Save time with new Apps

Normally I don’t waste my time gushing about products, especially something as commonplace as a free to use smartphone app, but I recently find myself with a little bit of extra time and I thought I’d let you know how I did it. The MomOrganizer app is my secret little tool that helps me get things done, make up my “honey do” lists, and keep all my important information in one place. No more running around looking for my shopping list before I rush out the door, the MomOrganizer let’s me write up the list right my phone. If I have my phone (which I always do) then I have my list. Vola! no more lost scraps of paper

The MomOrganizer is so much more then just a glorified notepad though. It is an all-in-one organizer and scheduling device that makes an active mom the go’s life a little bit easier when they are out running errands. Once I type that grocery list in, this sexy little app works it’s magic and searches for the best prices for all the products on my list. How snazzy! Then, based on its search engine;s findings the Momorganizer makes a one stop grocery store recommendation, that takes into account my location and my product preferences, it is simply unbelievable.

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Of course, the Momorganizer can’t do the shopping for me but it tells me where to go if I want to save money, and when I am shopping on a budget I can even use it to stay within my price point.

Oh, did I mention it can be used to make up your weekly meal plans too.

The MomOgranizer works just like an extra brain when I am exhausted after a hard night up with the kids. It recommends and web searches meal suggestions based on my grocery list, and targets easy to prepare meal solutions for me that are healthy nutritious and recommended by other moms using the app! The only thing it doesn’t do is cook the food up for you, making it even more helpful in the kitchen than my husband!

I used to look down at other moms who had their noses buried in their smartphones while they wandered through the marketplace, I get it now, they must be using MomOrganizer. This nifty little piece of software, is even more addicting then stalking your old friends on Facebook, or filling up your Pinterest page with DIY projects that, let’s be honest, “ain’t nobody really got time for that anyhow”. Well that is true, unless they have downloaded MomOrganizer, then they probably have lots of free time for that!

If you are looking for a unique time saving solution, then I highly recommend you start using the MomOrganizer to help you out. I am not exaggerating when I say that is my favourite application of all time. Busy mom’s like myself will really appreciate this great little product that was designed just for you, it works on both iPhone and Android devices and is available on the App Store today.

3 Books I Would Recommend For You

I don’t know about you, but it’s not as fulfilling to view art on a computer screen.
I very much enjoy appreciating art in paper form, specifically, in those large hardcover photo books. They are perfect for casual viewing on your coffee table with breakfast or for guests to browse.
On my coffee table right now, I have 3 specific books that just never get old. Even if I have read them 100 times, they still fascinate me with every gander. Additionally, they are printed beautifully and are almost a decoration for my living room. In this post I’m going to show you what I have for my coffee table.

1. Mastering Composition: Techniques and Principles to Dramatically Improve Your Painting
Ian Roberts who has been a painter with over 40 years of experience published this book in 2007. This book is great because it helped me understand the techniques artists use to take their paintings to the next level. It is photo heavy, which is great for casual browsing but also has step-by-step techniques using examples of some famous paintings. When I bought this book, I didn’t do too much painting, but even years later, it is still a great resource for me to review before any painting.
Even for a casual reader, this book presents some incredible insights into paintings with easy to understand language that gives its readers’ more appreciation for art.

2. Water Color Painting: A Comprehensive Approach to Mastering the Medium
Tom Hoffman is an artist and art teacher with more than 30 years of experience. His book was published fairly recently in 2012, but has been a staple in my collection ever since I bought it. Watercolor is, in my opinion, a mysterious medium that’s easy to use, but extremely difficult to master. It requires a combination of harsh and delicate strokes that are extremely difficult to combine in one piece.
This book helps the reader understand how colors, wetness, composition, and value work together to form one picture with its guides and colorful photos of master paintings.
3. Jean Haine’s Atmospheric Watercolours: Painting with Freedom, Expression and Style
I love this book by Jean Haine. She masterfully puts together a collection of watercolors that provoke a sense of freedom within the artist’s style. As a casual reader, you can expect to find a photo book filled with artistic watercolors that use various techniques to form various styles that offer a different look with each painting.
As an artist, this book will give you insight into different techniques to find your unique style and how to apply it in your paintings. Jean focuses on using a free style that allows more room for creativity than realism. The complete effect is new skills that will immediately show in your next paintings with more style and expression than ever before.
These are my top three favorite art books at the moment and they are all in front of me as I type this on my coffee table. If you don’t have these yet, I highly recommend you pick them up at your local bookstore or art supplies store (if they have it) and you will appreciate these mediums far more.

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