Monday, February 25, 2008

Busy Body Book

I've just recently had the opportunity to review the 2008 Busy Body Book, a personal and family grid organizer. Back in January, on my other blog, I posted the favorite calendars and planners of some of my readers and this particular planner was my friend Jennifer's favorite.

As you can see this planner offers you the opportunity to schedule up to 5 family members in their own separate columns each week all on the same page. This could be extremely useful for families with kids constantly on the go with various activities. Another nice feature is the perforated "to do" sheets in the back.

The only downfall with this calendar for me is that they don't include a "month at a glance" calendar at the beginning of each month. They do however give you a condensed 6 months at a glance at the beginning of the book.

If you have been wanting to try this calendar out for yourself, now might be the right time because not only is Busy Body Book offering their 2008 Stripes and Zigzag planners for 50% off but also their Fridge Grid Pads as well.

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The Pikes said...

I just popped onto your blog from Lysa Terkeurst's blog. I LOVE that blog. Anyway, thanks for your post about writing the "about me". I have to admit, I haven't done that yet and I really ought to thanks.

I also REALLY like your planner. This is what I need.

JennP said...

I love calendars, agendas and so on. Even moreso the paper ones than electronic ones. However, there is one thing i do not like about the "busy" people planners. not this one in particular, but just in general. I think that those calendars seem to make us want to add more and more to it. I am trying to simplify so much because I find that we in society are overbooked all the time and we don't spend enough time just being at home doing unplanned things. I guess that having only one daughter at home makes it easier for me and that if I had 3 or 4 kids, i would probably need one of those and i would probably appreciate it too.
thanks for the review

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