Saturday, June 5, 2010

The Care Giver Organizer eBook Giveaway-(CLOSED)

Do you have kids, elderly parents, or a loved one that requires you to take care of them? Do they have a lot of things going on in their life such as school or appointments you need to keep up with as well as your own personal stuff in your life as well? It is hard to keep up with everything?

Well The Care Giver Organizer will make everything easier for you to keep up with. You can input their schedule as well as your own. This will make everything easy for you to keep up with. No more missed appointments! Also if you ever have to have someone else sit with your loved one you care for you can give them the schedule and they can make sure your loved one makes their appointments. This is very convenient and easy to use. This wonderful product is priced at $9.95.

If you are a busy mom you will love this product. I know I am very busy. Overall, as a parent I think this is a very important tool to have.

Win It
1 lucky Mommy Blessings in Small Bundles reader will win a Care Giver Organizer eBook of their very own from the Care Giver Organizer.

To enter go to the Care Giver Organizer and tell me something you saw at their website not listed above.

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Good luck! Contest ends on June 21st at midnight EST. Winner will be announced June 22st. Winner will be chosen through random.org.

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You must be 18 and over to enter.

This giveaway is open to the US only.

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11 comments:

  1. They have different versions: child, special needs child, and aging parent.

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  2. I'd use it for my son who has Sensory Processing Disorder. #3

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  3. I'd use it for my son who has Sensory Processing Disorder. #2

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  4. I'd use it for my son who has Sensory Processing Disorder. #1

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  5. we need it now for my 88 y/o mom

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

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  6. I could really use this for both of my parents (91 and 87)!

    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  7. Neat organizing areas: household instructions, allergies, routines, favorite foods, doctor's visits...

    I didn't see one for current medications tho - that would help with the elderly book!

    sksweeps (at) earthlink (dot) net

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  8. I saw they have different versions. child, special needs child, and aging parent.
    jwatkk at comcast dot net

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  9. I would use it for my Mother in Law. There ARE a lot of things to keep track of since she has Dementia. Its like trying to run two lives. This would really be a help.
    jwatkk at comcast dot net

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  10. you can put favorite foods and allergies in it
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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