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{Giveaway} Bricks 4 Fun: Harry Potter Hogwarts Lego

This giveaway has closed.  Congratulations to Renee P for winning the Hogwarts Pack. Bricks 4 Fun My little man, soon to be 9 LOVES Lego as I am sure every other boy his age does too.   When the toy brochures came in the junk mail recently he was circling just about everything.  He has […]

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  • Grosp

    My son would love Harry Potter’s Hogwart’s Castle as the more complex the design the more challenging and fun the putting together is.ReplyCancel

  • Lise

    My son has hardly any Lego, so really he would love ANYTHING from this great looking shop :) ReplyCancel

  • Trudy

    I love lego even more than my children, especially the Harry Potter lego. At the moment we are building a lego city in our lounge room, including houses and cars. We have recently got an airport to add to the collection. And my sons next birthday party is lego themed.ReplyCancel

    • Trudy – send Bricks 4 Fun a photo of your creation on facebook, we would love to see it and we can show and inspire everyone else.ReplyCancel

  • Gosh I hope I entered this right :) ReplyCancel

  • yeh, im not sure if i did it right…..ReplyCancel

  • My boys 10 n 12 both still love lego, ill be definately getting some more for christmas,
    Especially from your site. Harry potter lego looks awsome may have to add that too the fav list
    Thanks organised housewife katrina for sharing build 4 fun website, love it!!ReplyCancel

  • Entered! I hope it went through!!ReplyCancel

  • I tried to enter but don’t have a twitter account and don’t want one :o(ReplyCancel

  • Michelle K

    Both my kids love Lego. It usually covers the carpet in the lounge room. lol My son would love the Millennium Falcon. My daughter would love something from the lego city range. So much fun!ReplyCancel

  • Samantha Savva

    Miss 3.5 is a huge Lego fan. Lego is her BIG present for Christmas this year. So this would be able to add to her ever growing amazing collection. She has amazing fine motor skills and I love being able to challenge her and get her thinking and creating and Lego allows this. Also I found Bricks 4 Fun by accident the other week and was amazed at how awesome their store was!ReplyCancel

  • Elle

    My son Oliver absolutely loves Lego!
    I think he would be extreemly happy with one of those hogwarts Legos.
    And great idea about how to organise the Lego!ReplyCancel

  • Donna

    What a great shop! My first son would love anything the hogwarts train and my youngest son would love anything Cars! I would love a big box of brickss! lol. ReplyCancel

  • Tamsin Chisnall

    awesome shop.. my son would like ANYTHING lego esp harry potterReplyCancel

    • Thanks for the amazing compliment – we are always eager to have feedback on our website.ReplyCancel

  • Kristy

    LOVES Pirates of the Carribean Lego!!! ReplyCancel

  • Kelly

    Ooooo we just love Lego & Harry Potter in our house – what a great giveaway!!!ReplyCancel

  • Is there any better match than Lego & Harry Potter? My 9 year old has been drooling over the Hogwarts Castle for ages.ReplyCancel

  • Amanda Lyons

    Thats amazing, what a great giveaway! Love lego, love harry potter!ReplyCancel

  • Paula

    Wow… My kids will grow into this one very soon…ReplyCancel

  • Annie Jennings

    Master 7 loves loves loves the Harry Potter Quidditch match set! I love this website, I can see many purchases going on here :D ReplyCancel

  • Lisa

    Have been very pleased with Bricks 4 fun service in the past, favourites at present would be Shuttle expedition for my son and Playful puppies for my daughterReplyCancel

  • Rebecca Clack

    My little sister would absolutely love anything Harry Potter!ReplyCancel

  • Tegan

    Wow my 5 year old has just got into little lego. This would be a challange for him but he would love it.ReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    Belville is definitely on the Christmas list for my daughter and I already have 2 little cars packs on lay by for my son
    we all love lego in this house, hubby collects star wars and I play the xbox games so it is awesome for everyone (don’t tell anyone I just admitted that please) :D ReplyCancel

    • Michelle, We offer free gift wrap and card to all our FB Likers( see our FB site), great for when you want that gift from Santa wrapped and hidden from prying eyes. No getting caught out using the same paper or the kids recognising your writing.ReplyCancel

  • Di

    The Belville line- love that they have stuff for girls as well :D ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    Lightening McQueen would make my son super excited!ReplyCancel

  • My girls love planes, cars and houses so I think My First Lego Set covers that.ReplyCancel

  • Karen

    We love Lego! Especially love seeing some of the ones I haven’t seen in stores at Bricks for Fun!ReplyCancel

    • Hi Karen – thanks for your comment.
      We try and keep a good stock of anything that LEGO australia has available, we do not display anything on our website that we do not have in stock which means we can ship immediately.

      http://www.bricks-4-fun.com.auReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Lego + kids = Great fun and hours of play! My kid’s favourite would be the “Shuttle Expedition”ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Lego + kids = Great fun and hours of play! My kid’s favourite would be the “Shuttle Expedition”.ReplyCancel

  • Annaleis Topham

    Hayden loves Lego! Just about to place an order with bricks4fun!ReplyCancel

  • Livvie7586

    star wars lego, any of itReplyCancel

  • I would love a basic bricks kit for the begining of our sons collection, he is ready to move on from his Duplo now. My sister however at 26 would babysit for a year if i got her the Hogwarts Lego pack!ReplyCancel

  • Flaviamalinverno83

    We love Lego! We have the whole pirate collection. Would love to have something new to add to it :) ReplyCancel

  • Jasmine

    My girls love playing board games, so I think they would love “Creationary”. Perfect, a board game and Lego all in one :) ReplyCancel

    • Noeleen

      Creationary is good fun for the kids, but, its great fun playing with other adults too…….our friends enjoy playing it without the kids !ReplyCancel

  • Donna

    My 12 year old girls would love Hogwarts or the Hogwarts Express. They love Harry Potter and I love that Lego keeps them young and creative and keeps them playing, even into the teenage years. We have 3 younger daughters to pass them down too, as well. Years and years of enjoyment!ReplyCancel

  • My soon to be 5 year old son would love the Star Wars Lego: Republic Frigate. He loves to build star wars themed creations that he has dreamed up. ReplyCancel

    • Amy, my son loves to make up his own creations too – every time I enter his room there is a new scene set up on his base boards and he spends ages explaining the intricate details to me. Its wonderful to see them using their imagination.ReplyCancel

  • Rachel Lutze

    Oh my goodness, my six year old daughter would think she had died and gone to heaven if we won this!
    She is an avid Harry fan, she has seen all the movies, and we are reading the books together at bedtime.
    She would love any of the Harry Potter Lego, especially the big castle.ReplyCancel

    • We have the big Hogwarts Castle online for $179.99. It is a fantastic set with incredible details, like Dumbledore’s office with sliding stairs.
      Have you tried playing the LEGO Harry Potter game yet? it’s very popular amoung Potter fans.ReplyCancel

  • Tmbrew71

    My son loves Star Wars lego and would love Anakin and Sebulba’s pod racer set. That being said he also loves Harry Potter and Indianna Jones too. Lego is all he has wanted for Christmas and birthdays for many years!ReplyCancel

    • Bricks 4 Fun

      The Podracers is a great set and the Pods are easy to play with. I love the colours, even the box is appealing. Have you seen the Podracers video clip on Bricks 4 Fun’s website?ReplyCancel

  • Claire Bailey

    My son loves lego and is just getting into Harry, this would indeed make his face light up.ReplyCancel

  • Claire Lewis

    My little girl is still a bit young for ‘real’ lego (although her cousin is a big fan!) so I think the Duplo Marketplace set would be perfect for her at this age.ReplyCancel

  • Craftymum7

    Lego is HUGE in our house with 5 boys,the yotunger ones are right into harry potter and the older ones star wars.They even have lego that was mine and their dads too.ReplyCancel

    • Its always good to hear when LEGO is passed down to the next generation. At least when you buy LEGO you know it is a quality product and will not break in a week. Also if you loose any pieces you can always get replacement pieces.

      http://www.bricks-4-fun.com.auReplyCancel

  • Ruth

    My almost 8 year old would LOVE the Lego City passenger train set. He loves anything trains & anything lego so this would be a great hit.ReplyCancel

  • Belinda

    My 6 year old would choose the LEGO star wars Brickmaster. Might just order it for him under the Christmas tree. Within my budget and will be a great suprise for him Chrismtas day.
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    • We offer free gift wrapping and tag to all our Facebook Likers if they request it. See our FB page for details if you want to order.

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  • Anonymous

    Ooh Master 6 has just started getting lego and already hes asking about more and more that he wants !! I can just see that it will get to take over our 12 seater dining room table!! ReplyCancel

  • Bel

    Master almost 8 is saving madly for the Alien Conquest Mother Ship :) ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    My daughter (aged almost 5) loves anything to do with Lego City – she will play fire engines and police for hours on end!ReplyCancel

  • Heather

    My son would love the shuttle expedition….ever since he’s been talking about space at school, he’s obsessed…thank you for the opportunity to enter your competitionReplyCancel

  • Cass

    My daughter would love the Hillside House.ReplyCancel

    • Creator Series is my personal favourite. My daughter and I love the houses (must be a girl thing)ReplyCancel

  • Betty

    Mine are just beginning with their Lego collection, nearly 4 and 5. I know they would love the mini figures first because this creates the interaction for them to play and then they build. The Pirates of the Carribean perhaps because they love treasure maps and all things pirate although they haven’t seen the movie. Any recommendations for a beginners set?ReplyCancel

    • Hi Betty
      We have a number of smaller vehicles with a minifig which are easier to build and provide great play opportunities – these are what we started with when our son was nearly 4. There are also the mini creator sets which give the option of three different things to build and come in a handy reusable container.
      These options can be seen in our Under $10 album on our facebook site.

      LEGO CITY has a number of vehicles priced between $10 and $30, which are relatively easy to build and quite sturdy to play with – you could add a large set, eg. LEGO Police Station, at a later date.

      The LEGO Large Brick Box, which comes under the Bricks and More section, is a fantastic set to start with. It comes in a handy reusable box which is great for storing your LEGO and contains a great mix of standard bricks in various colours, as well as house and wheels elements and an instruction book to help you get started.

      If they love Pirates then the Pirates Brickmaster could be an option. The Pirate Brickmaster has 140 bricks and two minifigs and can build 15 different models, using the instructions in the book. These Brickmasters also come in CITY, Star Wars and Ninjago.

      I hope we were of help, please do not hesitate to contact us if you need any further assistance.

      http://www.bricks-4-fun.com.au

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  • Fisherosa

    Lego is my 8yr old’s obsession, and has been for a few years now. His latest purchase was the Pirates of the Carribean Blackbeard ship which took a lot of savings, and a birthday, to get!ReplyCancel

    • We have a great range of Pirate of the Caribbean sets on our website, the most recent addition being ‘The Black Pearl’.
      Hope he continues to enjoy LEGO, we would love to see some of his creations if you would like to post them on our facebook site.
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  • My 8 yr old son LOVES lego, he is amazing at it he wants to be a builder when he grows up and if he anywhere near as good at that as he is a lego he is going to be the top builder in town. He loves lego city but also wanted a harry potter one for xmas but by the time i got to the one he wanted at toy sale time they were all sold out :( ReplyCancel

  • Jo

    My little guy loves Lego, and I love watching his fantastic creations as his imagination expands! He has many different sets from the City collection, but I think it is time to move on to some more grown up sets. I do not love it when I step on a piece of Lego hiding in the carpet LOL!!ReplyCancel

  • My 11 yr old Daughter has this at the top of her Christmas wishlist ~ which has surprised (but delighted) us! I think the Harry Potter theme is ingenious, there are going to be young girls wanting Lego now – not just the boys :) ReplyCancel

  • At the top of my son’s wishlist (assuming unlimited funds!) would be the Ninjago Fire Temple. ReplyCancel

  • Linda

    My 11 year old daughter loves Harry Potter and still loves her Lego! She cuts out all the Harry Potter merchandise from the catalogues! I love that she is still into playing with Lego, such a great invention loved by all!!!ReplyCancel

  • The Pirate of the Caribbean set is our favourite item!ReplyCancel

  • krit

    I don’t know, way too many to choose from. My kids list is too long.ReplyCancel

  • Lee-anne

    My twins would love anything harry potter as they have just discovered it. They were collecting the toy story lego but can’t seem to find anymore of it.ReplyCancel

  • Sabrina

    My son hasn’t started with Lego yet but he would love the Cars sets
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  • Leimay Cherry

    I can see my son loving the entire Star Wars Lego range but particularly Anakin’s and Sebulba’s podracers set. ReplyCancel

  • Tamsin Chisnall

    my son loves starwars lego, ninjago and harry potter as well as the city range and pirates :) ReplyCancel

  • Barbara

    My son is loves ALL lego but especially loves Star Wars (it’s genetic ;) He was drooling over the Republican Frigate ;) Thanks for the chance to win!ReplyCancel

  • Mel

    My son loves any Lego but I think his topchoice would be the hogwarts castle, my daugher enjoys playing (and messing up) her brothers Lego so I think she needs to get her own and I know she would love the horse stable as it has PINK Lego!ReplyCancel

  • Kristen

    Lego & Harry Potter, my son would be beside himself!!ReplyCancel

  • Lego is timeless and I have a feeling Harry Potter is going to be, too. I agree with you about waiting for the other films. They will still e there when the kids are ready. My daughter was lucky because she was Harry’s age as each book came out. But I waited a while with my son. Thanks for the great giveaway.ReplyCancel

  • Leesa

    My girls love all kinds of legos and it is great cause it can keep them occupied for ages! They don’t have a great deal of it but I must invest in some more.

    I think my girls would LOVE the BELVILLE range. ReplyCancel

  • jess robinson

    My 3 yr old is just starting to get into lego (but still loves her duplo!). She i enjoying playing with my 28 yr old lego at the moment!ReplyCancel

  • Rebekah Dundon

    My 9 year old would absolutely love any of the Harry Potter Lego…he is a bit obsessed at the moment :) ReplyCancel

  • Kylie

    I have a seven and five year old who love their lego! I like the seperate container idea for the bags, save the toddler trying to open the bags before we need them!ReplyCancel

  • Tammy Flynn

    So glad that Kat has pointed me in the direction of purchasing Lego online (never thought to do it in the past though I shop for many other products online!).
    As a Tupperware Manager, I also love the Fuel Pack containers she’s stored the Lego pieces in – a fantastic idea I never even thought of – but will definitely do in the future!ReplyCancel

  • Kristie Rue

    My son loves lego and Star Wars, and Harry POtter, and Lego… he said he couldn’t decide on one favourite…. and to surprise him LOL … easily pleased!ReplyCancel

  • Sally

    My son is aching for the new Lighthouse and the Hillside house. He is getting the Lighthouse for Christmas, and I would love the Hillside House to go with it for him.ReplyCancel

  • KA

    My son is a new Harry Potter devotee !!!!
    I think he would be ecstatic to have anything to do with Harry Potter, but I think in particular he would love the Hogwarts Express, or the Hogwarts Castle !
    We do have a little HarryPotter lego cauldron magic game he got last Christmas. Since discovering who Harry is, that game has never been played sooooooo much !!ReplyCancel

  • My son would love the black pearl from the pirates of the caribbean collection but hes a bit young yet so id say agent mater hes his fav from the cars movies.ReplyCancel

  • Rhianon Avis

    Any lego would improve my son’s fine motor skills. We were just discussing lego for christmas. Bricks 4 Fun would be an easy way to get it to my house without him seeing me! (off to check it out!) Thanks!!ReplyCancel

    • We would be more than happy to help you Rhianon.
      We also provide a gift wrap and card service, so if you’re wanting the present to remain a surprise or if you need it to be send from Santa we are more than happy to oblige. ReplyCancel

  • We love lego in this house, my son would love the lego city Airport, he has such a fascination for planes. They love to build cities with the lego they have. It provides hours of fun and a good workout of their imaginationsReplyCancel

  • Ozbrooke

    My son loves everything christmas and would LOVE the winter toy shop, I haven’t seen those elsewhere!
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  • Anna

    My son loves Harry Potter as well! He would LOVE any Harry Potter LEGO!ReplyCancel

  • Cate

    My 3 kiddies love anything Harry potter and star wars, Lego is their favorite thing to do. they would love hogwarts, but the toy shop is fantastic too!!!ReplyCancel

  • My son is just getting into Lego but his love is already strong. His favourites at the moment are Star Wars but in reality, he just loves it all regardless. His top choice would be something from the Star Wars range.ReplyCancel

  • Kate Robertson

    My son also has poor fine motor skills and has begun to show a great love for lego. The Harry Potter interest is mainly mine so it would provide great interest and quality time together for us. :) ReplyCancel

  • Philippa C

    Anything from the Belville range as they contain the much coveted pink Lego pieces.ReplyCancel

  • Genevieve Peden

    My son would go nuts for this. We love Lego in this house . . . until mummy stands on a random piece that was left out :-/ReplyCancel

  • Ryanne Samar

    My Boys (12yo and 3yo) both love Lego…My eldest would love the Lego Star wars Republic Frigate or anything from the new Ninjago. And my little one is into Lego Disney Cars :)

    P.S. I just came around your site a few weeks ago and I’m loving ur blog and FB page…… More power on your blog and network sites!!!

    Proud Mom of 2boys,
    RyanneReplyCancel

  • Cassie heffernan

    My kidd dont have any lego yet, but have asked for some ‘girly’ lego! So they want the pink lego! But i think they would live any lego, they love building and creating their own little worlds :) ReplyCancel

  • Josie

    my (almost) 9 year old is obsessed with Lego as well! Santa’s biggest problem this year is choosing WHICH lego to buy!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Ohh would love this for my daughters! They love Harry Potter Lego :D ReplyCancel

  • Kylie

    My son has outgrown his Lego (17) but now my 8 year old daughter has been playing with it, the big pink box is looking great for Chrissy.ReplyCancel

  • Hayles07

    Lego is big in our house! My oldest son would love the Ultimate Build Lightning McQueen to go with the rest of his Cars lego and my youngest son loves any of the duplo!ReplyCancel

  • Salena Lee

    my girls love legos!ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca

    My girls would love the Belville Lego, and my nephew would love anything LegoReplyCancel

  • Taryn Franklin

    Lego is one of our family favourites!Our whole family likes to sit down and enjoy building and creating together!
    My son who is the avid Lego enthusiast would love the Ninjago Skull Truck as he has been eyeing it off for a while!
    Although he would be happy with anything he could add to his collection:)
    Great idea starting a Lego Store! We will be visiting frequently.ReplyCancel

    • Thanks for your support…..let us know if there is anything in particular you would like to see us bring onto our website in the future.
      Love the comments and input from our LEGO family.
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  • jessica foot

    My boys live and breath lego here!ReplyCancel

  • Kate @ Puddles and Gumboots

    My oldest boy’s dream new lego set would the Queen Anne’s Revenge pirate ship ReplyCancel

  • Steve Shaz

    We never seem to leave a shop without admiring the latest Lego. Everything revolves around legoReplyCancel

  • Kellydelarue

    My son just loves his LEGO, but loves his “Harry” LEGO the Best – And HOGWARTS is what’s on his Christmas list, to fit in with All of the Rest. ReplyCancel

  • Kara

    My two eldest children love LEGO, Bellvue for my daughter has given her hours of pleasure and my son has loved his farm set and header (farm boy through and through!) This year they have both developed a passion for Harry Potter, so that’s the next to add to our collection. My two littlest boys are just starting out on their LEGO journey and are loving Duplo.ReplyCancel

  • Kirrily

    Mack’s team truck. My little boy has a small Cars obsession!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda Bobby

    Would love this not only for my Kids but for me… i had lego as a kid and now my kids have it as well…. its great for the imagination and fine motor skills… Lego RocksReplyCancel

  • Tamsin Chisnall

    starwars, ninjago, harry potter, lego city, pirates of the carribean my son LOVES all of the above! he has had had some problems with low tone muscle and development delay, lego has been the one thing that keeps him focused and has been so good for his fine motor skills…. i could throw away all his toys and just keep the lego and he would be happy!ReplyCancel

  • Cars or Toy story. But in saying that he is very much into Star Wards at the moment.ReplyCancel

  • Robyn Hutchins

    My 3yo son is just getting into lego so the Lego Duplo Lightening McQueen Cars would be just what he’d love – 2 of his favourites in one toy!ReplyCancel

  • I’m not sure who would enjoy this more, my kids or my partner ;) ReplyCancel

  • Donna Lewin

    Any of the Star wars Lego- my son would love :) And my other son loves the Harry Potter Lego :) ReplyCancel

  • The_samstar2001

    Happy potter Hogwarts castle for sure!!ReplyCancel

  • Carolyn F

    My son would love the Lego Creator Lighthouse. How cool would owning a light up brick be!ReplyCancel

  • My grandson in Melb doesnt ask for anything but the other night on phone said Nana could i please have Lego for xmas // He plays Lego all day // so would love to win this for him .ReplyCancel

  • Nicole Mc

    I found the Bricks 4 fun site the other day! Very cool, my son (haha, and hubby!!) love playing with Lego :) I know my son would love the Spy Jet Escape from Cars!ReplyCancel

  • Julie

    My son 9 loves Lego and it is great as he has fine motor and spatial skill problems so Lego is highly encouraged in our house! My son LOVES anything from the City range and really wants all the Spacestation Lego and Harry Potter Lego especially the Knight BusReplyCancel

  • Debbie

    Love the Bricks for Fun site….have 5 boys and they would be totally stoked to win any sort of Lego as they are keen collectors of anything Lego :-) ReplyCancel

  • Kathryn

    My Son loves to collect the LEGO Mini-figurines. I’ve already bought him one of the LEGO display cases for him to show them offReplyCancel

  • Louisap

    My boy is just getting in to lego. But sooo brilliant for his fine motor and concentration. Also something special to do together while the new arrival sleeps :-) ReplyCancel

  • My son (and husband) would love any of the Atlantis or Harry Potter sets. They are so cool!ReplyCancel

  • Vbrindley01

    Both my son and daughter love Lego, she would love a Christmas themed lego, and he would be happy with anything StarWars. ReplyCancel

  • Carolineabrahams

    Oh where do I start? Well my son would love the star wars lego, and he would also love the ninjaloo lego and the harry potter lego and the pirates of the carribean lego…….Should i stop now??? Basically if he were to win this competition he would be happy with anything and everything. He just LURVES LEGO!!!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    My Daughter would love the Harry Potter Hogwarts Express! She has been asking for it for awhile. She loves all things with wheels or wings or Harry Potter!!ReplyCancel

  • Mybug2010

    My nephews would go nuts for this!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Cathy

    My wholw family loves Harry Potter and lego. What a great giveawayReplyCancel

  • Robyn

    My 10 year old would love anything Harry Potter! He would be so excited and I would enjoy watching him build it.ReplyCancel

  • josie73

    My son loves, loves, loves Lego and Harry Potter, so anything from the Harry Potter range would be wonderful, especially Hogwarts Express.ReplyCancel

  • Thanks Bricks for Fun and Organised Housewife for an AWESOME GIVEAWAY. DS1 LOVES LEGO. He sleeps with it, builds it day and night. He is really into Lego City. With every Catalogue we see, he devours it suggesting that he wants this one and this one…..ReplyCancel

{Giveaway} Fiona Kate – Major Sack

This giveaway has now closed.  Congratulations to Bec for winning the Major Sack.  Major Sack I was thrilled when Fiona from Fiona Kate asked me to review the Major Sack for her.  At first I thought this sack was for Christmas, it comes in a variety of 4 colours, so you could easily use the Red […]

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  • Salena Lee

    What a cute bag and in my favorite color! How do I enter?ReplyCancel

  • Samantha Savva

    Oh I saw these bags last Christmas and was jealous of everyone buying them! I couldn’t justify buying one as I had made out Santa Sacks. Never thought to put them to other uses! Would love one for Miss O to use on her sleep overs!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    great bag and I love the colour!!ReplyCancel

  • Karina Lamb

    Love them!!!!! Please enter me in the competition. Perfect for storage of winter clothes ! :) ReplyCancel

  • Holly N.

    Cool bag!
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  • Lucy mcL

    Wow these are gorgeous! I would loooooove to win one!ReplyCancel

  • Natalie

    Wow how cool is Fiona Kate, I love boxes and storage its all so cool if I had to pick a fav I would say the Monster box! Imagine what I could hide in there :) ReplyCancel

  • Powerchick007

    I could certainly turn this into a xmas sack :) ReplyCancel

  • lisa lawson

    What a great prize beautifulReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth B

    The storage cushion – natty!ReplyCancel

  • Sally

    Found it hard to come up witha favourite, but kept going back to the Poster holder. It’s awesome. However, if the sack was to find it’s way into my hands, I wouldn’t be complaining!!! It would make an awesome x-mas sack for the joint presents for my 4 kids!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Oh my! I have been looking for a page like hers for SO long!!! Thank you thank you thank you!! <3ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    I love the poster grid! Thanks for the chance to win!ReplyCancel

  • Lee R

    Love the chalk spots!ReplyCancel

  • Betty

    The sacks are just gorgeous, what a great price too!ReplyCancel

  • Kylie

    Chalk dots Oh my can’t wait to order some! The Sack – love it. Funky Funky!ReplyCancel

  • Karen

    Beautiful products! A pink toy sack if just what my little girl needs in her room :) Thanks for sharingReplyCancel

  • Cinox367

    I love the sack, but my favourite is the monster box, I would love to make it into a memory box :) ReplyCancel

  • Super cute, love the pink for my girls :) ReplyCancel

  • I love the chalkboards! I can definitely see some of those going up in our house soon
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  • Claire

    Love the storage bags… but also like the chalkboard spots :) ReplyCancel

  • What a great idea, I’d love to win one!ReplyCancel

  • Celia

    i liked the lego solution pack, so nice
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  • Bec Sherman

    I love the Poster grid. Such a great way to show art.ReplyCancel

  • Donna

    I love the sacks! I can think of so many uses for them- not just for christmas! I need one for me!ReplyCancel

  • I think the sacks would be fantastic for travelling in the car, keep all the toys and books in one at each kids feet! I’d love to win one!ReplyCancel

  • Trina

    I lovel the chalkboard dots!ReplyCancel

  • Fisherosa

    I love the Art Folders on Fiona Kate – perfect for all the bits coming home from school!ReplyCancel

  • jorobkia

    I think the major sack is actually my favourite product.ReplyCancel

  • Mademoiselle Slimalicious

    My favourite item is the monster box, because my kids have so much toys!ReplyCancel

  • Im really loving the sack the most perfect for christmas!ReplyCancel

  • Sebnar

    My favourite item are the art folders. What a great way of storing all those precious pieces of art workReplyCancel

  • Wow i love the Major Sacs they are fantastic.ReplyCancel

  • Natasha Horsham

    Can think of some many uses. A free one would the best away to see how well my ideas would workReplyCancel

  • CrystalB

    The poster grid is my favourite item.ReplyCancel

  • Love the Chalk Spot & Alphabet decals! And obviously the Major Sacs! :-) ReplyCancel

  • Erica Sumners

    They look so cute, love the pink!ReplyCancel

  • Kiara M.

    Love it-what a great idea! (especially love the size and the fact a pillow could fit in it)ReplyCancel

  • Melisa McCarthy

    Love the postie holders!ReplyCancel

  • Elise Blogger

    Besides the sack which is the most awesome thing ever, I’m also loving the chalkboardReplyCancel

  • Jlwarren

    Love these sacks – so versatile!!ReplyCancel

  • Rachel

    Love theses sacks and LOVE the monster box – such great storage ideasReplyCancel

  • Salena Lee

    i like the sack in pinkReplyCancel

  • Sandra Jones

    I do like the sacks, but also like the idea of the storage cushion – great place to store pj’s and bed toys (that look a little worse for wear after being washed upteenth times)…ReplyCancel

  • Samy_savva

    Love the idea as a storage solution!!! Jealous of people who have these, I could never justify spending that much on JUST a sack but now if I have other uses hubby might not have an argument heheReplyCancel

  • Leesa

    What an awesome idea!!

    Great giveaway!!! ReplyCancel

  • Bell Harlow

    I love the multiple ways of entering :)

    My favourite item is the sacks but…….. I also love chalk boards they are a great idea for the kids rooms and kitchen.ReplyCancel

  • Natalie Blanch

    My favourite item are the chalk boards, they’d be very handy!ReplyCancel

  • Jasmine

    What a gorgeous idea & a great place to hide extra teddy’s :) ReplyCancel

  • Gemmiealliston

    SO many great choices but I would pick the cute ‘major’ pink box :) ReplyCancel

  • my favourite item is the art folders fantastic way to store your child’s artReplyCancel

  • Jennib78

    I love the luminous butterlies, both my kids are crazy about butterflies! Oh and I love the postie major!ReplyCancel

  • Bec~Because Everything Counts

    I’d have to say I cant go bast the Major Sack..we’re away for Christmas this year and it would be perfect to store her presents in the car..like a giant Santa SackReplyCancel

  • Awesome Sacks! Perfect for lil girls and boys!!! Loving the storage cushion!ReplyCancel

  • I definitely love all of the chalkboard items, the board and the dots are just great and would be so very handy around my home.ReplyCancel

  • Mel Hortin

    Fiona kate storage ideas are great. Love the boxes but the storage cushion is awesome and my favourite. The sacks are super cute and perfect for those sleepovers or for the kids to throw their toys into.ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Harmon

    Major sack gets a major thumbs up from me. What a great idea Fiona Kate, perfect for a busy Christmas morning with two very excited children, now they have somewhere to store their loot.ReplyCancel

  • Moniqueknight1

    Wow amazing stuff thanks once again for guiding us to these sites. Love the boxes because I am and Organised freak (can never have to many boxes)ReplyCancel

  • Oh I love the boxes, they are awesome! They would come in handy around the house. :) ReplyCancel

  • What a great useful idea and so stylish too!ReplyCancel

  • Josie

    love the poster grid – I want a wall of them!!ReplyCancel

  • Katherine

    So much great stuff, but I think I like the table top box the best! My son would love it!ReplyCancel

  • Julie-Ann

    I love all these things! Anything to help organise!ReplyCancel

  • Betty

    Loved the poster grid and the boxes for memory keeping purposes are on my list. They love to have their special pieces in a place all their own. It’s all gorgeous and simple. ThankyouReplyCancel

{Giveaway} bragbags Australia 4 in 1 Striped Tote

This giveaway is now closed – congratulations to Kerry S you will be receiving a 4 in 1 Large Striped Tote Exclusive offer to The Organised Housewife Readers – purchase this 4in1 Tote and you will receive a FREE Organiser, purchases must be made by Saturday 18th November bragbags Australia – 4 in 1 Large Striped Tote Without […]

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  • Chriskostecki

    This bag looks exactly like what I have been looking for when traveling.ReplyCancel

  • Paula

    Wow… this looks fabulous. Would love to have one of these. I might have to email the link to hubby for some christmas inspiration!ReplyCancel

  • hi. how can i enter. there is no link on websiteReplyCancel

  • tracey

    Have a beautiful day everyone!!ReplyCancel

  • Jalna

    How do I enter? The link doesn’t seem to be working.ReplyCancel

  • Samantha Savva

    Oh love the Brag Bags! I would love one
    In my collection. Already follow them on Facebook :-) ReplyCancel

  • it won’t let me enter on the website… is it me or the website???ReplyCancel

  • Kylie Rutherford

    What would it be like to own a Brag Bag, oh to Brag about my Brag Bag, I gotta get myself one of those Brag Bags, I have to win myself a Brag Bag!ReplyCancel

  • If you are trying to find us we are at bragbags australia :) We have this tote in 3 colours….ReplyCancel

  • Marcena

    It’s an awesome bag, I’d love to enter the comp but the link doesn’t seem to be working. ReplyCancel

  • Amandajane Snell

    Would love 2 win this bag….ReplyCancel

  • id love to win this :) ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    I think my favourite is the Linen and Leather Hobo With Heart Charm. I’d have to get the scotchguard though as it would be grubby looking in no time!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    This bag is perfect for travelling with my little men! Love it!ReplyCancel

  • I like the leather whipstitch large tote in red!ReplyCancel

  • Christeen

    Thanks for the link to the website. Had a look and I liked the blue stripe one. I must admit I also liked the flower bag as well!ReplyCancel

  • Sharon

    Love the bag. I’m always looking for something practical but stylish as well.ReplyCancel

  • I’m a sucker for a tote and instantly fell in love with the red leather whipstitch tote.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Pretty satin evening bag with ruffle detail, love it!!!! :) ReplyCancel

  • Sharon Thurston

    Ok, I’m in Bag-Lover Heaven! If I have to pick just one…gotta say how hard that is though…I love the detail on the Leather Whipstitch Shoulder Bag in cream. It’s beautiful!
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  • Michelle Rayner

    Ooooh – these look fabulous! And with kids you can always use ore room in your bag for all of life’s “necessities”!ReplyCancel

  • I’m a bag addict – this looks like the perfect addition to my collection!!ReplyCancel

  • Georgia

    Besides the messenger tote i love the whipstitch large tote bag.ReplyCancel

  • Natalie Blanch

    I love the Flower Satchel at Brag Bags – gorgeous design detail :) ReplyCancel

  • Micky

    The 3 Way Leather Bag is such a nifty idea, very practical and great designReplyCancel

  • I love the Jewellery hangers ReplyCancel

  • Regina

    Wow I like the look of this bag very handy for a mother of 3 who has to take half the house everytime we go out anywhere.ReplyCancel

  • Kristy

    I love this bag, but I seem to think no matter how big the bag it is always to small because I always seem to fill them with lots of crap and now with a baby 15 times more crap has to fit into themReplyCancel

  • Andrea

    loving the versatility of this tote bag – so many applications!
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  • Leonie

    The ‘whipstitch tote’ would be my favourite, love the red, stylish and practicalReplyCancel

  • Kyliepullen

    Love the blue 4 in 1 Striped tote.ReplyCancel

  • Kathy Wiles

    Simple, elegant, love it!ReplyCancel

  • Amie Codlin

    I love the Linen Pleated Shoulder Red Paisley bag.ReplyCancel

  • Zara

    love the idea of such a versatile tote bag ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    Thanks for the chance to win, it’s gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • Leimay Cherry

    I really like the Handbag Organiser Corporate 2 piece set i could see it being very useful for my large bag and the smaller being able to slot right into my little bag.ReplyCancel

  • Julie C

    This is so clever – I’m abit hard on bags, but this one look like it can outlast me!!!!
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  • Kiara M.

    3 kids-I never have enough things on me or a stylish big enough bag for it all!!! This looks fantastic :) ReplyCancel

  • Yolandapangan

    I love anything bag, or even just looks like a bag. LOL. This bag is so versatile – use it if you have little things to bring or a lot of stuff to carry around. I would so love to have one of these. Thanks.
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  • Moniqueknight1

    You always bring us great products. Many of my purchases have been from your blog. I love the Satchel bags at Brag bag, but the bag above is perfect for a busy working mum just like me – I would love it (fingers crossed)ReplyCancel

  • JB Perth

    This bag looks fantastic, especially with the front zip. I am now getting past the nappy bag stage, but need to fit in water bottles and food!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle C

    I love the Brag Bags site – lots of delicious bags!! The messanger bag is lovely, although the new whipstitch totes are gorgeous too!!ReplyCancel

  • Alli

    What a great promotion – thanks so much – am off to explore the Brag Bags website!! xxReplyCancel

  • Danya

    I really like the new leather whipstitch tote, but I have also been eyeing off these messenger bags as well. A new bag from bragbags is on my christmas shopping list for both myself and my mum! Very exciting giveaway, good luck everyone xxReplyCancel

  • Deb Risley

    I really like the turquoise pleated hobo bag. Its gorgeous.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    I love the blue, aqua and cream.ReplyCancel

  • I love the Flower Satchel. Cute as!
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  • Natalie

    I am crushing on the gorgeous Lotus Bag!ReplyCancel

  • vkmason

    I think the Leather Pouchette with Bonus Button Cover (Red with Bird Button Cover) $99.00 is so sweet. That is a great every day hand bag.ReplyCancel

  • Heather

    I love the Flower Satchel…it’s unusual, not your run of the mill plain handbag….will brighten up a plain outfit and receive plenty of lovely compliments, i;m sureReplyCancel

  • Michelle K

    I love the red Leather Whipstitch Large Tote. It’s large and roomy and of course Red! lolReplyCancel

  • Kathy Sykes

    I love the off white leather Whipstich shoulder bag.ReplyCancel

  • B-prepared

    I am already imagining how useful the 4 in1 tote could be travelling by myself with two littlies over xmas on the plane :) ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    This looks like such a great bag – I’m sure I’d have to fight off my Mum for it :) ReplyCancel

  • Kerenmabury

    Oh my!!!! We are traveling to Denver and Nashville over the Christmas holidays with our 2 gorgeous children -Charlotte, 3 and David, 13 months. I DO NOT have a travel bag… So far I’ve used a small flat handbag which is now ridiculous! Thank you for the chance to win.ReplyCancel

  • Liannedgong

    I love the 4 in 1 in red…. anything red is goodReplyCancel

  • Marcia

    Bucket Tote in Brights, love the emerald colour!
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  • Julie

    I lurve the flower satchel!ReplyCancel

  • Jess86foster

    i love the 4 in 1 Tote/Messenger Large Size with Bonus Bag Organiser: that Expires November 18 (oh look! it expires on my 25th Birthday!! hint hint!!)
    love this shop! lucky i’m already in Perth! thanks for showing me! PS….Love your site!ReplyCancel

  • Jasmine

    Wow! This would be great for shopping days to pop all those accidental purchases in :) ReplyCancel

  • Emma Carter

    It’s got to be the flower satchel, so cute and summery!ReplyCancel

  • Nic Smede

    OMG…. all the products are just divineReplyCancel

  • Deb Risley

    Flower satchel is the most gorgeous.ReplyCancel

  • Vanessa

    Love the blue and greenReplyCancel

  • Louise Spiden

    YAY I have my birthday and Christmas in Dec. so really loving the bags – especially the Mum & Me bag (perfect for going out with baby!)ReplyCancel

  • J Jbennett

    the silk handbag organiser is beautiful and practical. I would have no excuse for losing anything. There are some very lovely things at brag bags. ReplyCancel

  • Kylie J

    I have my eye on the Mum and Me Bag as I’m currently pregnant with #2!! Very nice.ReplyCancel

  • Marie O

    Love the 4 in 1 tote….just making the transition from nappy bag to normal handbag again and this would be so easy to use!ReplyCancel

  • Donna Jones

    Oooh another site with great bags.. My husband won’t be happy ;-) I love the Leather Whipstitch Large Tote. I cant decide what color I love best though ReplyCancel

  • I love the flower satchel!! So cute!!ReplyCancel

  • Clintshar

    Ohh I love bags! Love the fact that this fits an ipad in it too, so handy!!ReplyCancel

  • Becksta_1

    My favorite instore item is the Gym Sports Bag Organiser! I need one of these!ReplyCancel

  • Lauren Rasanen

    I can’t decide netween the Linen Bag and the 4-in-1 toteReplyCancel

  • My favourite is definitely the 4 in 1 large striped tote…..I’m a Mummy with a giant handbag – it’s always packed full of kiddie things, and I struggle to find my phone & keys! This looks great!!!ReplyCancel

  • Katrina Granland

    I can’t decide between the flower satchel or the 4 in 1 tote. Both are funky and very useful for a mum of 3 (my oldest has special needs so still need lots of stuff in my bag even though he is 13 years old). All the products are great :) ReplyCancel

  • Mels2903

    Love the handbag organiserReplyCancel

  • Leesa

    ooh this is a great giveaway!!!ReplyCancel

  • Karen

    I love the jewellery hangers….ReplyCancel

  • Julie-Ann

    I love this bag!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Lyn Wroe

    Oh so many things to like….will admit though…the bag organizer has to be one of my favourites.ReplyCancel

  • Faye B

    Loving the flower satchels- nice to have something girly in a house full of boys! But the 4 compartment bag/organiser is perfect for my 4 roles- Mum, wife, Teacher and ME! Would love to win it- am sitting here looking at a pile of 5 handbags I currently have on the go- have to sort and declutter into just the one!ReplyCancel

  • I like the travel cover for the jewelry hanger – such a clever idea!!ReplyCancel

  • Natasha

    My kids would love all the “flower” bagsReplyCancel

  • Ursulawright

    I adore the very chic Linen Clutch with Bonus Buttons. So cute, so stylish. I always am forever carrying around large bags (that just continue to grow in weight) and so it would be a lovely challenge to try to fit all of my essentials into one little chic clutch and look stylish at the same time.ReplyCancel

  • Georgie

    The jewellery hangers are such a great idea. I could definitely use one of these! Now that I’m a mum, I find the bigger the bag the better so the 4 in 1 tote is perfect.ReplyCancel

  • Timtam

    The 4 in 1 tote! Surely it will assist with my constant searches for a children’s muesli bar that seem to multiply in the bottom of my current handbag!ReplyCancel

  • Alicia

    These look great! With four little kids i could definitely use one.ReplyCancel

  • Sally

    Definitely the handbag organiser! Not for me as I only have my purse, phone, keys, notebook and 5 pens (just in case). I would be getting it for my sister shose handbag is like nothing I’ve ever seen!!!!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Just a quick thankyou!!! thats my xmas present sorted :) ReplyCancel

  • [...] and organised helps to make me feel ready for my trip and I won’t need to rummage through my tote bag to find [...]ReplyCancel

{Meal Plan} Fried Rice + Giveaway

We have been watching Junior Master Chef which has inspired my kids to want to help in the kitchen.  Friday, Saturday or Sunday nights are always a good night for them to help me as we don’t need to rush to get to sports or to bed.  Miss 8 recently had a friend visiting and […]

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  • Jodi

    I have an autistic child who hates veges (apparently) and smuggling ANY green vegetable into his food is always a challenge, I’m sure the vege smugglers new book would help us out! If I could just hide broccoli, I would be happy!ReplyCancel

  • Stacey-Lee

    I have mild success with smuggling vegies in dishes, I know u can hide pumpkin but I am not sure how or what in – I’m sure this book could help immensely and expand my very short list of meals I can get my littler ones to eatReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Most green vegetables are near on impossible for me to hide in the kids food.
    Number one they have an aversion to anything green and number 2 it’s not an altogether subtle colour.
    Any hints/ideas I could get from veggie smugglers 2 in getting green veggies into them without a battle would be much appreciated!ReplyCancel

  • I have a tupperware turbo chop (like a slap chop) and it finely chops all vegies into the finest pieces, I use it in risotto, spaghetti, pasta and many other dishes. I used to be one of those picky people and I still disguise it from myself :P ReplyCancel

  • ashleigh bozinovski

    I have a 7 month old who loves veggies so because of this my 2 year old thinks its “baby” food and downright refuses to eat ANY vegies her brother eats.this book will give me ideas on how to smuggle healthy veggies to my daughter…ohhhh and my hubby!! HeheReplyCancel

  • I steam all sorts of vegies, whatever is on special, then purée them together with a little passata (tomato purée). I then freeze them in muffin tins. I add 2 veggie cubes to every bolognaise or lasagna I make and the kids have no idea! ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    It’s the green ones that they dislike most!ReplyCancel

  • Cherie Humphries

    The vegetable I would learn to love to hide is brocoli. The book would be a great help with getting him to eat vegetablesReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    Mushrooms are the vegetables I have to hide. Being vegetarian I would really love to find some more ways to get my little boy to happily eat them. Thanks for the great giveaway!ReplyCancel

  • kathryn

    Would love to learn hoe to hide broccoli. My kids despise it and no matter how small it is they spot it and pick it out. This actually goes for any vegetable that is green. Apparently they love brown food but not green!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    Peas! My daughter doesn’t eat anything green and I love peas. Peas are such a vibrant colour and I struggle to hide them!ReplyCancel

  • Kiara M.

    My 6 year old is going thru a “I hate that” stage which is making my 2 year old do the same & my 14 month old is starting to catch it too! I need this book!ReplyCancel

  • Emma

    Have never seen/heard of Vegie Smugglers before but what a cool idea! Can’t wait to try out some recipes and see how the family reacts :) ReplyCancel

  • I desperately need veggie smugglers, my little boy eats none except chips!!!ReplyCancel

  • I desperately need veggie smugglers, my little boy eats none except chips!!!ReplyCancel

  • Moniqueknight1

    Mushrooms – if I don’t piratically mince them she won’t eat them. But she always picks out onion as well any idea to increase their veggie intake is a plus to meReplyCancel

  • Wendy S

    Any green vegie, they can spot them a mile away! We used to call my eldest son the Vegie smuggler, he used to hide vegies in his undies then flush them down the loo! He was caught out after trying to flush some stirfry as it left an oily clue!ReplyCancel

  • Donna

    Broccoli. It always leaves tiny green bits that stand out like neon lights according to my son. ReplyCancel

  • Betty

    Mushrooms, like finding a needle in a haystack, however they will find them. I want some fresh simple ideas, thanks.ReplyCancel

  • Leimay Cherry

    I find it hard to smuggle capsicum into meals for the kids. They will eat them on pizza if we buy it but not if we make it that way.
    I need ideas to get more vegetables into my childrens diets without them realising, not to mention getting vegetables into my meat and potatoes husband.ReplyCancel

  • i’m with Wendy S here – any green vegie. my son just refuses to try. this cookbook would definitely help give me some new ideas about how to get my kids eating more veg.ReplyCancel

  • krit

    Ohh that sounds like a great book!! fingers crossed. I like to smuggle any vegetable into anything I make so this would be helpful for new ideas!!
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  • Michelle

    Beans, my two y.o chews them but never ever swallows them! If #2 is as good as the first VegieSmugglers this book is sure to help! ReplyCancel

  • Would love to know another way of hiding vegies, I only have spagetti.ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca English

    my 2 year old won’t eat any vegies other than potato, so any ideas to help curb this would be awesome. ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    I smuggled in some eggplant onto our pizza last night – which was awesome! But if we have meat and veg or just a salad, all I can get my 20 month old to eat is potato, maybe carrot and maybe cucumber. Nothing green…even if I try and make it ‘tastier’ with herbs or garlic! He snuffs it out…ReplyCancel

  • Natalie

    The hardest vege to hide is beans they dont break down all that well and my kids really dont want to eat them, this book would help me hide them and other healthy vege’s in thier everyday meals.ReplyCancel

  • Peas are the worst my little man won’t eat them at allReplyCancel

  • Those cheespuffs look awesome! I would love to make them for my son!ReplyCancel

  • If it’s not baked beans or fried rice, my little monster won’t eat it! Looking for some inspriation to get some different foods into him! :) ReplyCancel

  • Anything green would be the hardest to disguise, and this book looks like it would be brilliant for my 19 month old! Help please!ReplyCancel

  • even though my son is only 11 months old, hardest would have to be peas, whats wrong with them, i looove them, hence why i would love this book, to introduce more peas :) ReplyCancel

  • Helen Palmer

    Any vegetable is hard to disguise in this house. I would love some new ideas and inspiration to get my kids to eat them. :) ReplyCancel

  • Samantha Savva

    As a family who is 90% vegetarian we need to find LOADS of fun ways to incorporate veggies to our daughter will eat them EVERYDAY. Her favourite meal is homemade pizza stacked with LOADS of veggies. She loves helping make the pizza by spreading all the ingredients. This gives her responsibility and satisfaction knowing she is eating something she made!!!ReplyCancel

  • Natalie Blanch

    Button Squash… got a vege garden full of them and haven’t managed to get her to eat one yet! I need this book!!ReplyCancel

  • Kgraham_81

    I find any green veggie i try to put into my sons food he wont touch!!! Pea, Brocolli, spinach etc makes thinking of new recipies really hard! I would love love love and really appreciate a copy of your recipie book!!ReplyCancel

  • Sue-Ann Jones

    All veges are hard to hide in a meal with my little man. I would love some new ideas on how to cook with more veges.ReplyCancel

  • Nichole Atchison

    I struggle with mushrooms, they have to be cut up so small that you can hardly see them, let alone taste them, for my 4 year old to eat them. I would love to know how to get more veggies into my two little kids, and my hubby too!ReplyCancel

  • Sharon

    My son hates all veges. I have absolutely no idea how to hide them. I’m sure he has a vege sensor on him.ReplyCancel

  • Alli

    Ds3 is great with every veggie known to man but ds1 is terrible! It all started off well but now I am lucky if he eats peas and corn. I can hide carrot and zuchini but need more ideas for everything else! At least it will get him going on the veg an slowly I can stop te smuggling part.ReplyCancel

  • JessFrisch

    As a mum of 2 small kids (3 and 4 yrs) we grow veges in the back yard and while the kids love watching them grow and picking them, eating them is a different story- I would love this book as it would give me some great ideas for getting these veges from garden to belly!ReplyCancel

  • Malinda Blair

    I have 3 year old twin boys who are barely eating anything on their plates at the moment… I need all the help I can get!ReplyCancel

  • Kirrily

    I have the issue of a 3 year old who will eat his veges, but really is a mainly a meat and veges bloke – anything vaguely more gourmet and he won’t touch it – I love trying new recipes with him (particularly if he helps me cook them) in the hope that we will hit on a new favourite, rather than meat and 5 veg or spag bol!! ReplyCancel

  • Yolanda pangan

    My son can spot any green veggie in his food. No matter how small it is. I need to convince him that green veggies taste good too.ReplyCancel

  • Claire Bailey

    Onions. I have only had real success with a few recipes from book 1 of Vegie smugglers, so I am hoping that book 2 will be like an advanced course on onion smuggling. ReplyCancel

  • Nikki

    ATM my kids won’t eat anything with corn in it…. arrrgh, I love corn in everything, and they used to as well, and since they are refusing most veg I think a bit of corn thru their system would be good!!!
    would love vegie smugglers cookbook 2 for some new ideas – other than the ones I love from the website!! :D ReplyCancel

  • Leesa

    ooH I sooo need this book with my Miss 3 and Miss 1 becoming VERY fussy!!!ReplyCancel

{Giveaway} OTi Organiser 2012

This giveaway is now closed.  Congratulations to Tessie K for winning this giveaway. SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR ALL READERS:  Please remember there is a special 10% off discount for all The Organised Housewife readers, enter organisedhousewife at checkout OTi (On To it) Organiser 2012 I am so pleased to be able to giveaway a 2012 OTi Organiser, […]

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  • Jen Muir

    to help me get “On to It” – it being EVERYTHING – of course this blog helps me out in a big way too!ReplyCancel

  • Donna

    I have been searching for the right diary for me for years. So far I have ‘modified’ so many diaries to have a pocket for notes and I have ruled lines to separate uni work from kids stuff and meal planning. I think I need this diary! I will use the exercise column for uni work and the meal planning side for meal planning and ‘kids notes’. The size and layout is just what I am looking for! Love the post it notes idea!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kathy Sykes

    I am big into organizers and am always in search for the perfect one.ReplyCancel

  • Trish Hayter

    I love that you can move the booklet each year with important contacts, the size is just right. Not to mention how great it looks!ReplyCancel

  • Debbie Lever

    One of these would be fantastic and have me starting the new year with organisation……..well that is the plan:0)ReplyCancel

  • Wendy S

    What lovely colours they come in !ReplyCancel

  • S Robinson

    To have a diary that organises me more, is simply something I’ll adore, ReplyCancel

  • melissa zeiher

    anything to help me be organised….cause i try to fake it till i make it!!ReplyCancel

  • Alimitch81

    Love the OTI. Had one this year and I will never buy another type of diary now.ReplyCancel

  • Mechelle Macdonald

    I so need to be organised, Dh has a fixed 3 on 4 off 4 on 3 off roster so i can plan our trips away (well thats if i could store it in something to keep me organised) so anytime i see good deals for us i can book ahead, keep track of when family plan on visiting and the joys of appointments for kids.ReplyCancel

  • Shar

    I love this diary!! Definitely need one for next year :D ReplyCancel

  • Anne Faughlin

    Just what I need – working full time with five kids all playing sport. I need as much help as I can get – AnneReplyCancel

  • Anna

    Would Love this diary to help keep me organised with all the kids activities, my exercise and weight loss as well as not having to search the whole house for “that little piece of paper with the telephone number and/or address on it”! ReplyCancel

  • Kyra

    I have been searching for a 2012 diary recently and the OTi sounds awesome, just what I need! Thanks for a great giveaway :) ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Rayner

    I have just heard about these AND seen them on Lime Tree Kids – would be AWESOME to win one :) ReplyCancel

  • Cheree van der Wal

    I’ve been looking for a organiser for next year, but hadn’t found the perfect one.. until now! What a great product! My favourite feature is the address book organised in catagories – how handy! So much easier to find number for doctor!! Im constantly loosing numbers as I write it on a scrap bit of paper – then when I need it I can never find it!ReplyCancel

  • I have been looking at this since it first became available three years ago, but I think 2012 has to be the year that I get one, I need to become more organised!ReplyCancel

  • I’d love to win this to give to my daughter who has Aspergers Syndrome and also Executive Dysfunction – she is SUPER disorganised and I hope this would help her.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    I was just looking at these yesterday after looking at your favourite products.Looks great,would certainly put it to good use :) ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    I could not be more disorganised if I tried! This diary seems like it could be the right one for me.ReplyCancel

  • Jasmine

    Oh how this would simplify my busy head! An OTi is definately on my wish list <3
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  • Cass

    What a great looking diary. I love the aqua colour!ReplyCancel

  • Julie

    +LOVING this organiser!!!! The places for meal planning and exercise are really different. Why hasn’t anyone done this before. I’d love one.ReplyCancel

  • These looks amazing would love to win one!ReplyCancel

  • Andrea

    with baby number three arrived, I have more to juggle than ever – I am sure this will help me avoid “dropping the ball” too badly!ReplyCancel

  • Julia B

    I need an OTi Organiser because I’m extremely unorganised at the moment, and even when I do try to be organised I end up with slips of paper (my to-do lists) all over the house uncompleted.
    The organiser would help me to keep everything in one place and know what I’m supposed to be making for dinner each week :) ReplyCancel

  • Tracey Herring

    Love it, would make life alot easier, keeping me more organised!ReplyCancel

  • Tiffany

    I’m a mum to three young kids and need all the help I can get. Keeping track of school and preschool activities, as well as running the household and a hobby business. What busy mum wouldn’t want this organiser? Yes please!ReplyCancel

  • Sandra Jones

    I have so many to do lists and post it notes I would probably cut my own arm off to win one of the OTi organisers, it would make scheduling my 3 kids, myself and and my shiftworking husband alot easier!!! Please let it be me………..:-)ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    Practical and pretty, just perfect!!!ReplyCancel

  • This looks great – my brain has turned to mush as I’m pregnant with my fourth in five years. I’m a list writer and a planner – this looks great!ReplyCancel

  • Im due to start studies in the new year and with 2 kids it will be a real treasure.ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty Ross-bell

    I am in the process of moving states, so house on the market, starting a new home business, house hunting and finding schools and kinders. I need help to be organised and to keep myself sane while living with my parents. ARGH..ReplyCancel

  • I’ve just started selling stationery with Phoenix Trading, this would be wonderful to help me be organised!ReplyCancel

  • Holly D

    This would be ideal for me, a new mum trying to get my life into some sort of organised chaos! I love the colours, so pretty :) ReplyCancel

  • Emma

    I get an OTI organiser every year, they’re perfect! Would love to have a freebie!ReplyCancel

  • Mel

    I would love one of these! Next year i’ll have 2 kids at full time school and i’ll be looking for full time work myself, whilst also studying at uni (eek!). My kids do a lot of extra activities after school and i’m forever getting my days mixed up. An OTI organiser would definitely help me so much! :-).ReplyCancel

  • Krit

    Oh my gosh, I just read the entire Oti website and am totally convinced that this could be the answer to my woes. I constantly forget everything from school activies, sending the kids in the wrong uniforms on the wrong days, notes, bills you name it my life is organisationally challenged. They are beautiful planners, I am in love.ReplyCancel

  • Rachael

    I have 2 kids and I find that I am ALWAYS forgetting something that I was supposed to do as I have a calendar and a Diary that is just too big to carry around. I would love something a little bit more compact yet still stylish that I can enjoy for myself as well as keeping me organised for my kids.ReplyCancel

  • Rachael Hargrave

    I have a 6 month old daughter, i work full time and i am studying externally for a diploma though tafe. I am also in the process of thrying to lose some weight and an organiser like this would make my life a lot more easier and organised. I also have a bad habit of accidentally double booking myself..Whoops!
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  • Jac

    Wow. Well I have been searching for organization in my life for sometime now. The Organised Housewife has given me so much help the past few months and now if she is recommending this diary, it looks like the one I will be getting for next year! Thanks for all your help to me so far, love your website!ReplyCancel

  • Caroline

    Oh I so want one of these. I’ve been eying them off for a couple of years & never get round to buying one. It’d be awesome to organise all my appointments & the appointments for the rest of our household – no more double bookingsReplyCancel

  • Kirrily

    I used this organiser for 2011 – loved it! It’s the only organiser which I’ve ever continued using past February because it is so practical. ReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    I would love this organiser for the perfect Christmas present for a close friend of mine. She is an active lady and would absolutely LOVE this.ReplyCancel

  • suzieblonde

    To be organised for xmas, heaven. This would also keep me up to date with my appointments. thanks for a chance.:)ReplyCancel

  • Bronwyn Finerty

    I feel like I have so many balls in the air I am juggling that I am worried about dropping one or two…or all of them. An organiser would help me to keep track of my family, personal, work, home business and other commitments. Love the golfball, coffee, mayonnaise story and need to make sure the golf balls go in firstt! Thanks BronReplyCancel

  • My husband and I are doing IVF at the moment going into next year. With all the different dates, cycles, tablets, injections, theathre bookings, doctors appointments, as well as our busy schedules- I need something to get things in one place easy to acess and plan. ReplyCancel

  • Chrissy Grainger

    I so need a 2012 organizer. 2011 saw me have 2 as I switched over 1/2 way through as the first one wasn’t suiting my needs. The next one still isn’t perfect or keeping me organised. Plus we are homeschooling next year and my doula business will be launched.ReplyCancel

  • Roshanna

    Wow! This looks awesome. Would love to feel organised and busy rather than just juggling to keep up with 3 kids and a hubby. The meal planning is something I am striving for and would love a way to combine it into our daily life and kill of the witching hour.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    I was recently diagnosed with post natal depression and with the stress, anxiety attacks, and insomnia I struggle to remember what happened yesterday let alone whats up and coming for that day and week ahead. When I do get out of the house, I’ve been looking around for a great diary that has room for everything so I can write it all down in one spot and get mine and my family’s life back on track. Thanks for the great competition Katrina and the great blog with so many helpful tips.ReplyCancel

  • This looks like just what I need I’m so un organised sticky notes everywhere ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    This is just what I need to start my new life of being an organised housewife. I just found your website today and I am just loving it! Definitely the inspiration I’ve been in great need of.ReplyCancel

  • Michelle K

    Love the colours! With a shift working hubby and kids with after school activities this sounds perfect for keeping on top of life! lolReplyCancel

  • amtopham

    Would be nice if this could help me to remember in which direction and where everyone had to go!ReplyCancel

  • I think this could be my dream organiser. I love the idea of combining the meal plan/exercise with household organisation etc. Too simple.ReplyCancel

  • Tegan

    Wow this is great, like you said always have a diary but this is just what i need love the meal plan and exercise may kick me up the bum to do both!!!ReplyCancel

  • Nerys15

    I found the Oti Organiser mid way through the year and thought this would be great for the start of 2012. I always end up with one from the newsagents or the cheap $2 shop and there’s never enough room to input all of my sons appointments. This would be an amazing organiser for my week to week and month to month planning of all of my meetings and my sons therapy as i can add addresses and numbers for those meetings and appointments too. My to do lists are floating around on seperate pieces of paper and never get completed as i loose them.
    Great giveaway and a great organiser :) ReplyCancel

  • Alcockr

    love it , mum with 2 boys, (1 with generalised anxiety ) currently working different days from week to week, excercise and meal planning have slipped think this is just the thing to keep us all on track, organised and stress free.ReplyCancel

  • Powerchick007

    Ive been very excited about getting one of these for next year since ive heard about how awesome they are! I love using diaries, not only for the obvious daily planning but also to be able to look back on it at the end of the year to see what i had been up too! Would love to win one!!ReplyCancel

  • Leimay Cherry

    Wow, what great inspiration to help me get more motivated! Somewhere i can keep my ‘to do’ list in advance as well as remembering all the important dates (in one information session for my oldest to start high school i was given 10 important dates to remember)
    Also great to look back at when the kids are older and see what we were going as a family when they were younger.ReplyCancel

  • Ajkasul1

    i need help, so disorgainised, had a ‘to do list book’ (i loved it) hubby decided it was what he needed so he took it, Just suffered the worst birthday (my eldests son’s and mine) month, uncle died on son’s birthday, things going wrong, blowing up or have rush hospital trips (60ks one way). want a way to schedule everything, 2012 is going to be our year, reduce morgate, lose weight (me), orthodontist for eldest (350ks away) and everything else that life throws our way, with an OTI Orgainiser I will sale right through it.ReplyCancel

  • Cherrytree

    I have in previous years planned my menu and kept a diary, but they have always been seperate. Which meant I sometimes missed ingredients I needed to buy on the way home from work, because I couldn’t remember what I had planned. I love that it is all together in the OTi Organiser. THanks heaps for the opportunity to win this great organising tool.
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  • Adalita Marks

    I think this would help me become more organised – I love the exercise and meal planning section. I do not easily remember things unless it it written down. If I don’t record it – I totally forget to do it! So I really need an organiser to get my life into order – especially after such a hard and stressful 2011 – 2012 needs to be calm and organised. ReplyCancel

  • Liannedgong

    I need to have all my notes and menu plans and all other organising tools in one plae rather than several notebooksReplyCancel

  • cdarwen

    I need the OTi organiser to help organise my life! I am a busy mum to 4 young kids and I am trying really hard to have an organised household… I have tried diary’s in the past and they haven’t worked. I think the OTi organiser would be ideal as it factors in everything! I also think this could simplify my life alot more, instead of me feeling overwhelmed and stressed all the time! Then I will have more time to spend with my beautiful children, since they are only small a short time and you can’t get that time back. Thanks for the mayo Jar, golf ball and Coffee story, really makes you put things into perspective and realise what is really important! ReplyCancel

  • Karin Williams

    Little Books and keeping track,
    Is most important to be laid-back!

    My life can be caos, and very unkept,
    All the chores would be sidestepped!

    If i didn’t have the help of OTi,
    I think we would all become all a little bit bottie!

    So keep me ORGANIZED and be WOUSEWIFE proud
    Organized all year long, to be OTi wowed!ReplyCancel

  • Hi, as I mentioned I already have my planner, this will be for a friend because it will be so useful!ReplyCancel

  • Melissa O'Brien

    I would LOVE to win this organiser. I am struggling with being on top of things this year and my family is suffering – with a third baby on the way in 3 weeks this would make things so much easier. Thank you so much for the opportunity :) ReplyCancel

  • Lissb

    Wow- just what I need! With four kids I just can’t remember everything anymore. It needs to be written down or it doesn’t get done!ReplyCancel

  • Dana Nelson

    This looks fabulous!ReplyCancel

  • Fordy05

    I love the fact this will fit in my handbag. Looks great with loads of features to help keep my busy life on track and in order.ReplyCancel

  • Jane

    Wow, what a super little organiser! I was having the usual weekly argument with my partner about the piles of paperwork on my kitchen bench just this weekend, and I said to him ‘what I need is a magic organiser that I can fit all this into’. Well, it looks like I’ve found it :) ReplyCancel

  • Carly Pilton

    OMG! How amazing is this little organiser? I’m always writing weekly shopping lists on scraps of paper and then losing them after I’ve been shopping so can’t remember what I have planned for dinner that week! It would be great to have them all in one place, along with all the important stuff I need on hand!!ReplyCancel

  • Kelli Stevens

    If it’s not on a list, it doesn’t get done. I need a diary for 2012 so I can simply function day-to-day!ReplyCancel

  • Alyce

    I love how it’s organised into different sections! Just the way I like it :) ReplyCancel

  • i love the section for the meals that you are planning to cook and eat each week. that is definitely a winner in my book – i usually have various notes pinned to my fridge with shopping lists, meals for the next few days, etc and i lose them! ReplyCancel

  • Mandymaz

    I think this would be a nice gift for my mum.ReplyCancel

  • With a blended family of 5 kids under 6 ~ yours, mine and ours ~ there are kids constantly coming and going so much so that I forget important things like dress up days at School :( I need this organiser to ensure no more tears because mummy forgot!ReplyCancel

  • workingwomenaus

    As a busy mum with 3 businesses I NEED something like this to keep me sane lolReplyCancel

  • Rodyv

    Each year I’m on the hunt for the best diary – this year coming definitely looks like the Oti is the one!ReplyCancel

  • I have been wanting one for what seems like forever! I am a SAHM with a disability & I need to keep track of husband, me, son & rehab appointments. Not to mention the meal planning! :D I love the iPhone (& iCloud) sync on all of our devices, but I want something in my hand that I can write in! Old fashioned, but love it, especially when I need to carry appointment & referal letters everywhere!ReplyCancel

  • Kathryn

    I’ve been on the outlook for one of these for awhile, since having kids and they now at school. Thankfully I’ve discovered the blog “Organised Housewife” where I’ve printed off planners, etc and even made up my own, to keep on top of me being organised. But to have it all in one book/diary that I can carry around, to enter things that bob up when your out and about and having it all in one place, wow that would be awesome!!!ReplyCancel

  • Natalie

    This year has been absolutly crazy for me but what better way to get organised and start next year on the right foot then with one of these awesome OTI organiser, as a working mum of 2 I need all the help I can get!ReplyCancel

  • Suzy

    I need to start writing things in a diary as I am forever forgetting my appointments!!ReplyCancel

  • Peta

    I’m a mother to 4 under 4 1/2 (including 7 month old twins who have turned into teething monsters) and 2012 i am returning to complete my final semester of my degree…..i need help to get organised & i think this diary is the key!!!ReplyCancel

  • This would be the most enormous help to our little family, especially as I am now suffering from pregnancy brain!! :) ReplyCancel

  • As a mother of 3 any help would be great, between working, school, after hours, appointments I’m running around like a headless chook :) ReplyCancel

  • Jenna Y

    My partner works away 2-3 weeks at a time and having a 5 month old and a 3 year old it would be so much help to keep my life organised especially while my partner is away working! :) ReplyCancel

  • Yvette Pointon

    I have endless lists, notes, post-its, whiteboards, and never seem to be organised, as you said the diary I pick up each year from the newsagency is absolutely useless! And always gets put away after about 3 weeks into the new year! the OTi looks amazing and will suit all households big and small!!ReplyCancel

  • Kaye

    Hubby and 3 boys. We have footy, cricket, scouts, school council, Lions, Kinder, childcare, angling club, swimming, RSL, fundraisers, working bees, parent helpers, meal planning, shopping lists, birthday wishes, christmas wishes, parties, birthdays and my lists are never ending and I would love to loose the white boards in my house and put pictures up on my wall.ReplyCancel

  • Terrichant

    Oh gosh they are gorgeous! Being stylish & organsied at the same time? Sounds good to me!ReplyCancel

  • Donna

    I LOVE the OTI organiser… it fits my meal planning, exercise, daily tasks, to do list, people to call… every ORGANISED HOUSEWIFE must have one!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • This looks perfect for me. To have meal plans, appointments, the girls things, exercise tracker, party planning all in one sounds like it was made for me.ReplyCancel

  • I have finally had to admit that I just can’t remember everything anymore and the families activities just don’t fit on the calendar now. I write things down on a sticky note or scrap paper and then promptly lose it. I have tried using an exercise book, but its just too big and isn’t set out as a diary. This organiser would be my “mini office” and travel with me in my handbag. I’m an old fashioned kind of gal and can’t get used to putting notes in my phone, I need it in writing, in front of me. The OTi Organiser = stressbuster! Who u gunna call……….OTi Organiser! Oh yeah.ReplyCancel

  • Samy_savva

    Oh I am an organiser/planner myself and this would go great with my OTHER handy stationary items I have already purchased for 2012 :-) ReplyCancel

  • What a great organiser! I’m a mother with a 16month old boy, have just started my own business and will be returning to study next year. My current method of keeping track of things is bits of paper all over my house, office, car and purse. The OTi organiser would be exactly what I need!ReplyCancel

  • Oh I need this as I’m trying to juggle work, childcare, school, volunteer work, kids activities!ReplyCancel

  • I’m determined to start using a diary next year and this looks like a great one to use. ReplyCancel

  • Kimlennon

    i definately need one of these – trying to juggle work, kids, my hubbys business and starting up my own is sometimes a bit of a nightmare!!ReplyCancel

  • Leoniecle

    Not ready at all for 2012, still in denial that Christmas is so close. The OTI Organiser would hopefully help me get prepared.ReplyCancel

  • Susan Walters

    I have never seen such a brilliant diary! As a single mum I struggle to manage my time between the school, ballet and swimming lessons, not mention I work as well! I usually just use notes stuck to the fridge, but when your always out they dont help!ReplyCancel

  • Belle

    I would love to own one of these! Not only are they very pretty, but I need something to help whip me into being an organised mum/wife/boss for 2012… and the section for daily exercise & a weekly meal plans sounds FAB, Ive never had a planner like this one before. The OTi Organiser looks like its got everything!ReplyCancel

  • Who wouldn’t want this cool diary…..ReplyCancel

  • Kerrie M

    As with every other mum out there – I am busy! I have one in high school, two in primary school and one in preschool next year. I also work and study and my kids love sports and other extra-curricular activities. I do the accounts for hubby’s business. So, I need to be organised! This organiser looks sensational and I would love the opportunity to give it a try :) ReplyCancel

  • With 5 children, a hubby, his business and my own small business to organise. Owning this diary will keep my appointments and special events organised and easy to rememberReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth Elvidge

    Would love to be more organised & great way to get started, with a 2012 diary.ReplyCancel

  • Tatum

    I would love to win one of these! I really need all the help I can get to get organised.
    p.s. you’re blog has been a recent find for me and I am LOVING it! Thanks :) ReplyCancel

  • Carolyn

    I really need to get better organised now that I am back at work. I used to be able to remember everything off the top of my head but my post baby brain doesn’t seem to want to co-operate. ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Hinds

    Truly, I am a messy and disorganised new mum… Who is trying hard to mend her wicked ways. I am now planning meals, keeping things tidier and more organised, getting rid of clutter. The OTi diary looks fantastic and well laid out to help keep my life renovation on track. Thanks Katrina for excellent tips and articles, your blog has helped me no end.ReplyCancel

  • I need this because i need help lol i want to be organised and im over having a million different things in different places because then of course i dont know where they are. This would be amazing for me!!!ReplyCancel

  • Camo

    The OTi organiser will help me look after the foster children I have & all the chaos that comes with it. It will also help me be a better orgaised carer/student/office manager & one day soon to be wife & The most exciting thing it will help me do is getting prepared to go to Vegas for my 21st birthday with my partner! as well as meal planning, keeping track of many appointments & it will give me less headaches!! ReplyCancel

  • Hayley

    With 4 kids and No.5 on the way will be getting on of these for sure!! If i could win one would be even better.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Ludwell

    I would love one of these organisers as I have an 18mth old son, 3mth old daughter a husband who works for himself and a huge extended family who always leave EVERYTHING to me to organise and cater for! I have little pieces of paper littering my entire house and 3 different diaries on the go at all times and it would be SO lovely to have everything all in one cover!ReplyCancel

  • Tash

    Going back to work next year and hav 2 kids – so need to get organised and this will do it all for me!
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  • Nicole

    I love a good organiser and this one looks great, has so much extra in it than my usual one I use. I love to be organised……ReplyCancel

  • Sara N

    With 2 littlies schedules to juggle along with mine and my husband’s, I need something with everything in one place and the OTi organiser sounds like just what I need.ReplyCancel

  • Shannon

    I would really love on of these as 2012 is going to be our busiest year with 6 kids to keep organised!ReplyCancel

  • Megan Wilson

    I’d love this organiser so i have one place to make all my notes and keep my reminders. Plus it is very stylish. ReplyCancel

  • Sallyrob77

    With four kids (one living too far away) I need to keep track of sports, homework, excursions, flights, appointments and the list goes on………………………I have scraps of paper with things written on them! I need to keep it all in one place and this looks like the book to get it all done! I have every intention of buying a diary every year, but somehow, between school supllies and holidays, I seem to forget!!! Maybe if I wrote it down somewhere…………………….ReplyCancel

  • Jodie

    This diary would be perfect for me, trying to manage two kids under 3 and setting up a new business… this would be very helpful, it might actually keep me sane!
    Sara Grace.ReplyCancel

  • Bron

    This diary would be great for me!! Organising my life, as well as our local centenary celebrations in October next year, I have heaps of contacts, and there is nothing worse than being out and about when you need that important number that is in the ‘big’ book at home.ReplyCancel

  • Emma Cassar30

    I love to be organised and this diary is perfect for what I need!!!!ReplyCancel

  • oh my, this would be amazing for me, apart from making my office desk look pretty, it would help sort out my 11 month old & his clinic checkups that i seem to forget, it will also help keep my partner organised with all his doctors appointments (he seems to be sick every 2 weeks “man flu”) aswell as keeping my home business organised :) oh & the meal plan section would just make my life a breeze. ReplyCancel

  • Alison102

    My 2012 New Years resolution is too be organised, this year I have mixed up appiontments, (wrong day, wrong week), forgotten birthdays, packed the wrong things in my boys school bag, can’t find my to do lists that are on scrap pieces, my forgotten items at the supermarket the list goes on and on. With this I can be On Top of Information (OTi) and be super ready for the year ahead. ReplyCancel

  • Rachel Farre;;

    Hmmm, I’m sure my friends would agree, this has MY name written all over it LOL ! Time to get organised … a great place to start, EXACTLY what I need … pick me, pick me, pick me … please please please :o)ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Di Petta

    I’d love one! Four kids & I’m scared I’m going to forget to pick up someone! Pls choose me ;) ReplyCancel

  • Samantha

    I am moving to another country soon & could really use some help organizing all of the different things we are going to need. i.e. places to go, bills to pay, stores to get what at, new dr & appointments & contact info to keep up with all of my family & friends back homeReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    I have been on the search for ONE place to keep all of my “head stuff” for many years. Thank you for introducing me to the oTi! Love the purple one-my favourite colour.ReplyCancel

{Giveaway} Kaiser Baas Photo Scanner

Please note this giveaway is now closed.  Congratulations to the Tara S, Kate F and Kim O!! Yesterday I showed you that I scan the kids drawings and add them to a digital photo frame.  I use the fantastic digital converter products from Kaiser Baas, and I’m thrilled that 3 lucky readers will have the […]

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  • That’s a fantastic giveaway Katrina! I’m definitely entering.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Thanks Katrina! What a great give away.
    I recently found and subscribed to your blog and want to thak you for all the time and effort you put into sharing with and helping your readers.
    I bought the cleaning checklist the other day and have already foud it an excellen tool for improving ficus and my motivation.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    whoops…clicked post before I’d proof-read…oh well,still kind of understandable! lolReplyCancel

  • Hi Katrina, i’m a new reader of your blog. I also have an organising blog over at http://routinehabit.com/blog. I notice you are also a Qld gal, me too. Anyway just wanted to say I love your site and facebook page and congratulations at your success. I’ve entered your competition and will put a link up on my site about it also. ReplyCancel

{Giveaway} Rose & Lilly – Tidy Books® Bunk Bed Buddy

Over the past few weeks I have been updating my kids toy room.  When we first moved in I painted a feature wall a bright green, and painted some circus themed pictures for their wall.    7 years on we are all ready for something new and it’s remarkable with just a change of colour […]

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  • Amanda Hunt

    I love the way they look, a bit old fashioned but still very modern, would love to win one!ReplyCancel

  • Mel.J

    Can I have two favourite items from Rose & Lily? I couldn’t decide between the bunk bed buddy and the fairy tent. :) What a great giveaway, I would be thrilled to win!ReplyCancel

  • Kristy

    Cool product! I need one for every room in my house : )
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  • craftymum7

    Oh I love it,would love this for lach’s bunk.Off to have a look at the page now,am I going to want to spend lots of money there Kat,LOL.ReplyCancel

  • Kate @ Puddles and Gumboots

    I would love to win this as I am just getting new bunk beds for my smaller two boys this weekendReplyCancel

  • Kate @ Puddles and Gumboots

    Oh and the Rose Fairy Play tent is just so so cute!ReplyCancel

  • Kate

    Great idea! Do they come in different sizes?ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    I love the tidy books bookcase, my little boy would love this, and so would I!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Ooh, Girl Child would love the Rose Fairy Play tent. On the other hand I think the Bounce a bye Baby Ball would be fun for just me.

    Both of my children have bunks so winning the Bunk Bed Buddy would be ideal.ReplyCancel

  • I love the tidy books range, its such a good idea to show the cover of the book instead of the spine, saves having to tidy up after all the books have been pulled off the shelf! lolReplyCancel

  • Maahaa111

    the tidy books bookcase hands down, i adore reading and hope to pass this on to my son and the second little bug im currently cooking up :-) ReplyCancel

  • Love the tidy book bookcase. Would be perfect for my daughter who sleeps in a trundle bed.ReplyCancel

  • Paulette

    Wow, what a fantastic idea, plus it’s cute, plus it fits in with adult decor too :)
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  • Beth

    Oh I need a Learning Tower so badly – my daughter would Love it!ReplyCancel

  • Wow some great products. I LOVE the Learning tower, what an awesome ideaReplyCancel

  • suzieblonde

    The baby steps freezer trays are great. Can freeze ahead of time and have a feed ready without stressing, love these :) ReplyCancel

  • Michelle K

    All liked on FB…. LOVE LOVE LOVE the Rose Fairy Play Tent! Oh to be a child again! lolReplyCancel

  • I’ve been hunting for something like this to go near Heidi’s bunk bed, this is brilliant idea.ReplyCancel

  • Love the tidy books bookcase, I’m so sick of them pulling all the books out to find the one with the duck on the cover.ReplyCancel

  • I love the Learning Tower, what a fantastic idea!!!ReplyCancel

  • Leimay Cherry

    I really like the Tidy Books Bookcase although in my house i’d need several the kids have so many books!
    The learning Tower three piece set is a big favourite too.ReplyCancel

  • Love the learning towerReplyCancel

  • I totally love the Tidy Books Bookcase – compact yet looks like it would hold a decent number of books also. As they are similar to the school bookcases hopefully they would also encourage my kids to keep their books in their neat and tidy as they have to do that at school too ;).
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  • Nicole Westendorp

    The bunk bed buddy is the perfect item for my middle childs room. Her bed is always full of books and gadgets, and this would help so much to keep her bed tidy. ReplyCancel

  • That bunk bed buddy would be perfect for us. Alexander and Sam are in bunks, Alexander on the top. he’s always got a book or two on the go, and it would be a perfect spot for him to keep them, without little hands stealing them away.

    Love their other bookcase as well.ReplyCancel

  • wHAT A GREAT IDEA MY GIRLS COULD USE THIS IN THEIR BEDROOM THE ONE ON THE TOP BUNK ALWAYS SEEMS A BIT RIPPED OFF FOR STORAGE IM SURE THIS WOLD MAKE HER HAPPY.ReplyCancel

  • Great idea to use this to keep school/library books separate and to have one place to put them, so you know where they are when its time to return the books. The Tidy book box would work well for this also :-) ReplyCancel

  • Trish

    My boys would love this when we move they will be in bunks due to space. Great idea for books and special comfort items!ReplyCancel

  • Tinkster

    Love the bunk buddy, would be brilliant for my daughterReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Yay! I just put up my daughter’s first bunk bed and I was telling her about special shelves you can get! ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Rose&Lily have some great items but I really did love the Tidy Books Bunk Bed Buddy the best!!! It can really grow with the childReplyCancel

  • Bridget

    I love these “Tidy Books Bunk Bed Buddy”!! I think they should also make one in a darker wood shade – ie Walnut – because I’d like one next to my bed as well!!ReplyCancel

  • Nsdoube

    This would look great in the girls room and might even keep the books off the floor!ReplyCancel

  • Gabrielle Wallace

    I would LOVE to win a Bunk Buddy, I have been slowly collecting things to redecorate my daughters room as they are going to be sharing a room soon, BUT I just ADORE the Rose Fairy Play Tent on the Rose and Lily site, It is SO gorgeous! xxReplyCancel

  • Nee Harwood

    I’ve been wanting to get one of these for ages! Perfect to keep my son’s special books & treasures safe out of reach from his little brother :) ReplyCancel

  • Hannah Nix

    They have so many great products!! Love the bunk bed buddy! but also the book box tidyReplyCancel

  • Natalie Blanch

    I’d love one of these for my daughter’s books – she loves pulling books out of our big book shelf – maybe if she had her own, she could play with it instead!ReplyCancel

  • Wow! What a beautiful product – defiantly looking forward to being able to put up something like this in our new house in a few weeks! ReplyCancel

  • Crystal Bard

    The HABA Rose Fairy play tent looks fabulous!ReplyCancel

  • nicole disbrey

    I would love a Learning Tower for my kids, much safer option than a chair!ReplyCancel

  • Kylie Whittaker

    Bunk bed buddy would work so well on the wall near our school bag storage for library books!! ReplyCancel

  • Heather

    I truly love the Bunk Bed Buddy…not only will it help to keep the room tidy, but might also encourage more reading…ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    OnTray2Go is my favourite! I saw a similar one on ebay last year but missed out. I’m buying one right now!ReplyCancel

  • Hayley Curtis

    Ohh I absolutely love the Learning Tower. I think we need one of them. The bunk bed buddy would work fantastically in our toy room :D Fantastic giveaway. ReplyCancel

  • Kylie

    Wow these are gorgeous!!! I’ve been looking for some christmas pressies! Love the sruff!!ReplyCancel

  • Salena Lee

    Actually I really love the Tidy Books Bunk Bed Buddy. :) ReplyCancel

  • Tanya Kellard

    The Tidy Book Case is my fave!!! You guys are going to send me completely broke!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kirrily Morse

    The OnTray2Go. As entertaining as it is to watch an 11 month old balance a container on a shopping tray, I’m excited about an alternative.
    All sites liked.ReplyCancel

  • Claire Dauncey

    This is awesome – exactly what we need for our big 6 year old on his top bunk who shares his room with his TWO little brothers aged, just 3 and almost 1. He’s a trooper to put up with all their toys and currently stores his special little things in a ‘treasure box’ on his mattress! Thanks for sharing this awesome product!ReplyCancel

  • Alicia Juarez

    What a great product. Already have the perfect spot picked out for it! LolReplyCancel

  • Alyce

    Oh man, I wish I had this when me and my sister had bunk beds!! I preferred the top and had to reach down to a desk to put my books and such on. So frustrating!ReplyCancel

  • Paulamsutherland

    The Learning Tower elooks fantastic to allow little people to participate in what is going on! The bunk buddy would be perfect for my older boy who shares his room (and bunk bed) with his younger brother and never seems to keep track of his special books/things (he puts things under his top bunk pillow!)ReplyCancel

  • Nicola medrano

    Love this idea. Its the lack of storage that puts me off getting an elevated bed fir my son… If i am not lucky enough to win it, i will seriously look at buying one.ReplyCancel

  • Raelenegraham

    What a fantastic idea,my son is in a bunk and I am constantly called out to bring him a drink of water,a great solution for me and a great place to keep all his other bits and pieces!ReplyCancel

  • Stephanu

    I love the idea of the Learning Tower. My sons love to ‘help’ in the kitchen and this seems like such a practical and safe way of getting them up to bench height. Thank you so much!ReplyCancel

  • Zara

    I love the Bunk Bed Buddy… not only will it help to keep the room tidy but make life a little easier for my better to keep her bedtime books better organisedReplyCancel

  • Love the rose and lily website. So many unique yet practical items to select. I think the freezer trays are very handy as it is a real time saver in preparing meals in advance for my little ones. Fantastic!ReplyCancel

  • Naomi bird

    What a fab idea, my girls would love spmething like this for all their special stuff!!ReplyCancel

  • I love the bunk bed buddy but the Tidy Books Box comes in equally as awesome! Gorgeous products.ReplyCancel

  • Saharagreen

    The Learning Tower is awesome… my toddlers are always trying to join me in the kitchen, so a safe perch is an awesome idea!ReplyCancel

  • Kiara

    LOVE the learning tower-what a special treasure that could be passed down thru generations! Brilliant idea! :-) ReplyCancel

  • Madonna Mathies

    Love the bunk buddy – been looking for something like this for a while. Glad I finally found it….ReplyCancel

  • The toy book box looks great. Also love the bunk shelves. My Two share a room and have been after something special for theirown thingsReplyCancel

  • Tara

    I have been considering putting in a bunk bed in my son’s to make more space and I think I am convinced now just so I can use a Bunk Bed Buddy! I LOVE it!!!ReplyCancel

  • MeredithT

    These look fabulous!ReplyCancel

  • Sara Grace

    Luv the bunk bed book holder and agree what a fab way of keeping library books in one place! And easy for the kids to reach too!ReplyCancel

  • Ash Mack

    What a fantastic product. I love it. I’m doing up my daughter’s bedroom at the moment. She would love this. Thanks for a great giveaway. ReplyCancel

  • Emma

    What a gorgeous lot of products Rose & Lily have, lots that I haven’t seen before! The Bunk Buddy is awesome for keeping kid’s special little treasures safe.ReplyCancel

  • jorobkia

    This is a great idea. My girls don’t have bunk beds but they do have an overflowing shared bedside table with all sorts of treasures. This would work well as they could have some books and a few treasures right next to their bed!ReplyCancel

  • Mel

    I’ve never came across this website before – and i’m missing out! I absolutely love the bunk buddy and I think that both my children need one. ReplyCancel

  • Bree

    My favourite item is the bunk buddy!ReplyCancel

  • Rachael Arnett

    I love the tidy books bookcase!ReplyCancel

  • Claire Lewis

    I love the Rose Fairy play tent, it looks beautiful! We have a tiny little yard so don’t have room for a big playgym outside and are forever building cubby houses with the dining chairs and sheets…ReplyCancel

  • Lisa S

    I’d love to win this. I’m just about to re-do our media room into a games room that incorporates the kids stuff aswell. Off to browse their site now!ReplyCancel

  • Jodie_25

    I love the idea of the learning ladder and the Bunk Bed Buddy is exactly what i have been looking for for my 7 year old, who has a new bunk and i have been worried about putting a shelf up for him…ReplyCancel

  • Erin

    I love the versatility of the learning tower. The Rose Fairy play tent is stunning….Miss 2 and Miss 4 would love that (I’d better start saving!). All the tidy books products are pretty awesome too. Oh I can’t pick one favourite!!ReplyCancel

  • Jknock

    Just LOVE the Tidy Books Bunk Bed Buddy and can see this being used for ALL of my kids. Their bed time routine is so special and having a special spot to keep their treasures means a warm and secure bedtime !ReplyCancel

  • Liz

    I love the Bunk Bed Buddy aswell!! I would put it on the wall in our toy room to extend our Reading corner. I think they are a great way to display and rotate books to keep stimulation levels high!ReplyCancel

  • Kristy Short

    The bunk bed organizer is fantastic, but I especially love th e learni tower!! My youngest loves to watch me cook, but he is so accident prone I stress with him standing on a chair!!!ReplyCancel

  • Linda Coull

    Love these :) ReplyCancel

  • Oz-burkes

    Love the idea of the bunk buddy!! my kids have some toys in every room in the house, with 4 kids thats alot of toys!!ReplyCancel

  • Kristy Sweeney

    The Tidy Book Case is my favourite item at Rose and LilyReplyCancel

  • Sallyrob77

    Love the Learning Tower. Would have loved it for my 3 older kids. Will know have to look into one for my youngest!!!! What a fantastic idea!!!!!! ReplyCancel

  • Nicole

    I love the ontray2go! I wish I had found them before now – would have saved a lot of dropped sultanas and biscuits (and possibly shortened grocery shopping time as I would have to stop and pick them up)ReplyCancel

  • Samantha Savva

    Love this bed buddy! I have never seen anything like this before! Would love to win this and use it in my daughters toy room!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Joy

    Love that Idea. ReplyCancel

  • Kristie Baker

    I like the Learning Tower Art Easel. I really want the pink one in the picture.ReplyCancel

  • The Bunk Buddy is ingenious!! My little daughter has had a book in hand ever since she was able to! There is never a moment she isnt pouring over books- we even call her the little librarian!! the bunk buddy would be a wonderful storage for her bedside story time!! ReplyCancel

  • I absolutely love the Tidy Books Bookcase- as i have that many books and still keep buying more it would be beautiful to display all the childrens books i have in itReplyCancel

  • vkmason

    I have been admiring the Learning Tower for quite some time now. My children would love to stand on this and help do cooking and other craft activities with Mum and Dad. Such a fantastic idea!ReplyCancel

  • Heather

    I like the tidy books bookcase. My little man has so many books already and it would be so good to have somewhere nice to store them where he can see the covers.ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Harvey

    Love the tidy books book case! ReplyCancel

  • Cheryl

    love the fairy tent, but myfave, because it is so useful would be the baby steps healthy snack slicer, it looks so quick and easy to use…& its on sale!ReplyCancel

  • I use use half a dozen of these , what a brilliant idea.ReplyCancel

  • oooh great idea. Love it
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  • Bec B

    Why have I not seen these earlier!! What a fab idea!!! I want one! :D thanks for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Natalie Ellem

    I love how the learning tower has the options to convert into an art easel and into a play house talk about made for kids! I could see my kids easily spending a whole day with one doing loads of imaginative play.ReplyCancel

  • Candice

    The BabySteps Feeding Dish looks great. This Tidy Books Bunk Bed Buddy looks fantastic for storing the kids books.ReplyCancel

  • Ak Browne

    So love the tidy books bookcase! Not dangerous from tipping over like traditional bookcases and love that the books are displayed front-on to encourage kids to pick up a book!ReplyCancel

  • DB

    I love the Tidy Books Bookcase. I so desperately need something like this for my girls’ many many books.ReplyCancel

  • amy

    The coolest ever bunk bed buddy :-) ReplyCancel

  • Vija

    The Learning Tower allows children to share the world around them rather than being left out in the coldReplyCancel

  • Brianna

    I love the bunk buddy, so sweet :) ReplyCancel

  • Megan Cockerill

    Oooh, I love the bunk bed caddy, an amazing idea for my daughter to keep her special books and probably a barbie doll or two! Thanks for introducing me to Rose and Lily!ReplyCancel

  • Corinne Devidas

    I can’t decide between the learning tower or the Tidy books bookcase!ReplyCancel

  • Joanne curtis

    This is exactly what we need! 2 boys in a 2 bedroom unit!ReplyCancel

  • jasmine

    How cool is the Bunk bed buddy, it would save going up & down the ladder for all those little things that my girls love in their bedrooms.ReplyCancel

  • Louise

    I love the book buddy. You can see the books rather than having them spine out on a bookshelf : )ReplyCancel

{Giveaway} Star Concepts Storage Stool

Please note this giveaway is now closed, congratulations to the winner – Tara! Star Concepts – Storage Stools Star Concepts storage stools is both practical and stylish.  This wonderful space saver is designed as storage for kids and a play stool, all in one!  It’s lightweight, has collapsible sides and the removable lid allows you […]

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  • jasmine

    All very clever ideas, but I love writing notes & lists so I's have to say one of my favourites is the Note Book. ReplyCancel

  • Wow, what a fantastic idea! I love the cosmetics bag, that way I can take my munchkins pics around with me even when I go away. ReplyCancel

  • Actually I think these storage stools are a fabulous idea! ReplyCancel

  • I am defintaly loving the stool I always want a better way to show pictures of my babes and this is perfect!
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  • i like the cosmetics cases what a way to show off your family ReplyCancel

  • Jen Muir

    I love the puzzle, my 3 year old daughter is puzzle obsessed, and would go nuts for one using a photo of our wonderful little family :) ReplyCancel

  • The storage stool is definitely my favourite :) ReplyCancel

  • I love these storage stools ReplyCancel

  • Nikki

    I love the idea of the personalised storage cubes! ReplyCancel

  • love the storage box idea ReplyCancel

  • Dee bennett

    The storage stool is my fav. It's practical and funky! xxx ReplyCancel

  • Sharmian

    Love the puzzles! What a great idea & a good gift ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty Bell

    The puzzles and storage stools are great but with Xmas coming up soon the mugs are a great gift for family. ReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    The storage stools are brilliant. Haven't seen anything like that before. What a great gift for a grandparent at Christmas time… ReplyCancel

  • Kirstie

    Gotta love the storage stool – anything that hides mess is a blessing in the messy world my little miss lives in !! ReplyCancel

  • Lynelle

    Love those storage stools I'm always looking for a way to store my childrens 'treasures' and it looks so good too! ReplyCancel

  • Julie

    Its a toss up between the puzzle and the placemat. My son is on the Autism Spectrum and anything that gives him extra visuals for identifying his belongings and using fun to reaffirm everyday tasks are great for us. Awesome ideas!! The stool would be a great prize for the lucky winner. Good luck everyone :) ReplyCancel

  • Sooo hard to pick one!! – maybe, cosmetic bag, placemat AND loove the storage box stool!!
    you find the most wonderful treats! ReplyCancel

  • Monique

    thank you thank you for sharing this site. Wow so many fantastic product and just in time for xmas. I love the customised canvases and who would of thought of putting a photo on a cleaning cloth maybe I can customise them for each room kids in the bubble bath for the bathroom, family xmas dinner photo on the kitchen cloth so many ideas. The stool would be a great idea to tackle my daughters room (you inspired me after your daughters room). ReplyCancel

  • Zara

    absolutely love the storage stools, a great way to cherish those precious photos of the kidsReplyCancel

  • Mia

    Lots of fabulous ideas. Love the storage stools. The puzzles are a great idea. Lots in that section actually. Thanks for the link.
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  • Clare

    I love these storage boxes! They are so cute & I haven't seen anything like them before. It's a great site, heaps of fab ideas for gifts! ReplyCancel

  • I realy love the personalised iphone covers! Great giveaway! ReplyCancel

  • Yolanda

    Love storage that doubles as stool. A multitasker indeed!! ReplyCancel

  • Julie Pike

    I am just lovn the personalised puzzle – my kids would be blown away when they finished the puzzle and realised it was a picture of their face! Definately a special keepsake for our family.

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  • Toss up between the storage stool…gotta love a multi-purpose storage solution….or the iPhone covers, what a great way to carry your treasured ones with you always! ReplyCancel

  • Jessie Boan

    I love the idea of the storage stool so that would be my hands-down favourite. My boy is obsessed with carrying treasures in a box or bag. He would LOVE something that was just his. Otherwise, I like the iPhone covers too – great idea! ReplyCancel

  • Angie Wright

    Okay. I love, love, love their storage stools. It is amazing that is can be sat on and it is storage. Multifunctional is a winner. I also really like the speakers to take to the gym or do housework with. It looks like an awesome conversation starter. There was so much to choose from. Those are my favorites. ReplyCancel

  • nikke miller

    I love the portable speakers for the iphone or ipod, I think its a fantastic idea, pictures of the family yet practical as well doubled as a speaker unit, what a nice idea ReplyCancel

  • Vanessa

    Love the stools and iPhone covers, very personalized so I can tell mine and my husbands phones apart!! ReplyCancel

  • The iphone covers and the placemats were my fav ReplyCancel

  • I really love those double sided Christmas ornaments, what a great gift those would be. ReplyCancel

  • I love the notebook, what a great gift for a new mum. A photo of her newbie where she can record all the pregnancy, birth and childhood details. ReplyCancel

  • melanie w

    love the look of the portable speakers thats a pretty goovey idea. ReplyCancel

  • kim tan

    adore the puzzles! MY 2 year old twins LOVE puzzles and gives them joy for hours!!! ReplyCancel

  • Star Concepts is an amazing company, i have recieved everything, iphone covers, makeup containers but what i love what Olivia does is turn your family memory photos into walls of art… making a last memory a decoration for all to share… ReplyCancel

  • Kim

    Definitely the stool! Would be fabulous for my daughters room! Thank you.ReplyCancel

  • Dannii

    I really love the pictures displayed on the mini artframes…so gorgeous and amazinly displayed. GREAT way to show off pictures of your family.ReplyCancel

  • Kristy Sweeney

    I love the puzzle. I know my daughter would love a puzzle of herself she would think it was very special.ReplyCancel

  • Cherie Humphries

    My favourite product is the cosmetic bag as when im away from my children they would be with me in a photoReplyCancel

  • Lisa S

    My favourite products are the coasters and notebook!ReplyCancel

  • Kylie

    Great ideas!!! I like the xmas ornaments but also very much like the storage stools…ReplyCancel

  • Zoe Belz

    I love the iphone 4 cover!ReplyCancel

  • Marie O

    I think the puzzle is just lovely but the storage stool is a great product and really different!ReplyCancel

  • Leticia

    Love the storage stools and the personalised christmas decorations! Fab ideas!ReplyCancel

  • Tash

    Love the portable speakers! :) ReplyCancel

  • debbie whitford

    A great gift idea for xmas. My favorite ,storing box.ReplyCancel

  • Belinda

    Love the iphone covers. My phone out all the time. What a great talkinh point.ReplyCancel

  • Faye Berry

    Love love loe the Xmas ornaments, would love to creat some for my special lil man’s first xmas this year, he will be 9 months old :) Love the storage stool ideas- witht he train design- perfect for my Big Boy’s Thomas the Tank collection!ReplyCancel

  • Amys

    Love the iphone covers and xmas ornaments. and the stool and well everything :) ReplyCancel

  • Sarshutch

    Don’t have to see all they have as yet but LOVE the stools!ReplyCancel

  • Genevieve Peden

    Oh these look awesome I would have to say these are my fav <3ReplyCancel

  • Nat ~ The Owl & the Elephant

    How cool are those storage stools? Honestly haven’t seen anything like it. Thanks for posting :)
    NatReplyCancel

  • Roxannetownsend

    I love these and i know a few neices who will get them for christmas!
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  • bernadette

    the i phone 4 covers, i have my son and my homescreen but to have him on the back would be awesum….ReplyCancel

  • I like the glasses cleaning cloth. It would make a great and original present for christmas or a birthday and its useful.ReplyCancel

{Giveaway} Go away, Mr Worrythoughts!

Please note this giveaway is now closed, congratulations to Mallory! I met the author of  “Go Away, Mr Worrythoughts!”, Nicky Johnston at the AusMumpreneurs conference in August.  We bumped into each other over a slice of chocolate cake.   Meeting Nicky has now changed me as a parent.   Nicky introduced herself as an avid […]

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  • Kate P

    My little worrier is my daughter (11) who has been bullied since her entry into kindergarten :( these books sounds brilliant – I will be sure to look them up!ReplyCancel

  • simone

    My 5 yr old worries about everything, and gets quite distressed if she thinks shes doing something wrong. These books sound fantastic!ReplyCancel

  • lolita

    My 5yo dd expects so much from herself, and gets so frustrated when she doesnt get something right, its so hard to get her out of her “sad about everything and I’ll never be able to do it mummy!” mood. These books sound like a great idea!ReplyCancel

  • My children are now grown up but I would LOVE to win these books to give to my nephew and his wife who are struggling SO much with their little worrier son !! They are at their wits end and it would be great to be able to give them some encouragement and a new idea for them to try!ReplyCancel

  • Ruth

    My dear Mr 5 has always been an anxious little soul. We talk about him being Mr Brave but I think it will be a lifelong journey for him in working to overcome his fears. Our aim is that his anxiety does not hold him back in life.ReplyCancel

  • Jessica Williams

    these sensitive little souls (yes I have one of own, a very deep thinker who worries too much about everyone and who overthinks everything) are the conscience of our world and they carry that load on their little shoulders, anything we can do to help with that load is a great start and these books sound like a step in the right directionReplyCancel

  • I can’t use your FB like button because I don’t use my personal FB profile and stupid facebook won’t let you use a page login to do it. But I wanted to say that these books sound fabulous. One of my twins is a champion worrier. She is sometimes up all night worrying about what seems to be such tiny unimportant things to me, but things that are obviously big and important for her. We’ve done a lot of work using a ‘catastrophe scale’ to help her decide how bad something really is as well as lots of self talk and strategies to help her ‘plan her worries away’ which has helped a lot.

    This book sounds fabulous, I’m going to look into getting a copy.ReplyCancel

  • Christeen

    Hi
    Wow, my daughter is exactly like this. She worries about small things and is incredibly hard on herself if she doesn’t succeed at things the first time. None of my friends kids are like this so we thought it was just us. It has gotten worse since the start of school and WE now worry about how she will cope later in life when there really will be hard things to deal with. It is somewhat of a releif that even reading the few comments before me I can see we aren’t the only ones. The books sound great.ReplyCancel

  • Karen

    Oooh. This also sounds like my daughter. We have learnt to recognise her anxiety by when the fingers head to the mouth and she starts chewing. We have been trying to encourage her out of it, but is hard. She is definitely not a kid who will approach others and clings closely when more outgoing kids approach her.ReplyCancel

  • My sister is the little worrier. She has a down syndrome little boy and the combination of his disabillity and her worrying caused her to try and take her own life last year. My children have seen this and don’t understand what an impact mental health has on people and family members around the trauma. I would love to win this to help my kids understand that just by talking to someone, that this can help in so many ways. If I don’t then I would like to commend Nikki Johnson on her tackling of a very difficult situation. My hats off to her.ReplyCancel

  • Leanne Partridge

    Personally my own children express their worries and concerns throughout their ups and downs in life. But as a family daycare provided I care for young toddlers who start to show concerns and worries very early in life. I think this would be a great resource in helping these little ones with their own little hurdles in life that may come up from time to time.ReplyCancel

  • Cherie Humphries

    I would love to win a copy just so I could help my children if neccesary I suffer from anxiety when I worry/stress gets the better of me.. I can feel when Im anxious now and am able to control it a little bit. The books seems like a great readReplyCancel

  • Mum2four

    Thanks for this! My son struggles with anxiety, and compares himself to his 3 sisters. He acts the clown to try and cover / hide his worries.ReplyCancel

  • These books sound fantastic. Anxiety is something my Miss 6 has been battling for awhile – part personality and part position in the family.ReplyCancel

  • Alicia Manning

    You could be describing my seven year old with the ‘bad moods’ comment. She has seperation issues with me and worries about a lot of things. I will be getting these books, thanks.ReplyCancel

  • Julie

    I would love to win one of these books for my 8 year old daughter to help her understand members of her family(in particular her cousin and MYSELF) and members of her class who have anxiety problems. Sounds like it would be explained in a helpful way.ReplyCancel

  • Heather

    I have 2 sons with anxiety….and they both show it in very different ways. My 12 yr old is very emotional, where as my 9 year old becomes very frustrated and acts out and becomes naughty. They both have issues with sleep at times, but with help from a fantastic psychologist, they are working hard and are making huge improvements.I know this will be a lifelong condition as my husband also suffers from anxiety, but by tacking the issues while they are young, I hope they will have the tools in life to tackle any future problems.ReplyCancel

  • Oh how I wish these books were available to me when I was young. As someone who lives with GAD (Generalised Anxiety Disorder) I would have benefited from something like this greatly. I also have two small children and want them to grow up with confidence and an ability to tackle any anxiety they may experience. Maybe with a tool like this I might be able to help give them the tools I wish I had had.ReplyCancel

  • Taryn Franklin

    My family has a history of anxiety disorders and unfortunately my children look as though they are also developing anxiety. My daughter worries about alot of things. These books look like a fantastic resourse and would be a great help to helping her overcome her worries.ReplyCancel

  • Just these last few days I’ve noticed my little ‘feeler’, miss almost four, become more anxious and worried about things and her inability to express he worries with words leaves her breaking down emotionally. Oh the tears! I’d love the book to be able to help her fond a way to express how she’s feeling because I’m just not sure what words to use to help her become more confident and unafraid of h worries:)ReplyCancel

  • Katie Walkerden

    My beautiful 8yr old daughter has had anxiety for some time, she suffers from encopresis and although she is on the mend, concerns herself with silly little things, building them into a major issue. This book sounds so wonderful and what a fantastic way to look at the half full cup!ReplyCancel

  • I have two daughters, 12 & 8, who worry a lot. My oldest does seem to have an anxiety disorder, although it’s not yet been diagnosed. This sounds like a very helpful book!ReplyCancel

  • VANESSA

    I smiled as read your blog above and learned of the books written by Nicky Johnston. Both of my children (Miss 10 and Mr 8) suffer from Anxiety and my son has Aspergers. Our daily life presents us with all sorts of challenges and our psychologist uses the term Mr Worry when helping them to overcome their anxious feelings. We are relocating at the end of the year from Sydney to Melbourne and I’m sure Mr Worry will be rearing his ugly head over the next few months. I think I must obtain these books for our library. We need all the help we can get!ReplyCancel

  • Amie lee Addsion

    My lil worry wort is my three year old son he worries about the weather the time he has to be asleep at night how long his brothers will be away at school .As a mother with general anxiety disorder i try tell keep him grounded and centred back to happy thoughts but as a worrier myself its jsut natural to worry bout his poor lil mind but im sure we will work toward him being carefree xoReplyCancel

  • Dani Neale

    I work in childcare and I think a book like this would be a great addition to my class, we have storytime everyday and they are avid listeners!! I have many little worriers and though their worries are small to us, they mean a lot to them and this would be a great resource for them. I would love to win this book! Goodluck to everyone and i hope this giveaway will help a little worrier out there! :) ReplyCancel

  • Gael Macpherson

    Oddly enough, just tonight my 4 year old beseiged me at bedtime with questions about some of the bible stories from sunday school. I guess it’s easier for us grown-ups to just see the message from those stories, but he clearly has been worrying about some of the things that happened in the stories.ReplyCancel

  • Camilla

    My 4 year suffers from anxiety and we often don’t know how to help him express his worries. He uses phrases he learns from stories but at the moment all he has are “sad words”.ReplyCancel

  • Toni Olsen

    My little man who is 5 starts school next year.He currently get so worked up when i have to leave him for daycare.The anxiety starts the night before and he gets himself so sick.These books sound awesome and something i will look into getting.ReplyCancel

  • Holly Clarke

    It does seem that 5 year olds do worry. My little man has anxiety over all sorts of things and I am starting to think these books may be our saviour. He has separtion anxiety (we are not looking forward to school next year but dont tell him that of course), he is scared of the dark and stesses way too much. His sister has been diagnosed with aspergers and suffers anxiety also. We are finding the behaviours with our son challenging and have tried everything we know of (including professional advice)to help with our situation. He still comes to our bed because he is scared, sad or lonely every night and we put him back everytime, several times a night. He cries when either my husband or I go to work even though one of us is home and as for kinder well thats a disaster! Fingers crossed for Prep 2012!ReplyCancel

  • Judy Cheretis

    I really need to read this, ASD diagnosed, having problems :( ReplyCancel

  • Roslyn

    As a teacher, I come across worriers every school day. Their worries may be trivial to some but they are all encompassing to the children. It would be great to give them some tools to deal with dealing with worry.ReplyCancel

  • Tansey

    I have a 5yo son who has always been a sensitive little soul. He has trouble using hid words when he has trouble with something, so he cries instead. It would be great to help him learn to express himself and try to help him through life’s obstacles!ReplyCancel

  • Mick

    What an amazing idea to create such a helpful tool for those of us whose children suffer so needlesslyReplyCancel

  • Cathy

    About time! Fantastic concept. As a singer, we use songs to help express emotions & opem conversations about feelings. This will be a wonderful complement.ReplyCancel

  • Karen semple

    Hi
    I am a guidance counsellor who works in schools. I am passionate about working with children who have high anxiety! I find picture books are invaluable in teaching children strategies on how to feel better! I would love to read this book and use it in my work with children!ReplyCancel

  • I can’t wait to get my hands on these books. My daughter is a sweety and stresses out way too much about things going on in her life. Although I mostly listen and only give advice when she asks for it, I wish I could help her more.ReplyCancel

  • Deanne Pell

    My very intelligent 6 year old is a very anxious worrier! Sometimes he expects so much of himself and others and he doesn’t understand why it doesn’t always happen the way he thinks it should. He always has so many thoughts running around in his head. Too many for a little boy. I would love something to help him learn coping skills. These books sound like just the thing we are looking for!ReplyCancel

  • kerry santillo

    Worry worry go away
    happiness is here to stay,
    a beautiful book
    would love to take a look !!
    thanks for a chance. :) ReplyCancel

  • Lucym

    My gorgeous 5 year old suffers from terrible anxiety. It also comes across as bad moods & behavior. It is breaking my heart as I also suffer from anxiety & depression. I would love some tools to help her.ReplyCancel

  • Lori

    My 5yo takes after me I think! She worries about things, especially at school, and always expects the worse case scenario. If something even minor happens at school she is too worried to go the next day thinking that something worse will happen.ReplyCancel

  • Chantal Williams

    How wonderful that an Australian author has written such a meaningful and helpful book. I would love to win a copy for my little worrier ;) ReplyCancel

  • Donna

    I would absolutely love your book. My little girl is always worried about things. I know she is a bright little girl, but at school she has trouble finishing her work or answering questions, just in case she is wrong. I just wish she would stop being a Miss Worrythoughts.ReplyCancel

  • K Dwyer

    My boyfriend has three special little boys that lost their mum. This book would help them immensely.ReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    My daughter is 9 and reading this is like a lightbulb going off. I’d never considered that this might be my daughters problem even though I suffer from a depressive disorder and have full blown anxiety attacks myself. My poor little darling has been like this for quite sometime and now I think I know why :’(ReplyCancel

  • Kylie

    I have six children, all at sometime have experienced anxiety. Unfortunately it can become a challenge to manage and help them through. I would love this for my friends 5 Yr old daughter. Before doing most daily tasks or anything really, noises need to be explained then all the what if’s & how comes need to be satisfactory to her and then if things don’t go how she has expected they would it can be quite a challenge to calm her! She is improving with hard work and understanding, a book like this could be read by her and she can internalize things herself while reading then go from there.ReplyCancel

  • JB Perth

    Thanks for sharing this site. I have been looking for a book to help Master 4, after a traumatic hospital visit, he has developed anxiety and has trouble getting control over his mood swings.ReplyCancel

  • Jill Hobbin

    Our DD, Miss 6, is a little worrier. It breaks my heart to see how upset (and worried) she can become over different situations that have happened or how she worries about what ‘might’ happen in the future. I guess after much consideration… I have come to realise that she is much the same as I was as a child. I was (and to a certain extent stil am) a worrier and she has taken on similar characteristics… maybe this book will be able to enlighten us both and we will be able to send those thoughts packing!! <3ReplyCancel

  • Naomi

    I have a little worrier who gets concerned about the weather, when something doesn’t turn out the way he wants, and life in general.ReplyCancel

  • Our adorable Mstr 7 is our little worrier. We would love to read these books with him and help him to turn his worry thoughts to happy feelings :) ReplyCancel

  • Natasha Faulkhead

    all these comments are oh so familiar,and the funny thing is that i never realised that my challenging Mr 10′s acting out was anxiety!!I feel sooo relieved that i now have somewhere to work from thankyou,thankyou,thankyou!!!ReplyCancel

  • Ruth B

    I work with Special Needs children and have several with anxiety issues who have great difficulty fitting in with school routines. We are always looking for new ideas and ways to help these troubled children to reach their potential.ReplyCancel

  • My little worrier who was diagnosed with anxiety has grown into a big worrier who is 20 this year. I wish we had this available to us then. I now have a 6 year old and want to ensure he does not develop the same worrying patterns our other 2 children have.ReplyCancel

  • JUlie C

    My little worrier was bullied at Day care about 2 years ago, even though he was helped with positive roll playing and removed from that centre to a better one – he still brings it up.
    Makes me soooooooooo made at the staff for not punishing the bully and making my son suffer.ReplyCancel

  • Michele Hill

    Would be a great resource for working with children with anxiety thanksReplyCancel

  • Leila

    My Mr 3 is a worrier, he worries about everyday things, unusual things and those that just spring up.ReplyCancel

  • Mallory

    Master 5 has been a worrier since he could express himself. At DayCare he always woke when other’s cried. Always checked on others when he could move and always asks after others when he could talk. He still cries about my Grandfateher passing away 2 years ago, now. I have tried so many things, but am starting to wonder if a psychologist is the answer.ReplyCancel

  • My beautiful little girl (now 3) was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 22 months old. Her loving big brother, 5 years old worries about her and asks questions about her health all the time! I would love a happy thoughts book to read to them!ReplyCancel

  • Stacey

    Wow, I wish books like these were available when I was growing up. I read everything when I was little to understand the world. But I was a worrier then and a worrier today. I hope to be able to break that cycle with first bub on the way.ReplyCancel

  • MelFenech

    I never thought about my daughter in this way but thankyou Organised Housewife for not only making my house ‘less cluttered’ but for opening my eyes to this problem and show me a great way to go about it!ReplyCancel

  • Tracy Williams

    I have a feeling this could be an issue for one of my children and I think they get it from me :( Would love to read more about it and help them (and me? lol) :) ReplyCancel

  • Erin

    Miss 4 is a worrier (who gets it from her mum). In trying to help her manage her worries, I am also aware that my biggest challenge is modelling it with my own worries!ReplyCancel

  • Beth Mitchell

    my worrier is my 5yr old son. I wish that I could help him smile more and be happier! The book sounds great!ReplyCancel

  • Bec

    I am currently separating from my husband, and we have 2 boys aged 3 and 5. I approached a childhood psychologist in preparation of breaking this news to the boys, and she really emphasized the need to talk openly about feelings. Though the boys are not displaying any negative behaviour associated with these circumstances, I am sure this resource would enable us to prepare them as best we can, instill some resilience in them, and assist them as best we can through this transition.ReplyCancel

  • Jasmine Shea

    This is truly my DS9. I have bought another book suggested by a psychologist which was worthwhile but I have still been looking for other books that can help both him, and me. Just to remind him he is not alone and that we can help him through it. It has all stemmed from bad experiences at school unfortunately so it is something we are continually working on.
    Even if I didn’t win this book, I will certainly be heading off to buy a copy.ReplyCancel

  • Girl Child (8) is a worrier and a perfectionist. She won’t try some things in case she doesn’t get it right first time. I know I worry a lot. It’s sad that my kids have got it from me.ReplyCancel

  • kathleen Goldsmith

    My 4 and a half year old daughter is becoming increasingly distressed about having to do things perfectly. If she doesn’t think she can do it right she flat refuses to do it or gets very upset. She had recently also started asking after a favorite toy she lost 12 months ago and becomes very distressed reliving it over and over.

    She is so emotional and angry at times, I really am at a loss!!!

    Feeling very concerned about her recent behavior and these books would be great to read.ReplyCancel

  • Sophie

    I think all 5 of my children need to read these 2 books! I know it runs in the family. Thanks Nicky and Katrina!ReplyCancel

  • Sarie

    It think this would help both my older boys, though my middle son is certainly the most concerned. He stresses a lot and becomes very cranky as a result. I would love to read these with themReplyCancel

  • Linda Addison

    My little worrier is my sisters little boy. He is two years old and is starting to become distressed at anything that is a little out of the ordinary – loud noises, dark rooms etc etc. His aunty (me) would love to help.ReplyCancel

  • Helen Muller

    My son is almost 8 and he is showing that he has the weight of the world on his shoulders. I, myself suffer from anxiety and panic attacks so it is worrying to see slight signs of this in my son too. I think these books would be great for him to read and help him understand things.ReplyCancel

  • My nearly 5yr old is such an old soul. He worries about everything, especially his little brother and me. I often have to reassure him that he doesn’t have to worry about things as it seems he has the wait of the world on his shoulders. These books look great!ReplyCancel

  • Fleeton Family

    I am sorry to say that i am a worrier. I am concerned about every aspect of my world and sadly, the apple does not fall far from the tree…. as my little miss 5 year old is the same if not worse…
    We have recently moved from the city to the country and now instead of being concerned about day care issues, choice of clothing and her hair styles, she has taken on worrying about the cows in the back paddock, if the chickens have laid the eggs yet, if we have enough water in the tank so she can have a big bath, and if the mice will get under the door and eat out food…
    Far to much concern and worry for a little person, which i tell her daily but i cant get to her stop… She had a big heart and with heart, comes worry!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Elissa

    My 5 year old daughter is a sensitive soul too. We went out together and bought a little worry doll for her that she keeps under her pillow at night and it has helped a great deal. I am very interested in grabbing a copy of this book, what a great idea!ReplyCancel

  • Sonia Hay

    My 8 year old son is a very fussy eater, has a fear of trying new foods and is always putting himself down and calls himself stupid because he thinks he isn’t like other kids. These books s sound wonderful!ReplyCancel

  • Vanessa Young

    My little worrier is my 6 year old grand daughter, Chloe. She has Austism Spectrum Disorder but can read and understand books. Her anxiety is becoming more severe and her world is shrinking as a consequence. She used to LOVE K Mart but something frightened her there so she can’t go anymore, no more Coles when it is too busy etc. Stories are an excellent way of communicating with ASD and I will be buying the story, if I win I will donate it to Chloe’s classroom.ReplyCancel

  • Jacinta

    My 7 year old son has always worried about things that a kid shouldn’t be worrying about. From the thought of sleeping over, even on holidays with us, to trying anything new, to not wanting to go in a friends car because the inside is the wrong colour. We try to help him to not miss out on all the fun things he avoids, but some stratagies to help would be fantasticReplyCancel

  • Nicole

    What an inspiration is the writer, helpig children through her own experience. My 9 yo girl and 6 yo boy are both sensitive souls and manage their worries in very different ways. Like a lot of children they worry about different things in their lives and it is important to help them deal with these worries effectively. Communication with children through stories is an excellent way to help them and relay important messages that they will hold with them for many years to come. Congratulations to Nicky on a great idea and I wish her every success with her book.ReplyCancel

  • Jessie Boan

    My worrier is my ever-cautious, overthinking 5yo son. He has difficulties trying new things, or anticipating new experiences due to his thought patterns. Having worked as a mental health practitioner (with adults) before having kids, I would love to share this book with my own son, and others I seem to meet all the time. This is the first time I have seen such a resource for children, yet such an important skill to teach even the youngest. Thanks for the chance.ReplyCancel

  • Mardi

    For a 5 and 7 yo little ones with unnecessary worries, hopefully to help with better sleep.ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca

    Isn’t it funny how when you have children, you see traits about yourself that you dislike become apparent in your precious child’s personalities. For years I tried to tell myself that I am not a worrier…. until my son (now 4)began showing signs of anxiousness and frustration. It has been very confronting to admit to myself that this trait is mine and I need to help my son learn to live with and manage this part of his otherwise beautiful personality before it impacts his self esteem. If I don’t win these books, I will buy them! Perhaps they will teach this old girl something too!ReplyCancel

  • Kirra

    Very helpful, and very necessary. Hope the sales are massive, and that there is a corresponding awareness increase. Best of luck!ReplyCancel

  • Jenn

    I love my little worrier to bits. I also worry that talking with others about her and her worries can sometimes make them bigger for her (and for me too). Im always looking for ways to address whats necessary and help her move through what I hope is a stage (albite a long one) rather than a permanent disposition. Its great to see these sort of resources out there.
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  • sandie

    always so great to find a new resource to help not only my little worrier, but to help this big worrier from worrying about finding ways to help him. ReplyCancel

  • My little worrier has turned me into a big worrier! ReplyCancel

  • Nicky M

    My little worrier (7 years old) is just like his mum, I want to break the cycle! Last Friday, at School, he was told that he would be having the relief Teacher for the next two weeks. This relief teacher shouts a lot and scares him, so he cried after school, and every now and then over the weekend when it popped back into his mind. On Monday he came home with an award from this scary teacher for being well behaved in class, which resulted in a toy (as promised by Mum for rewards). If he hadn't have had that teacher, he would not have got an award and therefore would not have a new pack of Mighty Beanz which he is playing with right now!!! ReplyCancel

  • Cass

    My son has recently been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, so this book would be perfect for him. ReplyCancel

  • My little worrier is quite a big worrier really! The eldest of 5 she takes every little thing onboard and stresses herself out a lot! Recently I've discovered several of my friends also have kids suffering from anxiety and it is great to know that there are books and other resources out there that can help our 'worriers'! ReplyCancel

  • My 4 yo has an anxious personality (like his mum) so this book would be helpful for both of us. ReplyCancel

  • Kristy

    Hi Katrina, I stumbled across this page by exploring your office organisation tips! I have been toying with the idea that my Miss 6 may suffer from anxiety and low self esteem as opposed to the idea that she is in a continuos bad mood, she also compares herself to her siblings and friends in a way that seems excessive. Thanks for this post, it has prompted me to look into it futher.ReplyCancel

    • Honesly Kristy, I wasn’t aware she was suffering anxiety either until I was talking to Nicky (author of Go Away Mr Worrythoughts) about a particular characteristic she was showing and once I realised she had anxiety I was surprised that I had overlooked it as it then was obvious. But you just don’t realise that kids can suffer it too. I hope the books help your miss 6.ReplyCancel

  • Dawn

    It is encouraging to know that I am not the only parent dealing with a child who suffers anxiety. My 13yo has clinical anxiety, and it’s always been that way … high school made it so bad that the school thought she was autistic! Very grateful to read about this author, and I will seek out her books ASAP!ReplyCancel

    • Her books area wonderful and have truly helped to make a difference. It wasn’t until i read these books the real reasons behind her behaviours.ReplyCancel

      • Dawn

        I should clarify … this is nothing new, and she is also on the autism spectrum in a mild sort of way. Thankfully my family is excellent about it, and the school receives funding and she is supported in a spectacular fashion! I’ve been dealing with 2 kids on the spectrum for a long time, and other parents often ask my advice … it would be great to point them toward these books :) ReplyCancel

  • Alexis Inns

    Mr 8 in our house goes to bed every night worrying about dieing and if he is going to wake up. I never gave it a thought that he might be suffering from anxiety. I think a need to get myself a copy of this book, to help me and him. ThanksReplyCancel

    • ooh the poor little man, hard thoughts to have before sleeping. The books may help ReplyCancel

  • Bree

    My 7 year old suffers anxiety, he suffers a but at school at the hands of a bully and often also compares himself to others negatively, I would love to get my hands on these books do I can help him deal with thisReplyCancel

  • My 4 year old son is a worrier. he often expresses being worried about something or other most days – be it something he saw on a cartoon, if the sun will come up tomorrow or not, something from day care, that we will run out of bananas … the list is never ending. Being a single mother, i find it really hard to help him through these feelings and try and process them in a postive way, without just dismissing his feelings as irrelevant – this is not something i want to do!
    So, having said that – I would be VERY keen to get a hold of these books and make them a part of our routine!
    Cheers
    GabReplyCancel

    • Ooh he’s so young, but great it you can help him through it now. The books are beautifully illustrated so he will certainly enjoy themReplyCancel

Giveaways extended – commenting issues fixed

I have received a few emails that some readers are having trouble commenting and entering giveaways.  Those not using internet explorer had problems.  I have changed the contact forms and commenting system which should now allow you to enter the giveways. I am leaving recent giveways open till midnight, Saturday 10th September, so those having troubles can now […]

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  • Click link above for list of giveaways that I have left open due to these issues.ReplyCancel

  • Ma Graham

    leaving comments in hopes its in right placeReplyCancel

  • Sandra G

    Leaving comment here as can’t see where to Like on Toybox give-away. Is an amazing giveaway, and however wins it, will certainly have their little one organised. Thanks.ReplyCancel

  • Now that’s interesting. I’ve been getting the same problem. I’ve discovered if people don’t leave web address they can comment. Something funny must be going on!!ReplyCancel

  • Mel Fenech

    not sure where to ‘like’ for toybox giveaway either… thanks for sharing!ReplyCancel

{Giveaway} 4MyEarth – Lunch wraps and pockets

This giveaway is now closed – congratulations to prize winner Wendy S. We are celebrating The Organised Housewife winning AusMumpreneur Best Blog 2011 with a few giveaways, this is the second giveaway for the week!! Recently our school selected a few classrooms to participate in a litter free lunchbox program.  Miss 6′s class was a […]

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  • Mel_proctor76

    My favorite product is the stainless steel drink bottle as its stylish, practical and doesn’t change the waters taste like most drink bottles, easy to carry & lightweight. ReplyCancel

  • Cartzy5

    It would have to be the stainless drink bottle, no more plastic bottles containing bpa – save our health & environment !! All Great products though.ReplyCancel

  • Kylielowrie

    I love the sandwich wraps, as they are so easy to use, no sticky plastic, and no waste!ReplyCancel

  • Kylielowrie

    I love the sandwich wraps, as they are so easy to use, no sticky plastic, and no waste!ReplyCancel

  • Zoeanne21

    I love the sandwich wraps best! Not as bulky and heavy as a sandwich keeper and easy for little people to use :) ReplyCancel

  • Zoeanne21

    I love the sandwich wraps best! Not as bulky and heavy as a sandwich keeper and easy for little people to use :) ReplyCancel

  • Nichole Atchison

    I love the sandwich pockets. They look like a great way to avoid wasting the number of zip lock bags we go through in this household!ReplyCancel

  • Jess Frisch

    I have been using the pockets for ages now with the kids lunches- and have even been know to steal them on occasion myself- the pockets are great for rice crackers, bread for toast, bikkies- all great on night duty at work, and with the knowledge I am doing just that little bit to save our earth!ReplyCancel

  • Jacqueline Holden

    I like the sandwhich and snack pockets. What a great idea. The bright colours for the kids to like, and I like how I would be saving money on not having to buy zip lock bags, whilst helping the planetReplyCancel

  • Janelle

    I cannot decide which like more the sandwhich pockets or the lunch bags. I have spent so many $’s on plastic lunch containers to try and reduce my packaging but in the end they break and it becomes landfill anyhow. This way no landfill AND easy cleaning. Terrific idea and great product.ReplyCancel

  • Jasmine

    Lots of great products but I particuarlry love the lunch bags, lots of colours to choose from, my favourite is
    ” peace & love” ReplyCancel

  • Tonyandvic

    Hard to decide but i think the lunch wraps are probably my favourite. Not only do they look like giftwrap (enticing for picky eaters) but they look easy to open and the fact there is no rubbish created is awesome. :) ReplyCancel

  • Hayleybehrens

    The Lunch wrap looks like it is a winner in my house. I have used enough cling wrap for my daughters lunches in the last 7 years to go to the moon and back. Brilliant idea. One of those ideas that I wished I could have come up with. :-) ReplyCancel

  • If I were a kid and found a Lunch Wrap in my lunch box I would feel so special! Goodbye to the cling wrap and hello funky!ReplyCancel

  • Alimitch81

    I love the sandwich wrap because I hate messing around with the cling wrap it always sticks onto itself and gets me annoyedReplyCancel

  • Siti

    I love the canvas shopper bags because then I don’t end up with a bagful of plastic bags taking up space at home and never get used. At least with the canvas bags I can put it away neatly ready for my next shopping trip.ReplyCancel

  • Nee Say

    Love the snack pocket – very easy for little fingers. Our kindy is cling wrap free & I hate ziplock bags – seems such a waste for 2 biccies.ReplyCancel

  • Love the Sandwich Wraps, my husband is not a fan of cling wrap and as such will use a huge amount of alfoil to wrap his sandwiches. This would save both time and money when he makes his own lunch!ReplyCancel

  • Tracy

    I like the Sandwich Wrap as it save on $$ and the cling film can be fidderly for the young ones plus it is like a nice little plate.ReplyCancel

  • The sandwich wrap is AMAZING!!!! What a fab idea!!!ReplyCancel

  • The sandwich wrap is a great idea as it isn’t bulky – and isn’t clingwrap!ReplyCancel

  • Love the sandwich wrap, am amazed no-one has thought of this before, looks easy to clean, great for the environment, saves time messing around with cling wraps, the type of personalised lunch box accomaniment that my Daughter would love! Well DoneReplyCancel

  • Mel J

    My favourite would be the stainless steel drink bottle. We swapped over to those a few years back & I couldn’t get them in Australia. I’m really glad to find somewhere local I’ll be able to replace them! I can taste the difference.ReplyCancel

  • mandy

    sandwich wrap is a great idea youd save money big time! ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Rayner

    I can only pick one thing? OH! There are awesome ideas on that site … but I guess I’d say the snack bag (in butterfly print, for my girly girl). I don’t use clingwrap on her sandwiches, placing them in a tupperwear container instead, but her snacks cause me issues (I can’t get the right sized tupperwear containers). However if I win I would definately use it ALL!ReplyCancel

  • Lynley Muller

    I love the Sandwich wraps, Words on Navy. Goodbye glad, HELLO Sandwich bags!! :D ReplyCancel

  • Carol Kesson

    The sandwich wrap is a fantastic idea. The long term benefits for our health & the environment are priceless!ReplyCancel

  • Kerry James

    The sandwich wrap – what a funky idea!ReplyCancel

  • The sandwich wrap for sure, apart from the obvious health & environmental benefits, my son would love opening a present every day!ReplyCancel

  • Melanie

    I love the snack pockets as they can be expanded for big snacks or used for little snacks too. I hate using wrap or chunky containers for the little snack I take out for my 1 year old.ReplyCancel

  • Tracey

    The snack pockets are great. Always looking for a small container that can fit chunkier items in! Great ideas here!ReplyCancel

  • Belkent

    Oh the lunch bag. My Miss 2 would love it. She loves carrying little bags and it would be great for her to carry her lunch into daycare.ReplyCancel

  • Erica Hunt

    Wow the lunch wraps look awesome. What a fab idea. Have a lovely weekend. ReplyCancel

  • Kris-whitman

    I am loving the idea of the sandwich pockets and snack packets – easy for little people to manage, environmentally better than snap locks and less clutter in my handbag than a container when I (inevitably!) end up having to carry everyone’s stuff!! :) ReplyCancel

  • I would like to get the value pack, but if I had to choose just one I would go the sandwich pouch. Great idea. I will be getting some for when my eldest starts school next year.ReplyCancel

  • Annie Jennings

    I think my favourite product would have to be the sandwich wraps and pockets – I love that there are lots of designs to choose from. My Miss 8 is a blue girl so there is still a girly blue design to choose from which is fabulous – well done 4My Earth :))ReplyCancel

  • Natalie B

    Definitely the wraps and pockets – I love the Words on Navy design, and if I had to choose one to buy, I’d get the sandwich wrap (or the value pack!)
    I’ve been wanting to buy some sort of reusable wrap like this for ages, but was dubious about how ‘food safe’ they really are – and so love the fact that these wraps and pockets are proven to be PVC free, Non-toxic, Heavy metal free, Phthalate free and BPA Free!! Woohoo, ticks all the boxes!ReplyCancel

  • Mary Ann

    love the sandwich wraps, my kids have snack wraps for the first time today. I like them because they are less bulky than containers as i always pack waste free but find their lunch bag can end up too big and heavy!ReplyCancel

  • jaie

    my favorite would be the snack pockets they look really versatile for different snacks and would save trying to find a container to fit snacks in, and would take up less room too. love the birds design !!ReplyCancel

  • Cass

    I love the sandwich and snack pockets, especially in the One Earth pattern. They’d be perfect for my son to use at school.ReplyCancel

  • Wendy S

    I love the Combi van wraps, I’d have to buy the whole set of course!ReplyCancel

  • Oh how to choose just one fave product! I love the Produce bags <3 and Organic shopper :) ReplyCancel

  • Emmycam

    I love them all really – but I reckon my favourite would have to be the canvas shoppers. They look so durable and functional, better than the store bought green bags. Good job 4MyEarth. You motivate me to be a better earth carer! ReplyCancel

  • Alanna Gregory

    Love the snack pockets – I use ziplock bags every day and now its time to change! Bring on litter free (or at least less litter) lunches!ReplyCancel

  • Tracy Boulter

    Love all the products so unique and eco friendly. My favourite would have to be the snack pockets followed closely by the wrapsReplyCancel

  • Steph

    Love the snack pockets and would love to try them out – i think i’ll have to order some!ReplyCancel

  • Alyce Ismail

    I love the lunch bags – the handles are a great idea :) ReplyCancel

  • I love the sandwich wraps and snack pockets. We have plastic lunch boxes and snack containers here but they always manage to be dropped and needing to be replaced at least once a year per child… with 4 the cost goes up and i have worked out it would have been cheaper just to use sandwich bags over the last 12 months. Design wise, i’d have to go with the Butterfly, Cars, Skate Boy and Commando ones, something individual for each.ReplyCancel

  • Yay it worked :) Needed to swap from Chrome to IE to be able to post (for the others who were having issues posting here before perhaps try this)ReplyCancel

  • Ash Mack

    I love the funky colourful lunch sacks. I like that they have an inside pocket for an ice brick and are machine or hand washable. Perfect for the kids lunches.ReplyCancel

  • Nadine Ismail

    At the moment I would day the stainless steel drink bottle is my favourite, as I’ve been thinking about getting one.ReplyCancel

  • The sandwich wraps are my favourite – colourful, easy to use and easy to keep clean.ReplyCancel

  • Karen Edwards

    I like the sandwich wrap ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    I love the sandwich wraps. Such a clever idea.ReplyCancel

  • SkyeD

    love the sandwich wraps and the stainless steel bottles, gets rid of the need for plastic wrap, doesn’t take up as much room as the rigid containers you can get and no bpa. :) ReplyCancel

  • I LOVE the snack pockets and the sandwich pockets! Awesome idea that allows you to keep food fresh, is reusable (without the fussy-ness of washing ziplock bags) and machine-washable, environmentally friendly AND is funky/fashionable at the same time! Awesome stuff!! :) ReplyCancel

  • they are gorgeous! Love the cars snack pockets, because environmentally & would make the healthy snack excitingReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    I love the sandwich wrap. So colourful and easy for the little ones to open and to wipe clean ready for the next use! ReplyCancel

  • Cyndie

    The sandwish pocket is great!ReplyCancel

  • Chris

    The snack pocket would come handy to pack a handfull of nuts.ReplyCancel

  • Nicole Taylor

    I love the butterfly sandwich pocket. Environmentally friendly, and suitably girly so that hubby won’t steal it from me :) ReplyCancel

  • Kim tan

    Awesome idea!!! Reuse and reuse is the way to go!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kim tan

    I’m sorry I forgot to add my fav product please delete my other post I’m new to all this I love the sandwich wrap in both boy and girl designs as I have twinsReplyCancel

  • Michelle K

    I like the sandwich and snack pockets. My fave is the blue with birds! Liked x 2. Crossing my fingers for a win lol Thanks for a fantastic giveaway!ReplyCancel

  • Ness Schenk

    I like the snack pockets!! We use Tupperware sandwhich keepers for our sandwhiches and wraps, they work really well, but we don’t have anything to put snacks in, the snack pockets would be brilliant!!ReplyCancel

  • Soosall

    I love the sandwich pockets (esp the ‘words on navy’ one)…what’s not to love about them…they’re reusable, one of the few things NOT made in China, and very funky to boot! I’m really grateful to The Organised Housewife for introducing me to such a fabulous idea…I’d never even heard of such things before…they’re fantastic! :) ReplyCancel

  • Roshanna Bull

    I love the sandwich wraps and especially the fact that they come in a range of designs- for big and little, and they can have their own special set in their own design ReplyCancel

  • Gabbyhowlett

    My favourite product is the Snack Pockets, its got endless uses & looks so great :) ReplyCancel

  • Tiff

    I love the sandwich wraps. Such an easy, yet clever idea. I am intrigued by the silk exfoliating towel though.
    Thanks for the giveawayReplyCancel

  • Ro

    I love the sandwich wraps they are awesome!! Anything to save our planet!ReplyCancel

  • Carol

    I just love the print designs, but you can’t go past the wraps, such a fantastic idea. Plus there are so may other products there that I haven’t even checked out yet. I’m going back…ReplyCancel

  • Jasmine1485

    I liked the post and 4MyEarth on Facebook (Kate Ryan) :)

    My favourite product is the ‘Birds’ sandwich wrap

    kate1485 at hotmail dot comReplyCancel

  • Jasmine1485

    P.S. Because I think the sandwich wrap is a great idea, I have snack bags but they don’t hold the sandwich together properly.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah-Jayne

    I think the sandwich wraps are such a fabulous idea!!ReplyCancel

  • Tam

    I’m loving the funky lunch bags, my daughter would actually eat her lunch if she could show this off at school, best part is she wouldn’t even know it was helping to save her planet and future!ReplyCancel

  • Erin

    I love the sandwich wraps! Thanks for a great giveaway Katrina :) ReplyCancel

  • sherman99

    My favourite product is the sandwich wrap. I like how you can personalise their lunch – let the child choose the pattern they want! Whilst being good for the environment. ReplyCancel

  • Ruth

    My favourite product is the sandwich wrap. I use so much plastic wrap & zip lock bags, it is a great idea to be able to reuse it.
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  • Malinda

    i love the sandwich wraps and pockets…would make making lunches at night so much betterReplyCancel

  • Yay! I can comment now!!! Have been trying since you opened the competition :)

    I love the sandwhich wraps too but also love the canvas shopping bags. They look so much nicer than the Woolies ones!ReplyCancel

  • Jessie Boan

    The Exfoliating Silk Towel sounds glorious!ReplyCancel

  • Virginia Mason

    The Aleppo Soap for $7.95 would be my pick. We all have super sensitive skin in our family with my husband and daughter prone to excema, this pure soap would be lovely.ReplyCancel

  • Definitely my favourites are the snack pockets and sandwich wrap. Alas I too use glad wrap and the like much more than I’d like :(
    I’ll definitely be buying them (since I don’t usually have any luck in winning competitions ;) ReplyCancel

  • Kirrily

    The sandwich wraps. I use the Tupperware sandwich containers, but they’re no good for larger bread (like Lawson’s) as its really bulky to take 2 containers for 1 sandwich!ReplyCancel

  • Beth Mitchell

    I love the sandwich wrap! I was amazed at the statistics of how much plastic wrap can be saved!ReplyCancel

  • Tegan

    The sandwich wraps love that the we save the land fillReplyCancel

  • Sally

    My favourite is definitely the butterfly snack pockets. So cute!ReplyCancel

  • The lunch wraps (especially the combi van print!)ReplyCancel

  • Mel Teni

    Thanks for sharing 4MyEarth with us! I love their ‘Butterfly’ Sandwhich Wrap… it would make helping our earth that little bit easier:)ReplyCancel

  • Hilary Farrow

    I would have to say that I love all the products, what a great idea and a wonderful thing to be doing. But I do in particular love the combi range of snack and sandwich wraps and pockets. My husband is a big combi fan and now my daughter is too, so this range would be great for us!!!! Keep up the good work.ReplyCancel

  • Nicole

    I love the pockets. Currently send my kids to school with their little lunch in a brown paper bag but this way would be much more economical and reduce the amount of rubbish we make. Mother to five.ReplyCancel

  • I really like the sandwich wrap, I already have enough guilt about how much my kids waste at mealtimes, uneaten food, wrappings etc, at least I can know I can reuse this again and again!ReplyCancel

  • Caroline Kelly

    Stainless Steel Drink Bottle – at 800mL, it is perfect for a short hike and is BPA free.ReplyCancel

  • Karin Williams

    I just LOVE the wrap! So versatile. The wonderful thought of Never having to gladwrap another sandwich ever again. Im heading over now to buy some. Just imagine if everyone in australia had just one, we would save our mother earth we all call home.ReplyCancel

  • kerry santillo

    The wraps are fun and funky and the kids would love to use these, they might actually eat their lunch !!!ReplyCancel

  • Katrina Corbett

    The stainless steel drink bottles look great! Something I need so I can take it to Tafe.ReplyCancel

  • Sue Connell

    I love the reuseable lunch bags and the sandwich wraps – so cute and yet so functional.ReplyCancel

  • Kirrili Weightman

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE the idea of the sandwich pockets…what a perfect way to create litter-free lunches. The lunch pack deals are going to be awesome Chrissy presents.ReplyCancel

  • the sandwich wraps are a great idea, as easy to use as a nappy but the contents are so much more pleasant … I’d hopeReplyCancel

  • Barbara N

    LUNCH SACKS – perfect for work, play and schoolReplyCancel

  • amanda

    The sandwich wraps, what a fantastic idea!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Fairbridge

    I love the lunch snack bags. I have 4 kids the youngest being 3 and 17 months so these bags would be great for trips out.ReplyCancel

  • Zoe Shelford

    My favourite item would have to be the Commando print set as my son is rather attached to his commando hat and would definately make sure he eats all his lunchReplyCancel

  • Cathy

    Wow – I’ve fallen in love with the sandwich wrap. What a great environmentally friendly idea, I know what I’m now getting my little boy for Christmas!!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    I have 2 kids in primary school and love all of the wraps and pockets, plan on purchasing a value pack for each of them and maybe some for hubbys work bag too – They are fantastic!!!ReplyCancel

  • Likes all ’round, and loving the stainless steel water bottle. I have one, but think the whole family should own one!ReplyCancel

  • Katya

    I love the lunchbag – so i can put all the little ones food on our daily trips!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle O'Callaghan

    I am in love with 4MyEarth’s sandwich pockets and wraps!! They would be totally perfect for all my kids’ school snacks!!
    Their school calls for nude lunches, which is hard when the expensive lunchboxes always break. Looking at this website, I feel I can safely say that purchasing any products could never be a mistake.
    Thanks for drawing my attention to them The Organised Housewife!! =)ReplyCancel

  • tracey westwood

    My favourite item is the butterfly snack pocket. I buy snacks in bulk to save money but then put small portions into plastic snap lock bags. These would help me save some extra money and help the environment. Great products. Thankyou for bringing them to my attention.ReplyCancel

  • fiona

    I love the artwork on the girl lunch wraps I like them as much kinder to the envriomentReplyCancel

  • Michelle Airey

    My favorite product is Sandwich Wraps & Pockets i wish i had seen it 10 years ago cause i would of saved heaps of money instead of fiddling around with plastic wraps and my kids trying to open it up at school cause i used so much of it then they go chasing it around school cause its blown away what an excellent ideaReplyCancel

  • Lucy McL

    I love the sandwich wraps, my daughter seems to always have trouble opening containers but this would be so easy for her!ReplyCancel

  • the wrap what a brilliant idea!ReplyCancel

  • Kirstene Freidman

    Sorry but I don’t have a favourite product yet! Only just found all your great products. My kids school has every Wednesday as ‘zero waste day’ and I have been putting their sandwiches in a paper bag. Unfortunately they say the bread is always dry. Would love to win your products for my kids!!!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Callahan

    My favourite product is the sandwich wrap. Not only does it help the environment, but imagine the amount of money I’ll save by not buying plastic sandwich bags every fortnight!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Harris

    I like the lunch bags. Not only are they practical but they are really cute too!ReplyCancel

  • Tanya Safianski

    It’s just amazing how gladwrap can be so tricky for the young ones when it comes to luch time, lucky for your amazing new wraps you have here chldren all over with be able to eat their lunch with ease and know they are doing their part for the environment.ReplyCancel

  • I love that funky black and white lunch sack! great for my daughter for whom pink is no longer cool – and i could use it too :) ReplyCancel

  • Faye Berry

    As a teacher, seeing the sheer volume of rubbish disposed of during lunch breaks makes me LOVE the lunch wraps and pockets- I think they are a great way to start change form ‘the ground up.’ KIds would see other kids with these cool and funky wrappers and would talk to each other about them- passing on the message of the importance of reducing our waste and caring for our precious Earth!ReplyCancel

  • Amy stevenson

    I think the lunch bag is great and you could use for many other purposes as wellReplyCancel

  • Gael Macpherson

    I love the sandwich wraps and snack wraps. My kids don’t take pre-packaged food to school/kinder, but I do wrap their sandwiches, etc to keep them fresh. Would be great to do away with that.ReplyCancel

  • Kim Pankiw

    My favourite products would have to be the ‘Butterfly’ snack and sandwich pockets, my 3 year old daughter would love this in her lunch box for daycare. They are great for little fingers unlike clingwrap and great for the environment. What more could us mums ask for!ReplyCancel

  • kristy Sweeney

    I really like the Organic shopping bag, its a big enough bag to fit all my fruit and vegetables in.ReplyCancel

  • Betty

    Love the sandwich wraps, so simple yet effective. I think also the conversation it generates with her classmates which is always a great thing as they have plastic free days to try and encourage exactly what your products provide. Thanks.ReplyCancel

  • Karen Hall

    My daughter is starting school next year and I would love the sandwich wrap, it looks so versatile for such a great range of healthy food to take to school. Also if she starts off using the sandwich wrap it will be what she will be use to from day 1!! Also a plus for me, no more fights with the roll of cling wrap when it gets tangled or stuck to itself and then not stuck when you are wrapping the food up!!ReplyCancel

  • Fiona Stoddart

    I adore the sandwich wraps. Have been looking for them for my children. I don’t use plastic wrap but think these would be so effective for my 4 kids to use at school :) ReplyCancel

{Giveaway} Healthy Charts

This giveaway is now closed.  Congratulations to Tania R for winning this prize. We are celebrating The Organised Housewife winning AusMumpreneur Best Blog 2011 with a few giveaways, this is the second giveaway for the week!! This chart is made for children, but I secretly have been using it for myself recently too to keep me […]

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  • Chantelle

    I would love to win this my daughter who is 7 has started to write down when she does exercise and what she eats so she can see how much “bad” food and “good” food she eats :) I would love her to have something like this.ReplyCancel

  • Shannon Musumeci

    I would love one of these charts because I have a fussy eater (who loves charts) and think that this would help her to eat healthier foods, especially fruits and veggies!!ReplyCancel

  • Jamie

    I would like to win a Healthy Chart to make Healthy Eating fun for my Little one! And make it easier for me to know what is “good” and what is “bad” plus showing the daily serving sizes for age groups is fantastic, as it’s hard to tell what is enough and what is too much. ReplyCancel

  • Nicole Mc

    I would love a magnetic chart to encourage my boy to eat healthier things – might help keep me on track too ;) ReplyCancel

  • Melissa

    I would love a healthy chart! As a busy working & studying Mum with a 2yo & 4yo, and rheumatoid arthritis, it can be difficult to keep track of anything, much less ensuring how much fruit, veges & water our girls are consuming. A Healthy chart would make it so much easier for myself, my hubby & the girls to keep on track, and would be fun for the kids too! ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Donaldson

    I would love a Healthy Chart not just for the kids but for myself! I also think it would be great to encourage the kids to try new foods, they tend to be good eaters but will stick to the few favourite fruits and vegetables.ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Donaldson

    I would love a Healthy Chart not just for the kids but for myself! I also think it would be great to encourage the kids to try new foods, they tend to be good eaters but will stick to the few favourite fruits and vegetables.ReplyCancel

  • Kgraham_81

    I would love to win the Healthy Chart as i have a 14 month old baby (first baby) and im running out of ideas for meals for him and also a little unsure as to how much of everything he should be getting each day, like you i would also like to use it for myself to help me get healthier too, thanks :) ReplyCancel

  • Kgraham_81

    I would love to win the Healthy Chart as i have a 14 month old baby (first baby) and im running out of ideas for meals for him and also a little unsure as to how much of everything he should be getting each day, like you i would also like to use it for myself to help me get healthier too, thanks :) ReplyCancel

  • Gabby

    I would love the HeathlyChart as I’m a Family Day Educator with several families in my care, this resource looks great (better than my homemade one) and the families would be encouraged to eat and drink the same at home as the children do in the careenvironment. The children encourage the families to do this by showing their parents and grandparents their healthy choses for the day as they take the parents hand and show them the resource on the wall. I think it is a great idea you can keep on track! Gabby ClappisonReplyCancel

  • Gabby

    I would love the HeathlyChart as I’m a Family Day Educator with several families in my care, this resource looks great (better than my homemade one) and the families would be encouraged to eat and drink the same at home as the children do in the careenvironment. The children encourage the families to do this by showing their parents and grandparents their healthy choses for the day as they take the parents hand and show them the resource on the wall. I think it is a great idea you can keep on track! Gabby ClappisonReplyCancel

  • Star Concepts - Olivia

    I would love this as it is such a great educational tool for little ones on what is good to eat. If I can instill this in my daughter whilst she is still young then hopefully for the rest of her life she will lead a happy and healthy lifestyle and pass it on to her children to. I love how bright and interactive it is. She would just love it. Thanks OliviaReplyCancel

  • Star Concepts - Olivia

    I would love this as it is such a great educational tool for little ones on what is good to eat. If I can instill this in my daughter whilst she is still young then hopefully for the rest of her life she will lead a happy and healthy lifestyle and pass it on to her children to. I love how bright and interactive it is. She would just love it. Thanks OliviaReplyCancel

  • Amee Bassili

    I am a full time mother of 5 between 3 & 8 y/o, and this would be perfect for me to encourage my older children to eat healthier, which then always encourages the younger ones to follow suit. 2 of my children are fussy eaters, so i think this is the incentive to get them to eat healthier, as i have found job charts and discipline charts have helped in the same way, with stickers. ReplyCancel

  • Amee Bassili

    I am a full time mother of 5 between 3 & 8 y/o, and this would be perfect for me to encourage my older children to eat healthier, which then always encourages the younger ones to follow suit. 2 of my children are fussy eaters, so i think this is the incentive to get them to eat healthier, as i have found job charts and discipline charts have helped in the same way, with stickers. ReplyCancel

  • Amy

    I would love to win a healthy chart, as it would be fun and educational for my nearly 2yr old son! And my 7yr old daughter i am sure would love it too :-) ReplyCancel

  • Amy

    I would love to win a healthy chart, as it would be fun and educational for my nearly 2yr old son! And my 7yr old daughter i am sure would love it too :-) ReplyCancel

  • Debbie Stoppa

    I would love to win one of these amazing charts to help my children ‘see’ what a great job they are doing. This would be a fabulus way to help encourage them to be healthier as well as teaching them about better choices. While they are still young it is the perfect time to get them into the habit of healthy eating.
    My children seem to do better when they have something visual and this would be an invaluable addition to our days, not to mention a huge help to me when it comes to getting them to eat well (something that they struggle with).
    What a great idea!!
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  • Rebecca Trounson

    Love, love, love this product! I’ve already liked their page before. I haven’t got a healthy chart, but I do it in my head most days like a crazy person. I would love to win one…I’m constantly worring about my Miss 2, if she’s getting enough goodies, she’s got numerous food allergies so it takes a bit of thinking about to get all the right stuff into her! XXReplyCancel

  • Same here…..how do we leave a comment on your blog? Many thanks!ReplyCancel

  • My children (5, 3.5 and nearly 2) would respond really well to the clever visual prompts in the healthy charts. We try to get them to eat lots of different colours each day – and this would be a great incentive/prompt.ReplyCancel

  • Hayleybradley

    I would LOVE to win a healthy chart as a busy single Mum I find it difficult not only ensuring my three year old and one year old eat healthy, but for me to set a good example for them.ReplyCancel

  • Sally

    It looks like a fabulous way to get my 2-year-old to identify various foods, and want to eat them!ReplyCancel

  • Reneemills90

    i think this would be perfect for me and my family especially as my child is just leanring the importance of healthy food and helps us keep on trackReplyCancel

  • Reneemills90

    i think this would be perfect for me and my family especially as my child is just leanring the importance of healthy food and helps us keep on trackReplyCancel

  • I have 2 fussy eaters 4 & 2. I find it so hard to get them to try new food, this chart would be fantastic and I love that you can help them with how much water they are drinking. I think both my daughters would benefit so much from this chart. My 4 year old is starting to understand the concept of healthy eating but needs help to try new foods and i think if she was able to keep track her self it would be amazing!!ReplyCancel

  • kaz

    being a part time student, part time worker and full time mum/wife/cook/etc it can be so hard to keep track of looking after yourself – and the kids, the hubby, the dog.. the healthy chart would be such a great addition to our family – it would help me out a great deal, and everyone else in the family!! afterall – how can you look after anyone else if you dont look after yourself!!!ReplyCancel

  • I would love one for my 5 yo, He has become very aware of eating good foods and even made his own eating healthy reward chart lol!!! He would LOVE this and will keep the little one on track too :) ReplyCancel

  • Rebeccawayne1

    My daughter is great at eating dinner but during the day all she wants to eat is junk. This chart I hope could help me to get her into a good eating habit during the day and just maybe she will stop asking me for lollies and biscuits all the time!ReplyCancel

  • Good nutrition is an invaluable lesson to teach at an early age. If they can get a good foundation when they are young, it will stick with them as they grow. (not to mention teaching the oldies in the family a lesson!!)
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  • I’ll be honest, my son eats really well, it’s me that needs the reminder!ReplyCancel

  • Shannon Vize

    Since being diagnosed with T1 diabetes my son has become a terrible eater, trouble is he must eat a well balanced diet that includes regular servings of carbs and free foods in between. I am constantly spending great lengths of time and trying new strategies to get him to eat. These charts are so visuaul abd bright, it may just do the trick! ReplyCancel

  • Kelly

    I would love to win a chart. My twin 6yo boys need some incentive to see how much (or not enough!) fruit & veg they eat. I’m sure this would be a great visual incentive. ReplyCancel

  • This would be perfect to try and get my sons eating back on track! Commented on blog and fingers crossed! Good luck all!ReplyCancel

  • Moniqueknight1

    I have started the whole healthy eating at home and it a big lifestyle change for my family, this would make eh transition for my kids not seem such a effort if I can’t make it fun for them. Love the sandwich ideas would have never thought of them, the ladies in the office love them also.ReplyCancel

  • Kirrily

    Could THIS be my saving grace? My sanity remaining intact? OMG I completely lost it last night at my 5yo, 3.5yo and 22mo. What is there to not like about Sausages (Failsafe), pasta with melted cheese and carrots, corn and peas? Seriously! They are just such atrocious eaters. I am losing my mind, my patience, my tolerance, my EVERYTHING! Last night, it was so bad that I had to remove myself from the situation and demonstrate to my precious cherubs, putting myself in timeout because my behaviour was NOT acceptable! I just don’t know where my DH and I are going wrong with the whole eating dinner thing. You name it, we’ve tried it (unless it involves unhealthy food). We are big believers in Sue Dengate and the FED UP community, so my children are almost always offered meals that would not only be considered healthy but are homecooked and mindful that they do not contain or minimise where possible the ‘naughty numbers’. Today I am looking for solutions…could THIS be it??? Looks great! I THINK we may be in need of this chart!ReplyCancel

  • Kristy McGeechan

    This would be fantastic for my 2 1/2 year old, he is becoming more knowing of everyday things and this would be perfect to teach him what we need to eat each day and encourage him with choices.ReplyCancel

  • col

    wow what a great idea this is! I know it’s for kids but it would be great for the whole family to use (especially me as I’m not too good at keeping up with my fruit & water intake each day …)ReplyCancel

  • Kerry-anne

    I love the FussyEatersMum’s blog. In fact she introduced me to the wonderful Organised Housewife :-)
    I have an ‘eating challenged’ 6.5yo boy, who I think could seriously give ‘The Fussy Eater’ a run for her money. We have sensory issues and a multitude of other issues to deal with, but the eating challenges have been the bane of my existence for 5.5 years now !!
    He responds to rules and charts, but I have not found one that engages him enough.
    I have a cupboard full of rejects now !! I have always been tempted to get this one and did see it a while back at an Upmarket and it looked great.
    Anyway – if not successful this time, I think I’ll just have to bite the bullet and buy this one.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    It always a struggle at all meal times to get my daughter to eat healthy some times anything at all these sharts look so eye catching and fun im certain they would help her eat well and even get me and my husband eating better. I would love to win a chart!ReplyCancel

  • I love charts, it’s kind of my thing to keep organised and nothing would make me happier than to be able to keep my family super healthy with a new chart!ReplyCancel

  • <3....is this where we comment? Healthy Charts will help soooo much in my house!!!ReplyCancel

  • no please comment on the blog. Some people are having troubles. i’m trying to fix it at the moment, if I don’t fix before school pickup will try again tonight.ReplyCancel

  • Tracy

    I would like the healthy chart for me as well as the kids. I constantly worry about what the kids eat and drink. And i would keep me on track with my eating and weight loss.ReplyCancel

  • Katie L

    This is exactly what I am looking for for my 6 year old son! THis would be the perfect way to get him to understand and encourage him to eat a healthy diet. I love it!ReplyCancel

  • Oh goodness I would love one of these for my middle child! He is the fussiest eater *ever* and this looks like a fun way to encourage him in the right direction.ReplyCancel

  • Thanks- will try again when I get home :) ReplyCancel

  • Kristen V

    I would love one of these! My almost 5yo boy is a great eater but I would love to start teaching him how to make healthy food choices for himself, as well as keep track for myself as there is only so much I can remember in a day! I’m always hearing ‘but Mum, I’ve already had an apple/orange/pear/yoghurt today!’, oops! It will also get a lot of use once our baby girl is old enough too. Thanks for the opportunity to win this Katrina, and well done on your win :-) ReplyCancel

  • Alyce Ismail

    I’m running out of different ideas to feed Jonathan! He’s still a messy eater, so during the day I try not to give him anything too messy, and end up giving him vegemite sandwiches, cheese sticks and sultana bran buds… hmm, not much variety! I think something like this would provide ME with the visual cues to get some variety into his diet!ReplyCancel

  • Natalie

    I would love to be able to cook my children something other than potato bake. It is the only thing I can serve that I know they will eat. My daughter is fanatical though about completing her reward chart so this would probably help us all!
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  • Loved what you said about you secretly using it, because when I first saw these on your blog maybe a month ago I thought, “hmm.. I need this for ME!!!”. We’re the best role models for our kids, so i’d love this as a visual to prompt me, as much as to help teach my son’s healthy habbits!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Rayner

    These charts look like just the thing to keep my sons eating habits in balance. He is a carb boy, really, & this would help teach him about all the different food groups & what are acceptable amounts to eat each day.

    And lets face it – a visual reminder for *us* is always a good thing too!ReplyCancel

  • TwoHands

    They teach a lot of things at school but healthy eating seems to be left to the parents to teach/argue/debate. Any help in teaching my kids about all the food groups is more than welcome!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    My eldest who is 4 will not touch any fruit or veg….I mean ANY! He reacts like a piece of fruit will poison him. This is a great idea to be able to visually show him the importance of fruit and veg, as constant nagging is just not working (go figure!)ReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    My eldest who is 4 will not touch any fruit or veg….I mean ANY! He reacts like a piece of fruit will poison him. This is a great idea to be able to visually show him the importance of fruit and veg, as constant nagging is just not working (go figure!)ReplyCancel

  • Kerryn Elliott5

    this looks like such a great idea that the whole family could use, and i would love to implement it in my newly formed family to teach our kids right from the beginning how to eat, drink and exercise properly and regularly…as mummy and daddy have only recently started this ourselves, so it would fit in perfectly with us :) ReplyCancel

  • Khoneybrook

    A colourful, fun and interactive way to show my girls the importance of eating their vegetables which is a daily struggle at the moment!ReplyCancel

  • Erin

    Oh, I would love to win this for one of my friends who has a DD3 who is terribly fussy, who will only eat chicken nuggets, honey sandwichs and vegie chips. I really think she would benefit from a visual guide and this is fan-tab-ulous! ReplyCancel

  • Traceylbailey2011

    Brilliant idea. Everyone needs reminding now and then, & what a great way to encourage kids to get involved & be responsible for their own eating habits.ReplyCancel

  • I have 2 young children, my son is 4 and my daughter is nearly 2. 1/2. My son could chart what he eats and I know he would learn to enjoy eating healthy and learning about what foods are good for your body. AND as a added bonus my daughter would see what her big brother was doing and because she copies EVERYTHING he does she would want to eat healthy too. So in a way one chart would benefit both my children. (and maybe teach the grown up a thing or two)ReplyCancel

  • Kellie Marsland

    What a wonderful tool for the entire family. I could see my 6year old girl in particular responding very well to this chart. A great positive way to encourage healthy eating. Just what I have been looking for :) ReplyCancel

  • Tracey_patrick00

    Luv this idea. Fun way to get the littlies to learn the importance of good eating habits.ReplyCancel

  • Tegan

    Wow its working now. It said before that we needed to slow down on the comments made me giggle. Thanks for the sharing this great idea and giving us the opottunity to win oneReplyCancel

  • I would love one of these so I can keep track of what and when my son is eating and drinking. Having a visual reminder like this would make it so much easier.ReplyCancel

  • Tonyandvic

    I need one of these for Miss 5 and Master 3 because currently Little Miss 9mths eats a more varied, healthy and greater amount each day than her siblings! :) ReplyCancel

  • Malinda Blair

    I need 4 healthy charts! One for each of the kids and one for ME!! Hard to track the fruit and veg my daughter and twin boys eat some days, often I forget about myself.ReplyCancel

  • Koolsisters

    We would love one of these charts as I think my 3 year old could learn even more about healthy eating be seeing it and being involved in keeping track of what she eats. Great, bright fun charts :) ReplyCancel

  • sunny

    Having a preteen girl and a little one this would be a great way of teaching them responsible choices and give them a visual tool to prompt them to make good choices…and it can be a healthy competition between the two of them lolReplyCancel

  • Amanda Hunt

    I’d love to win this. We grow our own veggies which does help with getting them to eat them but not all the time. This would encourage that even more!ReplyCancel

  • Tania Robertson

    Hi, I’m a single mum who works 7 days a week and studies. (I often describe myself as a full time mum who just happens to be in the Air Force.)(I work 7 days a week so I am able to pick my son up from Prep each day and I make up the hours on the weekend) My life is crazy but it needs to be right now so I can ensure a secure future for my very independent and extremely intelligent 5 year old. He is my world.
    But I’m failing him. I just can’t seem to get him to eat and enjoy healthy food. I made him a reward chart for his behavior and he loves it and I know it works. Which is why I know a healthy chart will work. We would really love to win this prize. I hope everyone has a great day, and finds 2 minutes to make your child giggle xxxxxxReplyCancel

  • I’d love this chart to get me back on track. In my sons first few years I was very strict with his dietry needs, but now he is four and a half I have noticed I have become a bit more relaxed (a bit too relaxed!) and this would be a fun way to get back on track for both of us.ReplyCancel

  • Sara LaBroad

    Wow what a fantastic idea! i had no idea these exsisted, i have the most fussy 5 year old to ever grace the planet, a chart like this might just do the trick!ReplyCancel

  • Kirsty @ My Home Truths

    This is a wonderful idea! I struggle with my 7 y.o son to eat well (he has high-functioning autism and has bland and restricted tastes) so having a visual chart that he can also actively be a part of updating would be ideal. I also admit I do not know the correct dietary intakes for each age group so this would be very handy for me as well…!ReplyCancel

  • Lynette

    Hi , I would love one of these for my son , he has Delayed Bone growth and we have had trouble with his eating since he was very young , he responds well with charts and this one is fantastic , I love love your blog and look forward to all the great hints and stories that you post . heres hoping I win …LOL Cheers Lynette ReplyCancel

  • Amanda-collins

    With all the external pressures of being the perfect weight…I want my three girls to understand how to eat for their health, and not emphasize the less food-less weight concept that is so popular today.ReplyCancel

  • Malinda

    I’ve been eyeing off these charts for a while now. My nearly 5yo has become a fussy eater and I want Her to see that she should be eatingbetter foods. ReplyCancel

  • elissa

    When I came across these charts a few weeks back I was really impressed. Such a fantastic idea. I have two daughters. My 5 year old will only eat something if it is ‘healthy’ which is wonderful but try taking her to a party… My 2 year old on the other hand spits out anything that is not sweet. It’s a tough time at the dinner table at the moment and I imagine a healthy chart for each of the girls would help them to see the extremes of what they are eating. ReplyCancel

  • I think education and incentive are the way to go with fussy eaters, the Healthy Chart provides both of these.
    I would love to give it a try!ReplyCancel

  • Siti

    The Healthy Chart will be able to help to show all the good foods and hopefully it will make the kids want to eat more of it instead of the non-healthy foods.ReplyCancel

  • Kimmy

    I think I any product that encourages children to eat well is fantastic and would ive to win so I can easily teach my children the importance of healthy eating.ReplyCancel

  • Dorette

    Good morning! My oldest son (5) thrives on positive praise, acknowledgement of good behaviour and being made to feel like he is making good decisions; can contribute; help out and be responsible for things. This chart will be perfect. Not just for his diet & health, but also for his self esteem.ReplyCancel

  • suz

    I have just done a massive overhaul of my cupboards and fridge getting my 2 boys involved in deciding what heathy and what’s not. This would help us in a huge way to keep track of their healthy intake. The boys will love looking at the chart and deciding their healthy foods to eat. I think it will help a lot with some “behavioral problems” we are having at the moment also :-) ReplyCancel

  • Heather

    Hello! I think this is a great tool for encouragement of healthy eating habits as well as exercise. I’ve been looking at buying these charts to encourage good decision making however finances are not easy to come back at the moment with my husband being currently out of work. Would be great appreciated to recieve one for free so that I can still help my son make good choices through positive reinforcement. ReplyCancel

  • Jane

    Good morning Katrina, another great giveaway offer (congrats on the AusmumPreneur win!). I’ve just been diagnosed with high cholesterol and it has made us as a family realise that although we eat very little junk food we are eating the wrong amounts of the right foods! My 5 yr old is very aware of good and bad foods, but I can’t help thinking we could do with a little help and a chart would reinforce that I think. Been thinking of making one of my own up actually. Good luck everyone :-) (just read that back … sorry about all the ‘thinks’!!!)ReplyCancel

  • Helen P

    My just turned 7yo daughter has just started to make and pack her own lunch so a Healthychart would be fantastic for us as she loves to make sure she takes a healthy and tasty lunch to school. She would also enoy making sure her little brother, Mum and Dad are also eating healthy food! ReplyCancel

  • Corinne

    This would be great for helping educate both myself and my 2 year old! Thanks for the chance to win!!ReplyCancel

  • Cathy

    What a fabulous idea for everyone in the family including myself as a grand mother – often giving snacks & meals to the little ones in my life – this will reinforce that I am doing the healthy option. ReplyCancel

  • Lauren

    What a great idea,it is hard sometimes to keep track of what your little ones eat, this is one way of keeping track, and to educate both myself and my little one.ReplyCancel

  • Stacey

    what a great idea! not only for myself but my fussy 4 year old, which i have to hide fruit and veg in to get him to eat any!ReplyCancel

  • Emmycam

    Being coeliacs, it’s sometimes easy to go for the high sugar, fast option – it’s harder to think “inside” our coeliac box. So something like this, which is fun, easy and really functional would be very utilised in our house! And magnets are so much fun! Great idea. ;-) ReplyCancel

  • Melly

    What a great idea! With 3 little boys we are kept very busy and I know we don’t eat enough of the good stuff. A simple, instant way of seeing what is going into our mouths each day would definately improve our diets. Being bright and attractive, I’m sure the boys would enjoy eating more fruit and vegetables so they can “play the game.”ReplyCancel

  • Erin

    What an awesome giveaway! With two very fussy little girls who love their carbs and not much else (they think plain boiled rice is a treat!) this would be great to have in our house.ReplyCancel

  • Cass

    Fantastic giveaway! I struggle to get my kids to drink enough water throughout the day. This chart/system seems the perfect way to get them drinking their way to a healthier lifestyle.ReplyCancel

  • Merlindie Fardone

    Look forward to using this chart with our family, the boys will be very excitied to see what they will / should be eating on any given day.ReplyCancel

  • Agjeffrey

    This chart is a fantastic idea, to help get my daughter more involved in what she’s eating and putting in her little body! It would be fantastic for myself aswell:)ReplyCancel

  • Mel_proctor76

    Wow what a great idea, encourages children & even adults to take responsibility for what they are eating & putting into their bodies, helps them visualize what & how much they are eating. A trait that stays with you for life, making for a healthy well balanced child & then a healthy successful well balanced adult ReplyCancel

  • Natalie B

    My 8mo DD is getting into the eating solids thing, and I’d love to encourage her right from the word go to eat a healthy, balanced diet. This visual chart would be an excellent way to achieve that! And hmmm, yes, I would definitely be using it too!ReplyCancel

  • I think this would save my life! I have an extremely fussy 4yo and i think this would make it alot easier to get her to try and to eat healthier foods, We struggle every single day :( ReplyCancel

  • i thought i was giving the kids a nice balanced diet, ok we don’t have vegetables every night, we do a weekly junk food night (sometimes it is home made burgers and chips etc but still our junk food night) this week the primary school decided it was healthy week for the kids, set them challenges to get outside and active for the kindy kids (NSW Kindy is first year of primary school) and for the yr 6 class they had to keep a one page journal of their vegetable and fruit intake as well as their physical activity. I had to sign off on both sheets… EPIC FAIL… not only did the kids not get enough fruit or vegetables this week, they missed their bus on one day so spent the afternoon sitting inside my dads business watching television until he finished work and could bring them home at 6pm!!! then we visited my grandmother so they spent the afternoon sitting in the loungeroom entertaining her.
    It is my mission next week to ensure they get their 2 serves of fruit a day (for the Yr 6 stuent this is hard as he doesn’t really eat any fruits!) and their min of 5 veg… this chart would help me note down the veg the kids have had and pinpoint some of the foods i should and could hide veg in to get intake up.ReplyCancel

  • Karen Edwards

    The charts look great would love to try them out on my two children. ReplyCancel

  • Karen Edwards

    The charts look great would love to try them out on my two children. ReplyCancel

  • Robyn Hutchins

    OMG, what a great product. Perfect for reminding me what I should be eating to lose this baby weight :) ReplyCancel

  • Michelle K

    My DD11 has 4 hours of dance lessons a week, and I think this would be a fantastic way to help her realise how much good food she should be eating to replenish what she dances!ReplyCancel

  • Pjmjbartel

    I need order in my life- and I am hoping by these helpful charts, the kids will learn a respect for order. A great idea! Congrats on the blog win!
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  • Shandi

    These would be a great way to encourage my very fussy toddler to eat better,and for my 5 yr old to understand about the choices he is making.ReplyCancel

  • Waywad

    I would love one of these for my kids. I always wory that they are not getting what they need and my 4 year old is vey interested in healthy eatingReplyCancel

  • Rachel A

    We are struggling to keep our almost 5 yr old twins weight under control. This would be such a great way of helping us and helping them. It’s so difficult to achieve a balance between trying to ensure that eat well and also trying not to make a big deal out of weight issues and make them overly concerned. The healthy chart could be just the trick! ReplyCancel

  • sherman99

    My son doesn’t drink enough water either. I would love one of these so we can track it and he can see how much he is having!ReplyCancel

  • Nikki

    as a working mum with two direct selling businesses I would love this to encourage the children to eat a little more adventurously, Thomas really responds well to this type of encouragement so I hope we win the chart it could change all of our lives for the healthier!! ReplyCancel

  • Malinda

    what’s not to like about these charts….would put the onus on the kids to make sure they are eating the right things!ReplyCancel

  • Josie

    Kids love ” tangible” examples/demonstartions of things and this health chart is an awesome way to teach them the values of healthy eating!! with 4 kids in the house ( and a hubby with a penchant for “unhealthy” food) this chart would go down a treat – they might even teach dad a thing or two!ReplyCancel

  • Carrie

    I would love this chart to be more accountable for what food my two boys are eating, and at the same time, to encourage them to try new foods by rewarding them when they eat food other than the standard carbs/fruit that is normally consumed in our house.ReplyCancel

  • Zoeanne21

    A great Visual reminder for kids and parents alike… I know I need reminding!!!ReplyCancel

  • Emily Smith

    After a substantial age gap between my now middle child and my youngest who is 9 months I have realised that while the kids are eating their veggies they are unlikely to be reaching their quota for the day. I believe that this chart will bring some fun & incentive into healthy eating in our home and encourage a balanced diet.
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  • I want my children to have the independence to make their own choices when it comes to food. To know when we need to eat healthly and when it is okay to have a treatReplyCancel

  • Bluepurplemoon

    I need to start leading by example so to start this chart would be for me – the kids can get one later! I’ve recently lost significant weight on the Dukan diet but during the weightloss stage fruit and vege are not consumed daily. I need to get my kids seeing how it should be done. Fantastic idea!ReplyCancel

  • My 4yr old has always been a fussy eater, we successfully toilet trained him with a rewards chart, and have given him a chores chart also. I never thought of a food chart before and this just might be what he needs to start eating better.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    I would love to win this as it would be a fantastic visual aid for my kids who are on the autism spectrum. This would help them to learn the right food choices.ReplyCancel

  • Sam

    I would love a Healthy Chart!! I have a little 5 year old who loves to eat fruit and salad but not so much vegies and he can be a bit “excessive” with what he likes so the idea of visually showing him the variety he needs to have is fantastic.
    Great idea!!ReplyCancel

  • I would love a Healthy Chart! My daughter is only 19 months old but I would love to start her off properly! It also would probably help for me :) ReplyCancel

  • Samantha Savva

    Even though we are vegetarians in our household it is still daunting to know we are getting enough of the RIGHT foods and nutrients. This will allow me to keep our healthy habit going while ensuring we are not neglecting any of the important nutrients like iron or potassium or even calcium. Just because I think I am eating healthy does not mean I am.ReplyCancel

  • Anna

    I would love this particularly for my four year old. I have found my 10 year old started out really well & they both pretty much do eat everything that is put in front of them but as the ten year old grew older they stopped eating things like cheese, variety of fruit & yoghurt whereas my four year old does eat all these things now & I would like to really encourage him to continue to do so & I believe a tool such as this would help.ReplyCancel

  • Tanya Van Elst

    This chart would help our whole family, particularly my stepdau 7 to keep on track with her healthy eating and my 2 y/o who processes things better with visual aids and is a VERY picky eater :-) As a Speech Pathologist I’m a big fan of the visual reminders!!!! Great idea and thanks to The Organised Housewife for sending me over.ReplyCancel

  • Patricia Ledwich

    A HealthyChart would be would be great for my children to teach them what is healthy to eat setting up a good healthy lifestyle for the rest of their life and with the chart they can see themselves and make choices.ReplyCancel

  • Mal

    Looks great. May help Master 5 drink at school. Thanks Organised Housewife!!ReplyCancel

  • Laura Vince

    We are going through a very fussy stage with our 2 year old daughter,& she is VERY independent! Having this chart would encourage her to eat healthy food,I know she would feel very special having such a bright,fun & colourful chart to look at every day!ReplyCancel

  • Cheryl

    I would love this for me! Added bonus of encouraging the kids to and hubby to eat well too! Love the food artReplyCancel

  • Kirrily

    I’d love these charts for my boys. They’re both fairly good at eating a wide range of healthy foods, but my older boy has a very big sweet tooth, and I get fed up constantly having to redirect him to a healthier option. It would be great to indulge his passion for magnets and get him to eat more healthy snacks, wihout the constant requests for a sugary treat!ReplyCancel

  • Luisa McCauley

    I love the chart. I would love one for the whole family to use more veges for all of us would be great.Anything to make it easier to get my children to eat more veges is a bonus the chart would be a big help> Thanks..ReplyCancel

  • Luisa McCauley

    Sorry, I’m to late:(ReplyCancel

  • Mal

    Who won??ReplyCancel

  • Janelle

    My son loves to snack! This would help him to make healthier choices! : )ReplyCancel

  • Yvette

    I would love one of these not only to encourge my kids to try new foods but also so I can see just how much they are supposed to have of each. Plus it would definately be a bonus for hubby and I to learn to eat healthily too.ReplyCancel

  • Kathryn

    Healthy Charts would be a great tool to not only encourage the kids to eat healthy but remind the parents exactly what the kids should or are eating.ReplyCancel

  • melissa

    dd no.1 is a great salad and veggie consumer…but dd no.2 would rather go to bed hungry!!!ReplyCancel

  • Katrina Corbett

    Having to change what my son eats because of his beahavour issues this would be pefect in our house!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Holmes

    These look like a great way to teach my fussy children to eat, and be healthy to boot!ReplyCancel

  • Samuel Ferguson

    Have a new baby sisters, I could give an educational big brother gift!ReplyCancel

  • Emily

    My two girls would love this, my almost 4 year old is always asking what is healthy and what is not, this would be a great way for her to keep track of what she’s eating.ReplyCancel

  • Jodi Geard

    I have 3 young children 2,4 & 6 years. My 4year old boy doesnt eat! Sausages and sandwiches are his limit. I worry about his health. I think these charts would be a fantastic insentive and a colourful learning tool for him. Thanks love your site. Jodi.ReplyCancel

  • Leanne

    This would complement what my nearly 4 year old is learning in pre-school about healthy eating!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Fairbridge

    I would love this because as a mum of 4 kids aged 17 months to 11 years it isnt always easy to make sure my kids are getting the right amount of serves per day so this is a great way to track it. Plus my daughter 3 learnt to use the toilet with the aid of a sticker chart so this would definately help her eat more vegetables which is a problem for her for some reason. Fruit no problem, veges she picks at veges. She likes all veges but she just nibbles at themReplyCancel

  • Katya

    I have two little girls 3 and 5 who would learn a lot from this, both are picky eaters and the younger one will hardly eat her vegetables, no matter how they are hidden, this will be perfect for them to learn, play and eat well. Love it!ReplyCancel

  • Kristie-Lee Kolbee

    I would love to win this because, my twins will be 3 in November, but they are always wanting to eat “sometimes” foods. I think this chart will help them in knowing what is an “everyday” food and what is a “sometimes” food.ReplyCancel

  • Michelle O'Callaghan

    I would love to win a chart. Both my boys have dyspraxia and oral defensiveness, so getting them to eat healthy is mostly a chore. This looks like heaps of fun!! =)ReplyCancel

  • angela arthur

    orginbsation health and motivation are huge in our house this would really really help the whole family out xxReplyCancel

  • Samantha

    I’d love one of these! Miss Olive isn’t a great eater maybe this chart could change that!ReplyCancel

  • My three [almost four] year old niece is a clever cookie and although we talk about healthy foods as being ‘Big Girl 5′ foods [ie: the ones that will make you big and strong like a five year old] I think a brilliant chart like this would really help to lock in her concept of what is healthy and how much healthy food she should be eating each day.
    She also loves lists, so I can see this whole system being right up her alley.ReplyCancel

  • Amy stevenson

    i would love one of these charts to help teach my son about the importance of eating healthily and to encourage the whole family to eat rightReplyCancel

  • Karen Hall

    I would love this so my nearly 5 year old daughter can see what food and how much she needs to eat and what a bright chart to record it all on. Also a great way to introduce new fruit and vegetables. The great thing about this chart it looks like I could then use it for her 2 younger brothers.ReplyCancel

  • Fiona Stoddart

    With 4 children any help I can get to educate them on healthy eating is a blessing. Particularly for mr very fussy 4! I do think this would be a very useful tool in my home :) ReplyCancel

  • Allannah McConville

    I would love a healthy eating chart for myself and my husband as in today’s world it is just so easy to lose track of what healthy food you have or haven’t eaten and it is a fun way of keeping on top of it all!!! I LOVE IT!! especially the fact that it is not just for little kids but big kids too!ReplyCancel