30 Days of Cozi
It never gets busier for families than the time between Thanksgiving and New Years. Before you’ve even finished cleaning up the turkey leftovers, there are endless lists to be made, gifts to be bought, invitations to be sent and replied to, meals to plan, and multiple obligations to keep track of.
Is Cozi up to the challenge of keeping even the busiest moms on track? We asked four power moms who travel, cook, entertain, volunteer-and blog about it-to try out Cozi for 30 days and let us know how they fared. Check in Mondays through Thursdays to read the results, or visit 30 Days of Cozi to see them all!
Our 30 Days of Cozi contributors:
- Jennifer Leal is the author of Savor the Thyme, a blog focused on family-friendly food and lifestyle. She holds a Master’s of Science in Immunology, and prior to having her two children - now ages 3 and 5 - Jennifer worked for a large pharmaceutical company.
- Sarah Pinnix is the author of Real Life Blog, and a mom to three beautiful girls - ages 8, 6, & 4. Her blog includes personal family stories and faith issues , as well as tips, reviews and giveaways. A former piano and voice teacher and avid performer, Sarah can be found on a variety of new media forums including MomTV, the High Country Mom Squad, the Wii Mommies website and BlogTalk Radio.
- Jody Halsted plans adventures near and far to share on her travel-oriented website Have Kid Will Travel. She also writes a lifestyle blog Iowa Geek, and is the founder of the I_Blog Conference, the first blogger conference designed to serve the US miidwest. Jody is also "Mommy" to two preschool age daughters, "Wife" to Doug, and "brush wielder" to Toby, a 12-year-old St. Bernard mix.
- Kavita Varma White is the author of The Bellevue Blogette, a micro-blog serving Bellevue, WA. A former lifestyle editor of the Florida Sun-Sentinel, she is now the Seattle editor of Red-Tricyle.com, a website focused on kids and families. She is also a consultant and writer for Lifestyle Insights, a firm specializing in women-friendly new media content. In service of her ongoing search for great things for families and kids to do in the Seattle area, Kavita deploys the hard-hitting analysis of her two children, ages 10 and 7.