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momAgenda {review}

Disclosure: This could be a sponsored post or contain affiliate links (which means I earn a percentage of the sale), but all opinions are strictly my own.

 I am quite the list-maker, for just about everything and anything.  I make lists about things I need to do, people I need to call, baby things I still need to get, items to buy at the grocery store, returns to make, websites to visit and e-mails to send when I get on the computer (I can get distracted easily…), and projects that I want to complete.  I know that so many people have smartphones and other electronics that will organize this sort of information for them, but I still prefer to have something tangible on which I can write.

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“As with many great inventions, the momAgenda was created to simplify the life of its founder – and caught on like wildfire.  Nina Restieri, a former successful ad executive, and businesswoman at the helm of a family business, was attempting to organize her chaotic schedule (and those of her family of four young children) one morning when she started to think about wedding planners. Why, she wondered, are there hundreds of options for brides to choose from to plan their wedding, but not a single option for mothers to plan their everyday lives?  One year of extensive research later, momAgenda was born.  The first run of products sold out within three days to 120 stores. At that moment, Nina knew she had struck a chord with women all over the country who had the same desire to bring some order to their hectic lives.”

Since its inception in 2005, momAgenda has grown annually to include a diversified range of products that help organize the lives of mothers and others, including…

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DAY PLANNERS — myAgenda, momAgenda (shown above), and Personal Portfolio

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HOME ORGANIZERS — Kitchen Folio, School Years (shown above), Wall Calendar

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 HELPFUL PADS — Weekly Menu/Grocery Pad (shown above), Permission Slip, Honey Do List, and Babysitter Info

We received the Kelly Green School Years book to review, and I love the sturdiness of this book!  Our little boy is in pre-k this year, and I’m sure that this will last throughout his years in school and beyond.  This School Years book is a great way to organize all important pieces from each year of school — there’s a separate folder for each year in school that can hold report cards, class pictures, art samples, writing samples, and more.  There are also sections to write in extra notes about the child’s teacher(s), friends, and activities throughout that year.

I would highly suggest momAgenda for some great tangible organizing materials that are classy and professional, as well as practical and useful.  Head on over to find your new favorite have-to-have item in preparation for the upcoming school year!

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This posting and review were sponsored by momAgenda, but all opinions are strictly my own.

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  1. I need THIS!! WOW!! This would be perfect for me! Thank you for the information! Headed there now.

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