Wall mounted weekly planning board using liquid chalk markers
Daily Orders Weekly Planning Boards
How do you plan out your week? Do you organise your family's activities on your smartphone or paper diary? That's all well and good for you, but how do your kids and partner know what's going on each day?
Daily Orders is a product that brings wall mounted weekly planning into your kitchen for all to see.
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The sleek and stylish wall mounted weekly planning board with a gloss finish, uses liquid chalk markers to organise your busy lives. All activities can be written on the board for the whole family to see.
All activities written on the board for the whole family to see
Daily Orders weekly planning boards are Australian made, designed by Kelly, a Navy veteran of over 13 years whilst she was on maternity leave last year. Kelly packages each order from her home in Victoria.
Daily Orders for the home or office
In addition to family needs, Daily Orders boards are the perfect addition to any home or office where hectic schedules need to be organised.
Boards come in two sizes; portrait or landscape, and each come with 5 liquid chalk markers.
Not only are Daily Orders weekly planning boards useful, but they also reduce waste by eliminating the need to buy paper calendars. Boards can be wiped clean and used again and again.
If you need a weekly planner in your busy lives, there is currently a sale on all Daily Orders weekly planning boards; $50 off the price of each board. Go to www.dailyorders.com.au to place your order online.
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