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Here are the two projects I have for promoting Organized Life by Design:

1) A blog tour. Yes I am going on tour answering those tough organizing questions that people out there have. Find out more here.

2) A contest. What launch is complete without a contest. So, yes I am running one. The new site includes a great network for those who want to stay organized, get organized, or just talk about organizing with other like-minded mommas and ladies out there so, I am hoping to grow this group to 100 members strong by the end of May. This shouldn't be too difficult because we already after only a few days have 30 members. Once the group reaches 100 members I will randomly draw from the membership list and that lucky member will receive a great prize, a household control journal binder and template pages. I love my household control journal and think it is an awesome tool for anyone to use. All you have to do to be entered to win is to join the Organized Life by Design Network. We'd love to have you!

In addition to these two things I have started blogging for Chrysanthemoms, which was formerly Two Moms in a Blog, where I used to be a blogger for their Christian Living Section. I am excited about the opportunity to blog here again and hope to post a new blog every week. This week's blog, How Do I Stay Organized?

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