There's more sites that do this but basically I've set up the ability to have things I don't usually remember like Suzanna mentioned in the video, pet meds, batteries for the smoke alarm, razors, toilet paper, etc... set to come automatically.
For example the smoke alarm batteries I've included a note to myself so when the batteries arrive, I don't have to remember what they are for. I would totally forget and my very helpful teens would help themselves to my batteries before I remembered.
As for toilet paper, razors, deodorant, these are items I was buying monthly without changing brands or paying attention to coupons. It's like having a magic pantry to have these items automated.
I've automated some food items too but monthly was overkill. We use rotel constantly - those diced tomatoes are the best but monthly was too much. I get a flat twice a year now. Easy to adjust.
I haven't used this yet but I'm planning on setting it up this weekend. I'll let you know. It sounds genius! What the video to discover why. Here's the Official Site for this app to learn MORE (but stay here until you finish pretty please)
Suzanna also mentions an all in one dashboard - it's brilliant. Here's the one she mentioned. Cyfe.com
If I was only allowed one bit of software for productivity this would be it. This is the motherload. But I should confess I actually use Google Spreadsheets which is the same thing but has the added benefit of being cloud based not computer based. This means I set up a family email with google and we all have access to it.
It's a must. If you aren't in love with it, you need to consider taking a class. I had to sign up at the local library for a course because what I figured out myself wasn't awesome. Pro's like Suzanna work Excel like it's black magic. She's a ninja. Look for a video tutorial soon - cause I'm going to pester her for one. Don't tell.....
So..... What did you discover is your hold up? Where are you going to make changes? What will you be automating on Amazon. Do tell. Share in the comments here or over on our FB page. I'd love to hear what you've learned.
She has special experience with organization for office, financial, ADD/ADHD, elderly, disabled, overwhelmed and special needs. With the belief that cluttered people are some of the most creative and interesting people she knows, she loves working with her clients in a supportive and loving environment.
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