Friday, 31 January 2014

Miracle Box Parent Organiser Giveaway

I think as a parent we come to learn that when we go out, we end up needing to take everything except the kitchen sink with us.

The Miracle Box has come up with a product to help us parents get a bit more organised with our belongings when out and about.

The buggy parent organiser simply attaches to your pram, buggy ot stroller using strong velcro straps. It contains three compartments, perfect for holding those much needed essentials. Inside there is a thermal bottle pocket, a mesh pocket to hold your phone and even internal zip pockets to pop your money and keys in.

miracle box parent organiser




Fitting on most prams, pushchairs and strollers, the Miracle box has noted that it fits on all prams and pushchairs with extending arms, you can check on their site and look at which pushchairs the parent organiser has been tested on.

I have been kindly allowed to give away one of these parent organisers to one lucky reader. You know the drill, just fill in the fallecoper below to be in with a chance of winning.

This giveaway is open to UK residents only and will close at 11.59 pm on the 13th of February 2014, all entries will be checked and verified so make sure you enter correctly.

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127 comments:

  1. Get things ready the night before so you don't get flustered looking for stuff just before you need to go out

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  2. a place for everything and every thing in place

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    1. Good idea. Though takes time, collaboration etc. Though can encourage true Team Work on common goals. Saves time, energy and disagreements in the long run. Though space for everything can become difficult as the family grows etc.

      Rachel Craig

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  3. i use lots of lists to keep everyone organised

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  4. I am so disorganised but find post it notes to be very useful!!I also have a family planner which helps me keep track of what is going on.I have been known to send phone alarms if there is something very important on that I need to be ready for!!

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  5. I write lists for everything i need to do, or take out, or sort.

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  6. We try so hard in our house to be organised sometimes it pays off other times there's just so much to do its bedlam

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  7. Family Daily Planners are great!

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  8. 1st Baby is due 2 weeks on monday eek! This would be very useful for our new pram!

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  9. We set up breakfast and clothes the night before, we have a planner a chore book and reminders on my phone.... I'm still not in control!

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  10. Good preparation, which I try to do most of the time, doesn't always happen but it helps

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  11. I write lists especially when I am packing

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  12. Daily planners are a life saver x

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  13. My first baby will be here on the 6th of Feb and the best thing to get organised has been to write lists - loads of lists

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  14. having a good routine and a set mental checklist that always runs in the same order!

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  15. keep clutter to a minimum its much easier to be organised if you can actually see things that need to be done

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  16. I always get everything prepared the night before, bags, lunch etc so there is no major panic in the morning!!!

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  17. Writing everything down in one place and ticking off as you go along
    (kim neville)

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  18. Do everything the night before

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  19. Forward planning. List can be helpful, and crossing off each thing as it is done can give a sense of satisfaction and or calm the 'butterflies' if excited.

    Rachel Craig

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    1. That was meant to be make a list .. My spell check is on over drive.

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  21. Lists and trying to do a bit in advance

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  22. For me it starts with a list! :-)

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  23. Try to things the night before, so there's no running around like a headless chicken the next morning

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  24. Catherine McAlinden31 January 2014 at 20:07

    Clear our the clutter!

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  25. Having everything in the same place and knowing where to find it.

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  26. Im a list maker. It helps me remember things i need to pack up, or things i need to buy

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  27. making list and keeping a strict diary

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  28. Write a list on your mobile then it is always with you

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  29. A planner, i used to dot post it notes around, but now invested in a personal planner and its fab xxx

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  30. I have a whiteboard on the fridge that I put important appointments and other dates on xx

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  31. Make lists and keep calm, dont stress

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  32. doing things in a certain order, and allocating household tasks to a certain day each week, then you know its done

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  33. gather everything you're going to need together and leave by front door to stop you from forgetting anything

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  34. Try to prepare lunches and forms etc the night before and leave them somewhere handy

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  35. Use an online Outlook calendar for everything & use recurring events so you remember birthdays every year.

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  36. I like to do a rough meal planner so I know what to buy for the week or roughly what needs to be taken out of the freezer that morn.

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  37. get ready the night before and plan for the week!!

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  38. I organise everything the night before so in the morning im not running around the house in a panic!

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  39. map out a plan on what to do and how to do it

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  40. Have twins. It's amazing how quickly that will make you learn to become super-efficiently organised. :)

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  41. It has to be get up that bit earlier...and always get yourself ready first!

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  42. with the eleventh grandchild due any day this thingemig will be a great help

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  43. Lists, spreadsheets and reminders on my phone help me to stay organised!

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  44. my wife likes to write everything down we need to do over the next week and we fit things in as and when we have time its a great way to work

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  45. i don't have one! im the most unorganised person ever!

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  46. Mine is to make a list and pack my bag and the kids' bags the night before. Mornings are too hectic!

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  47. Write a list or daily planners

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  48. Write a list of whats needed and make sure you tick of once you have sorted!!

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  49. I have lists for everything (sometimes I put things on the list that i've already done so I get the satisfaction of ticking something off!)

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  50. Give myself plenty of time. Hate being late

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  51. I always refill the changing bag when I get home so it is always ready to go. with twins you have to be organised

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  52. Write lists :) x

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  53. Sorting things out straight away instead of letting things pile up

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  54. dont let things pile up do it straight away and write lists

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  55. Put everything in a diary or filofax and put alarms on your phone. Put all your emails into folder so you can't delete them by accident.

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  56. I try to get as much ready the night before as I can!

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  57. Pam Francis Gregory10 February 2014 at 19:24

    Team work is key!

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  58. A planner on show in the house, so everyone can see it and know where they are supposed to be and when - warning, doesn't always work for husbands, lol!

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  59. a todo list with times aside each entry. Give you extra ambition to complete tasks on time.

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  60. erm organized hate to say it but im never organized xx I need help lol x

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  61. tobys proud mummy toys11 February 2014 at 18:25

    I try my best but still with planning sometimes things never end up with the way I planned I tend to jot things down on a priority list and work through it

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  62. a diary, post it notes, and pre plan everything

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  63. getting everything ready the night before

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  64. I use lists, I try my best anyway... doesn't always work! x

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  65. By using a calendar with lots of space for writing important info and writing lists

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  66. make a list and check it off as you go along

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  67. Buy a page a day diary, make a list for the day and tick things off as you go along

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  68. I'm a mum of twins, so getting things packed and organised while the kids are asleep/playing is key! x

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  69. I get everything ready the night before
    claire.bob23@hotmail.co.uk

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  70. Lists for everything

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  71. make sure everything you can get ready in advance is done!

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  72. Make yourself a list and number the items as they need to be done

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  73. PLANNING IN ADVANCE TO MAKE SURE THINGS GET DONE IN TIME

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  74. Write everything in a Filofax :)

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  75. planning! give your things ready well in advance so you dont forget things

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  76. I have a family planner with huge boxes and I write everything in there :)

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  77. Lots of checklists and to-do lists!

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  78. get everyone involved you cant organise everyone and everything yourself!

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  79. I have a family planner so we can all keep track of whats happening

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  80. Use the diary on my phone to track events

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  81. I make notes - of everything and as i get older its so helpful as the old memory is not want it used to be!

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  82. Lists, lists and lists for lists. I give myself a timeframe to complete the task and give myself a tick when done. I know I need to get out and see adult people more.

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  83. Prepare as much as you can the night before and if you have a bad memory like me then always have a calendar on display and write lists to remind you of what you need to remember :)

    Natalie Gillham

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  84. I have a diary and wall calendar x

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  85. just think ahead as far as possible

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  86. I always use calenders and diaries to keep notes of all appointments, play dates, birthdays and everything else! It's invaluable! I also make lists of things I need to do, things I need to buy, and always make sure I organise everything the night before to save any nightmares and hassle in the mornings!

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  87. lists for eveything,helps see the wood through the trees

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  88. i am not the most organized person in the world especially with my kids things can be so unpredictable lol to try and get organized for the school day i iron uniforms and have them laid out the night before.
    i also get them to choose their breakfast night before too because they take ages to decide!!

    as for appointments etc i have a diary that i write them all in so they are in one place. including payments i need to make for bills because my memory is not very good lol

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  89. Using my tablet for noting down everything!

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  90. Use a daily planner

    J.G. Williamson

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  91. I like to get everything ready the night before, then you have time in the moning for a nice peacful breakfast.

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  92. I try to get everything ready the night before and I have lists for everything!!

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  93. Try and keep things tidy and the organising is half done!

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  94. get things ready the night before

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  95. don't let others do it (interfere) and be systematic

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  96. Sort things out the night before

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  97. Plan plan plan1! I have a diary, a noticeboard, and lists for everything! Its the only way I can make sure I have enough time to get everything done!

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