Noteboard Keeps Me on Track

Noteboard

As a busy woman I am always on the look out for things that help make my life a little easier. As a blogger finding those items can be a bit difficult because truthfully what works for one blogger doesn’t always work for another. For example I have a hard time keep track of what products are coming in. I have set up spreadsheets but always get toto busy to enter the information, so I switched to an email folder system but then something comes in and I forget to move the folder to where it goes. So I was thrilled when I had the chance to review the Noteboard Foldable Pocket Whiteboard.

I knew right away what I would be doing with this handy little gadget. The fact that it folds up so small (small enough to fit into your pocket) is great because it means I can take it with me whenever I need to as well.  I want to actually get a pretty frame and hang it on the wall in my office space when I finally get back home. The reason is that I want to be able to write down products that are pending arrival so that I can simply mark them off when they come in and then go from there. I think if I see the list everyday then I will be more likely to go in and move the folder to the correct month. This will help me stay much more organized. You have your choice of plain white or flip it over and there is a grid.

 

The kids love that they can write on the Noteboard and have a great time with it but once we are back home it is all MINE! I know that makes me sound a bit harsh but my goal this year is to be more organized and I plan on using this little baby to the fullest. Before I said I could take it with me which is great for teaching a class, giving a presentation, or any other thing I may need it for. Another great use is for meal planning. The possibilities are simply endless.

 


13 Responses to Noteboard Keeps Me on Track

  1. Eileen says:

    We could use this too Rita. We have so many things on our calendar with kids, farm reports and bills, household bills and projects to keep track of, kids homework. Our little calendar on the fridge just doenst cut it and I am not good about putting things into my little phone…no android for me. Foldable means easy to put into a side pocket of my purse too. thanks!

  2. Mel says:

    I am always looking for ways to organize! Will check this out.

  3. Ari says:

    I would love to try this out. I am forever making lists and trying to keep organized, but a handy tool like this would help immensely.

  4. Donna George says:

    Keeping up with so much is hard. Nice to know that you can fold it up and take it with you so easily.

  5. Ambrielle Bender says:

    OH COOL! Hubby is army and when I do his laundry I find a tree worth of paper in his pockets from little notes about things! This would be an awesome gift for him!

  6. Tammy S says:

    I could use this big time! I am a visual person. so if I write it down and have it in front of me I will get it done. I love how you can take it with you. I probably would just hang it in my kitchen so I could keep everyone’s schedule on it.

  7. Tiffany Winner says:

    do the folds make it hard to write on?

  8. What a great organizational tool! I could really use this to keep track of stuff!

  9. Betty Baez says:

    very cool! a whiteboard that fold up the kids could be entertained when we go out and i could use it to write down shopping list or whatever else love it!

  10. Jennifer Dysart says:

    Nice! I am an avid list and note maker, i can’t function without it because I can’t keep track of everything

  11. Jean says:

    I could so use this!

  12. ellen beck says:

    This would be great- I am a post it not person and they are always getting lost and I dont use a smart phone for notes either. I think writing soemthing down reminds you to do it.

  13. Very cool :) I am always looking for ways to organize an this is great :)

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