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Sponsor Spotlight: ListPlanIt

ListPlanIt

We’re excited to have ListPlanIt as one of our sponsors. We had the opportunity to interview them and get to know their company a little more recently:

Tell us about the history of ListPlanIt.

I had the idea for ListPlanIt in that chaotic week between Christmas and New Year’s Day. I had three young children, aged 2 to 6, and while I had always been a list maker, I was desperate for a simple way to keep track of and help manage the myriad of details that are involved in running a family and home. ListPlanIt has grown from 200 downloadable lists when it first launched in May 2007 to what it is today.

Tell us more about what ListPlanIt offers.

ListPlanIt is your complete resource with hundreds of lists all geared toward helping you get and stay organized. You’ll not only find downloadable lists, inventories, schedules, and to dos, but members now have the ability to create and store lists right in their ListPlanIt account and then access those lists from any device whether at home or on the go.

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How can ListPlanIt help us save money?

Being organized means saving money. Whether using a list at the grocery store, packing for a trip, planning a birthday party, or preparing for any of life’s events, having a list means that you get what you need and not a lot of stuff that you don’t need. It means not running out at the last minute because you’ve forgotten something, which will now cost a premium. Lists mean saving time and anxiety, as well as money.

Do you have any new products or promotions coming up?

A few years ago, I wrote an eBook called 100 Days to Christmas that tied in with the vast number of holiday planning lists available at ListPlanIt. 100 Days to Christmas starts on September 16 and counts down the 100 days that lead up to Christmas day. The idea is to start planning early so that you can enjoy December to the fullest.

The following year, I wrote 100 Days of Summertime, which journeys from about Memorial Day to Labor Day and gives a reminder, task, or activity to help make the most of your summertime fun.

Last year, I wrote 100 Days of a New Year, which was just newly updated for 2014. You can currently get the 100 Days of a New Year, which includes 75 lists and planning pages to help set goals for 2014, for just $5!

How can members get the most out of ListPlanIt?

Members to ListPlanIt.com can view some of our tutorials on how to get the most out of creating and managing lists as a ListPlanIt member. Your lists can be shared with friends and family on pinterest, Facebook, twitter, and via email so that next time there is a potluck or a wish list, sharing makes it easy. Members should subscribe to our weekly newsletter (The L.I.S.T.) to get tips and ideas delivered right to your inbox to inspire you to get the most out of your lists.

Anything else you’d like to add?

While new members to ListPlanIt automatically get a free 30-day trial to see if our lists are right for you, I’d like to share a coupon code exclusively for the MSM community for $1 off the monthly membership fee! Use the following coupon code at checkout: MSM20LISTS and you’ll get $1 off the monthly fee.

Interested in becoming a monthly sponsor or advertising with us? Find more details here.

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3 Comments

  • Sandra Moore says:

    The MSM website states that your 100 days of a New Year is $5.00. However, when added to the cart, the cost is $8.00.

    • MSM Team says:

      Sorry about that. I’ll check into the problem. Thanks for letting us know!

    • MSM Team says:

      Hi Sandra,

      ListPlanIt has changed the price for 100 Days of New Year back to $5 for everyone if you’d like to try again. Thanks again for letting us know about the issue! 🙂

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