The FlyLady and Mommy Bloggers Attack Multitasking with Palm Pre Plus

Attention frazzled parents: Life’s about to get more simple, thanks to the knowhow of our own Marla “The FlyLady” Cilley and the good people at Verizon Wireless.

Knowing that the Palm Pre Plus can be a busy parent’s best friend, Verizon thought it would be great to get this hip smartphone in the hands of the nation’s top mommy bloggers and let them take it for a spin.
flylady-verizon1The reviews are in, and the bloggers are ready to talk!

Today at 11 a.m. ET, Marla—aka the world’s greatest home- organization guru—will host a discussion where many of thoese moms will let us know just what innovative uses they’ve come up with for streamling and easing the innumerable burdens of parenthood.

During the live hourlong special, titled Multitasking with Smart Moms, Marla and her panel will touch on topics like:

Running a business with the Palm Pre Plus

Blogging from the Palm Pre Plus

Social networking for on-the-go moms

Navigating your neighborhood—and beyond

Prioritizing to-do lists

Creating “me time”

To check out the show, click here.

To learn more about the Palm Pre Plus, click here.

To read more about Marla, click here.

One thought on “The FlyLady and Mommy Bloggers Attack Multitasking with Palm Pre Plus

  1. Terrance Alexanian

    I’ve had my Pre because shortly soon after release and am glad to find (through this forum) that I can now set a ring tone on incoming text messages and can seek through e-mails and this kind of. Now is there any hope for an upcoming launch in which I can look for my calendar? Would make my employment a lot less complicated, discovering dates of final appointments. No other complaints, except that yesterday I had been in and out of Sprint service (not unusual). I think I was roaming, and looked at my calendar. Anything from the calendar was one particular hour earlier than what I had input. The clock was one hour early as nicely. I had been frightened to death–then, the moment we got back into Sprint assistance yet again, every little thing was normalized. Has this happened to any person else?? Shopping forward to answers, but please remember, I’m no techie and speak English in lieu of technospeak.


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