Follow up Command Center Questions
Just wanted to answer a few questions that came up last week with regards to this beautiful picture of my girlfriend’s command center.
The cute magnetic picture frame key holders are from Lego but unfortunately aren’t available right now on the Lego site.
If you need more help creating a command center of your very own, this post from the past might help you with that and give you a few ideas.
For those interested in free responsibility charts, I created some awhile ago for my own family that you are more than welcome to print and use:
I’ve written before about why I think it’s a good idea to teach responsibility and you can read that story here.
As for the Fridge File, I can’t wait to send someone on a $100 Org Junkie Shop shopping spree (you might get even more excited about that when you see the cutest baskets I just added to my shop). To be eligible for this one, simply purchase the very awesome Fridge File for $13.00 + shipping (you can see the white one in the picture above for containing all those very important papers, schedules and notices) before Friday at midnight and you’ll be automatically entered. That is if we get 60 orders or more but guess what? We only have 20 more to go! Think we can do it? I think we can! Pass it on!
Oh and before I forget I wanted to tell you that last month’s promotion included giving away $100 to charity. I selected the charity from the comments I received on that post and I’m happy to say that at the recommendation of Angela Garza I’ve chosen to donate to The Liz Logelin Foundation. Here is a little more info from Angela:
“It was started by her husband Matt after her tragic death a day after giving birth to their daughter. He writes a beautiful, heartfelt blog about raising their daughter Madeline as a young Widower. He started the foundation because of so many blog readers that were wanting to help out and most of the donations come from his readers. The focus of the foundation is to give grants to recent widows and widowers with children to help ease their financial burdens. It’s an awesome blog community that has formed around him and his daughter Madeline, go check out his blog and the foundation.”
Thanks Angela for telling me about this site. One of my best girlfriends lost her husband to cancer only a few years ago at such a young age and that is why this charity really resonated with me.