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Review: Order Out of Chaos

This is a sponsored post.  As with all the products I blog about, I use them personally and opinions are my own, I was not influenced in any way by the compensation I received.

September is nearing which means school has or will be starting. This year I have two kids in school and tons of activities to keep tabs on. I am in desperate need of something that gets all this chaos organized.


About Order Out Of Chaos: 

It’s Easy. Assignments, due dates and after-school activities can be seen at a glance.

It’s Functional. Homework and studying are easily scheduled during “available” times.

It Puts the Student in Control. Students can plan time for schoolwork around after-school activities OR without leaving things until the last minute.
My Thoughts: 
I hate not being organized. It frustrates me to know end. With school starting I was getting stressed. I was trying to figure out how in the world I was going to keep track of five people’s different schedules. That’s when I found Order Out of Chaos planners. These are for students but I think they could be used for us moms too. On the left of the planner they have 5 different spots that can be used for subject. (I use one for each person) Then across the top is the days of the week. It makes it very visual for me to see who has what on what day of the week. I really love that part. At the bottom there is a spot for after school appointments, however I use it for my to do lists for that day. During the month view I use that to keep track of my bills. In my opinion it’s important to encourage our kids to be organized and I think this will be perfect tool to do so! As a person that loves to be organized I highly recommend this planner. It’s perfect for us moms and for a little students! 
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