Tuesday, April 05, 2011

Review: GoalForIt.com

More and more of my life is moving into the cloud.  My life is planned on Google calendars, my documents are created with Google docs or Microsoft web apps, my bookmarks are saved with SpringPad, my files are scattered across multiple cloud servers for easy access from anyplace with an Internet connection.  And now, I can even create a chore chart for the kids on the fly with the website "Goal For It!"

The site is free to use, easy to navigate, and has plenty of choices to make custom chore charts, behavior charts, to do lists and goal plans. I had fun creating chore charts for each child, and then even created a couple goal charts for myself.  One of the goal charts allowed me to spell out the steps needed for the trip Nate & I are taking to Texas this summer, and outline the funds we need to raise.

The chore charts for the kids had a ton of graphical headers, and depending on the age range chosen I could choose chores/behaviors that was more pictures (brush teeth) or more text.  I can also customize the charts with my own chores that aren't listed (although there are plenty that are standard)

The thing that I liked best is that I can be on break at work and begin work on a chart, then finish it up from home, then work on it some more on the iPad.

And, did I mention it's all free?  Once I created our charts, I was able to print them out and hang them on the refrigerator.  I can also keep track of progress online through the site.  I plan to continue using this site!

*Disclosure: This is a compensated post. I learned about this site thanks to BSM Media. All opinions are my own!*

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