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Welcome Let’s Get Organized Blog Hop #3

This is the place to link up all types of organization, whether it was successful or not, is ongoing, or in just the beginning stages! Wherever you’re at in the process, we’d love to hear from you! ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~


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  • Link up an organization post
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  • Go check out three other links…show them some love…it’s fun to meet new bloggers and gain followers!
  • No posts about sales, shops, or NON-family friendly material



With returning back to work full time, Karen was stumped on how to find the time to make a shopping list, shop for groceries, and make healthy meals every night. I used Peapod MANY years ago and was thinking this might be a good time to start up again. With Peapod I can…

  • Use coupons and have them taken off the next order
  • Coupons get doubled up to 99c
  • Add my items right to a shopping list on the site.
  • Take advantages of specials, like if she has it delivered on Wednesday, she can get $5 off the $10 delivery fee
  • Plus she doesn’t have to leave the house…food is brought right to her door!

Yes, you pay for convenience, but in order to be organized you have to make priorities. Between working full time, planning lessons and writing reports at home for work, blogging, crocheting, cleaning and organizing, and being a wife and mom…she just doesn’t have time to go to a grocery store. Is paying a few more dollars to do one less thing worth the price? YES, to her it is! (And I have to say, I personally agree!)


COUPONS: Karen used to have a big red binder full of coupons, run around to various stores to spend as little as possible on everything…again, it’s about priorities. Now she just keeps them in a small photo album by categories. It’s easier to get them out and see which have expired and easier to drop them into the correct category.

So what do you all use for making lists and shopping? Do you go to the stores or shop online? How do you organize your coupons?



Mandy posted about how she organizes her recipes and sets up a monthly menu. You can see that here. She has a great technology-free system, which looks pretty organized. A whole month of menus…that’s darn amazing and something I wish I could do…but would fail miserably.

Go over and check out her system…might inspire you to rework your menus.


NEXT WEEK Karen will be talking about organizing your clothes. Do you prepare your clothes the night before or the week before? Or do you get your outfit ready as you get dressed?

Future topics include

How do you organize your purse/pocket book/totes?

Do you follow a cleaning system? Create your own?

What organization products could you NEVER live without?

How do you organize your kid(s) toys?

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another jennifer

Thursday 29th of August 2013

I just liked up my post on how Insightly keeps me organized. I could use some tips on home organization! I'll be back to check out all the posts that get linked up. Thanks for hosting!

Michelle Nahom

Thursday 29th of August 2013

That was a good idea! I didn't even think to link that one up. :) It was a great post! Thanks for joining us!!


Thursday 29th of August 2013

Seriously lame comment coming....I like this's really organized, lol! I think I'll chime in with some of the prompts, I like them.

I linked creative again & linked why I respond to blog comments. It does kinda organize the discussion....maybe I'm reaching :)

Thx for hosting ladies!

Michelle Nahom

Thursday 29th of August 2013

Social media organization is important too! That's why I linked up mine on Hootsuite and Twitter.


Wednesday 28th of August 2013

I use the note pad on my iPhone for shopping lists. I don't really do much cooking, just some basic meal prep so I just need to keep my veggies stocked and I'm pretty much good for the week. I want to start using coupons, but I haven't got a printer so that's a no-go for me. I can't wait for next week's topic!

Michelle Nahom

Thursday 29th of August 2013

I have a notebook where I can keep track of the recipes and the ingredients I need. I use it some of the is actually pretty helpful. But it does require me to be somewhat organized ahead of time....

Janine Huldie

Wednesday 28th of August 2013

Totally used to use Peapod and loved that service when I was pregnant and on bed rest. Got to say I am lucky that my husband likes to go grocery shopping and is pretty good at it, too. So, now either he will go with a list we make together or we got together with the kids. But if we ever don't feel like doing this, Peapod is so going to be used again!! Thanks for sharing and loving hearing all the organizational ideas from you both, as well as others linking up!! :)

Michelle Nahom

Wednesday 28th of August 2013

I liked Peapod when I used it before too. I haven't used it in a while but mainly due to our scheduled of never being home during the available delivery times. Now that I am working from home, I need to look into it again!


Wednesday 28th of August 2013

Are the topics in order so I can start prepping and jump in? Just want to make sure. I totally have to find out how to get a months worth of recipes organized.

Michelle Nahom

Wednesday 28th of August 2013

That would be nice wouldn't it?! My dream would be to only cook once or twice a week. I like to cook but its so stressful with our schedule to cook a nutritious meal every night of the week.