appts, recitals, etc. anything that is more than 1 week away!!!((1955nursehjc4me(at)myway(dot)com)) TY!

  153. 1955nurse says:

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  154. 1955nurse says:

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  155. Alex K says:

    I handle it using a physical calendar

  156. James Smith says:

    I depend on my daughter to inform me, (usually the day before an event, ughh)

  157. Tabathia B says:

    I use a calender
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  158. Tabathia B says:

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  159. Tabathia B says:

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  160. Tabathia B says:

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  161. SGuzman says:

    I still like a good old fashioned calendar but put important dates on my Droid calendar on my phone.

  162. SGuzman says:

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  163. I use a desktop calendar and a notebook to keep track of my kids’ schedules as well as post a lot of stuff on the fridge! Thanks so much for hosting this wonderful giveaway!


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  167. Samantha Shumard says:

    Its sad the only way I keep up with all 3 of my boys activties is just plain ol remembering everything or just plain ol writing it down. my cell phone isnt that up to date so i cant rely on it like i need.

  168. Jill Myrick says:

    We sit down on Sunday evening and make a schedule of who has to be where on each day including teacher conference, game practices games, etc.


  169. Jill Myrick says:

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  170. Jill Myrick says:

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  172. ferriz says:

    with my niece we have a large calendar in the kitchen and fill it in with stars and stickers. it doesnt work so well.

  173. ferriz says:

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  174. ferriz says:

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  175. Steve Stone says:

    we write everything down on a dry erase board.

  176. clynsg says:

    Right now, I don’t handle anyone’s schedule but my own–one of the perks of being the grandparent and retired!

  177. clynsg says:

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  178. christina singer says:

    we are old school. we keep a white board on the door and everyone writes their appointments on the respective days.

  179. Linda Lansford says:

    handle children’s school scheduling now with a paper calender

  180. Linda Lansford says:

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  181. Angela Winesburg says:

    Right now we have a family calendar up on the fridge with everyone’s appointments and schedules, we could use something more high tech! :)

  182. Angela Winesburg says:

    Following via GFC (hotsnotty2), thanks!

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  185. Erica C. says:

    Nice phone! Right now, I use a calendar on the fridge to keep track of our schedules.

  186. Shirley Hicks says:

    i guess im behind times too…i still use a calendar to write in appointments and such

  187. Christina says:

    I’m using the husband’s iPhone calendar for now. Hes more organized then I am along with my tween since I had my baby son 5 months ago. Sleep deprivation is not fun!

  188. Christina says:

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  189. Christina says:

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  190. erma says:

    I have his schedule on my computer.

  191. Ron Miller says:

    We live 2 blocks from the school, he’s in high school now, so the schedule demands living so close to the school and his age are not really demanding at all. Now!

  192. Ron Miller says:

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  193. Ron Miller says:

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  195. Kiara says:

    I use a calendar book.

  196. Amy W. says:

    I use a Day Planner.

  197. Amy W. says:

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  198. Shad Wanless says:

    As of right now I “Handle” it with Post-It notes. This Daddy sure could use your help Jentifa :)

  199. Shad Wanless says:

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  200. Jessica Ball says:

    I check my kids school calendar on-line and the notices they bring home and add the things I need to keep track of to my work calendar. Not greatly effective if they forget to give me things.

  201. Jammie says:

    we home school so I handle it with a daily planner.

  202. Jammie says:

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  203. Jammie says:

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  204. Jammie says:

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  205. Ericka says:

    I handle it with my calender on my laptop
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  209. Shirea says:

    I use a good old fashioned planner to organize me and my kids schedules..

  210. Stephanie Barmann says:

    With 7 kids it isn’t easy. We color code the calendar and leave ourselves reminder notes.

  211. Stephanie Barmann says:

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  212. Kim James says:

    I currently use Microsoft Works Calendar on my PC for scheduling.

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  216. tracey byram says:

    Old fashioned pencil and paper

  217. Jeanette H. says:

    Everything gets magnetted to the fridge. LOL!

    Thank you for the great giveaway!!

  218. juli says:

    i use a calender by the door

  219. amy deeter says:

    i use my calendar at home

  220. amy deeter says:

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  221. Steph A says:

    I make a daily list and a traditional calendar to write dates for special appointments.

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  225. Rosey says:

    I handle school organization by playing it by ear (which I do not recommend). I do things as they come and try not to forget what needs done if it’s in the future. Sometimes, if the date is more than a day or two ahead, I’ll write it on the calendar on our kitchen wall.

  226. Rosey says:

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  229. Jaque R. says:

    Ugh! School scheduling is always a challenge, activities, meetings, carpools…it can all be overwhelming. I keep a large calendar hanging near the door, it has lots of space for notes and helps keep me sane! :-) Thank you.

  230. Jaque R. says:

    I am following you on Twitter. :-) (sottovocerocks)

  231. Jaque R. says:

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  232. Joseph Menard says:

    I use a wall chart to handle the kids school scheduling now.

  233. Rachel D. says:

    Right now I use a calendar and dayplanner

  234. Rachel D. says:

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  236. melanie says:

    I use a wall calander

  237. Rachel D. says:

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  238. Kendra G says:

    we home school, so easier on the schedule!

  239. Kendra G says:

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  240. carol lewis says:

    I have no phone, hubby has it, so I just remember what I need to and keep asking her during the week what we need to do. Not very good, huh?
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  241. carol lewis says:

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  242. Jeffrey Baird says:

    What a cool phone

  243. Amy W. says:

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  246. Lyndsey R. says:

    A regular paper calander.

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  247. Lyndsey R. says:

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  248. Lisa G. says:

    We have a dry erase board in our kitchen that we keep updated with all of their school events and sports schedule.
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  249. Lisa G. says:

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  251. Lisa G. says:

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  253. Ed Nemmers says:

    We have a master family grid on the refrigerator and it works out well!

  254. charline says:

    I have a pocket calendar that I carry in my purse for their activities

  255. charline says:

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  256. Kristina Daniels says:

    i use my ipad, but sometimes its just too big to take places.

  257. meme says:

    I use a pocket calendar to keep track of everything for right now

  258. meme says:

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  259. Carol K says:

    I have only one son, but I have to write down everything or I will totally forget. I have a HUGE calendar for everyone to see. It is hanging in the kitchen and I make a smaller version for my purse. I need to get in this century and realize I need to get everything online/computer or whatever the lingo is! I really need to get in the now and in the know!

  260. dddiva says:

    They tell me in the morning who needs to be where when & we go from there.

  261. dddiva says:

    Sub via Google reader

  262. Derk Thomas says:

    Calendar in the kitchen. Keep it on Outlook at work, too.

  263. R Hicks says:

    We still do it the old fashioned way with a large calendar and pencil in important dates. Sticky notes help too

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  269. Angela Cash says:

    I handle my children’s school scheduling on my Android phone.

  270. Angela Cash says:

    I an am RSS subscriber via Google Reader.

  271. Angela Cash says:

    I follow you on Twitter @angevege.

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  273. Debbie Lipsitz says:

    use my i phone to organize

  274. Jason Vaughn says:

    Homeschool so it is very flexible.


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