It has all been said before. A Mother’s job is never done…that’s because we have so much to do we can never quite finish it all. We don’t get to spike the ball because as we run for the touchdown, someone throws us a basketball and directs us to the hoop. We are always hopping around from one job to another, wearing way too many hats to count and always feeling ‘I have so much to do!’ We all know that feeling. In my home alone, I have 5 schedules to keep, mentally juggle everyone’s needs and it only got worse when my daughter went to college. Yes, now you can add academic adviser to my already crazy schedule.
This is why it really pleases me to introduce to my readers the time and lifesaving service of AboutOne. Technically, AboutOne is merely a storage site. If you had a place to store all your family photos knowing they were safe and sound that would be really nice. If you could also take all those photos and make newsletters or put them together for gifts, that would be great too. But, AboutOne doesn’t stop there! AboutOne allows you to save financial records including receipts, tax information and so much more. They also have the capability through a phone app of storing photos of receipts making your files less bulky and your desk a whole lot cleaner.
AboutOne also has the capability of storing all medical information including personal records, doctors, meds and then collating that into reports in cases of emergency with bank level security! As a parent, that alone is worth the price of admission. Storing everything I need to keep us healthy, financially secure and our memories safe is such a relief. The most amazing part of all this that I can access all of these things from anywhere! You read that right, ANYWHERE! This means right from your smartphone you can be the Mom on the go with all of your files and information at your fingertips.
Check out the informational video that will give you an idea of why you need AboutOne in your life.
AboutOne is a family management system every busy Mom needs.
I was compensated by AboutOne to review their online organizer. As always, all opinions and text are my own.