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Check Out My Guest Post on Manilla.com


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Have you heard of Manilla.com? It’s a really great way to organize your bills, subscriptions and finances all in one place.  Yep — with just one password you can keep track of your frequent flyer miles, magazine subscriptions, utility bills, Netflix accounts, etc.  Never get miss a payment or let a coupon expire again. Who doesn’t love saving money and time? Right — no one!

I met with their team at BlogHer12 and I’ll be guest blogging for their site once a month about tips and tricks to be more productive!  Check out my first post: “Take Back Your Day and Get More Done.

The learn more about Manilla.com from fellow List Producer Carley Knobloch of Digitwirl.com click on this video:

Vacation Planning Made Easy With a List

Planning vacations is one of my favorite topics, and it is for others too.  For the most part, all that matters to people is that they get to relax and have a great vacation. I bring it up with almost everyone I meet because I love to get word-of-mouth recommendations for new adventures.

I recently met Korinne Kubena Belock, founder of Urban Simplicity, and we got to talking about trips of course. Korinne worked with Mayor Michael Bloomberg for 10 years as an organizer for his team. Since then she’s left and started her own organizing company in New York City to help people simplify their lives.

She mentioned that she was taking a trip to California and needed a guest blog while she was away. This is where I come in with one of my lists. I was thrilled when she asked me to guest blog and fill a void on her site while she basks in the sun! Check out my list for planning a vacation.

Never Go Clothes Shopping Without A List

How many times have you stared into your closet thinking, “I have nothing to wear!”? It used to happen to me quite often but then I figured out a system for stocking it. You guessed it — a list! Everybody seems to think that clothes shopping is an incredibly difficult task, but does it really need to be? You may have heard of a service called Stitch Fix that helps you gain some new wardrobe options based purely off your own style choices. If this idea interests you, you can find more info out about Stitch Fix by having a look at a review for the service.

I was fortunate to share this secret with the readers of Bneato.com — thanks to Beth Zeigler, the site’s founder. It’s a wonderful site with tips for organizing just about anything. Check out my guest post “Clothes Shopping With A List.”