October 26, 2014

Get Organized with Knock Knock :: Review and Giveaway


Are you as organized as you want to be? Not only does Knock Knock put the fun in functional, they also know their stuff when it comes to organization. Sure you can count on them for witty gifts, funny books, notepads, fun office supplies, and more. But you can also battle chaos on every front with their tools for home organization, running errands, and tidying the office! Knock Knock's beloved list pads, stickies, shopping lists, and more help get it down and get it done.


Newsflash :: The oh-so popular All Out Of Pad has now sold over million copies! I have a secret to tell you. I hate grocery shopping. I want to just get what I need as fast as I can. Who hasn't wandered blindly at the grocery store, trying to remember what to buy? Wander no more! This perennial favorite lets you check off depleted items as you run out, then replenish with ease and certainty when next you shop. It's magnetic too - so keep it right on your fridge.


I teach. I blog. I am busy. If I don't write things down, they don't get done. It is just that simple. Don’t let yet another 168 hours of your life get away from you. This Week Pad lets you organize your daily affairs and monitor the big picture at the same time. You can even get a jump on next week’s tasks as you maximize efficiency over and over and over again. There is nothing better than checking things off as you complete them! Done and done.


Finally, the At Home/At Work Perforated Pad compliments those of you who need separate to-do lists to divide and conquer. We're looking at you, Clark Kent. You can’t be two places at once, but this magic pad can. At first glance, it’s an ordinary list for home and work. But wait! Look closer and tear. Yep, you can tear it in half when you are ready to divide and conquer.


Sometimes a very well thought out pad is all you need to keep your life moving along nicely. Knock Knock really knocks it out of the park with their savvy selection of stationery, notepads, sticky notes, and more. I dare you not to find great organizational items, fun novelty products, and just plain cool gifts.



Connect :: Visit knockknockstuff.com to find tools for home organization, running errands, and tidying the office! Connect with Knock Knock via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.

Buy It :: You can purchase the organizational pads and products that I reviewed for $7 each.

Special Offer :: Use the code UMBRELLA20 to get a 20% discount on your order! This special offer is good through November 1, 2014.

Win It :: One {lucky} reader will win a Knock Knock Organizational Pad Prize Package which includes:
  • All Out Of Pad 
  • This Week Pad
  • At Home / At Work Perforated Pad
How To Enter :: Just use the simple form below to enter. Open to US only. Must be 18+ to enter. Giveaway closes on November 9, 2014 at 11:59 pm EST. Only one person per household/IP address may enter. Good luck!
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59 comments:

  1. I like the "All Out Of" pad, be perfect to pin to the fridge so I won't ever forget what were out of.

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  2. I wanna win!

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  3. I love the 'All Out Of' list - cute and functional!

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  4. I like the Anti-Social Network Journal lol, I definitely have a love hate relationship with smart phones and technology, I dont even own a phone with a camera, much less a smart phone & it annoys me to no end to see 90% of the population walking around with the head down, engrossed in their phone. I'd use the journal for general notes, lists and rants lol :)

    Rafflecopter: Rosie Areola

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  5. These pads are so funny. I love the WTF Nifty Note and I'd use it to leave notes for my husband when he leaves something out or leaves a spill on the counter without cleaning it up. Haha. Maybe the note would make it seem less like I was nagging?! LOL

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  6. I would use the "What I Ate Pad" to help me lose weight!

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  7. I really like the To Do/To Buy Perforated Pad. It would definitely come in handy at home to organize my life! :)

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  8. I'd get the All Out Of Horizontal Pad and I'd put it on the refrigerator to keep track of what we're out of.
    (Rafflecopter name is Kimberly).

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  9. I like the To Do/ To Buy pad. They're so cute. :)

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  10. I like the Foodie Gift Tags . They would be perfect for our gifts of food.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  11. I'd get the What to Eat Horizontal Pad to help with weekly meal planning.

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  12. I definitely need the Utter Crap 3-Way Pad (Large).

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  13. I love the "Vouchers for Women", and I'd use it for some humor in my life!

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  14. I would use the "All Out Of" notes daily! But the "My Bad" notes are cute!

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  15. I would giveit to my daughter for Christmas

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  16. I like the Days of the Week File Folders. They'd be great for making sure assignments are done on time!

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  17. Hi! Hahahaha! I just found my favorite stationary shop. One of my favorites is the All Out of Pad in pink. Thanks!!

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  18. I have been in this email list for a while and they have cute organizational items. I'm a list maker and keep note pads everywhere. I would get the Time Critical Sticky Note Packet so maybe my daughter would remember how important a request of her is.

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  19. I love the To Do / To Buy Perforated Pad. I'd use them daily to keep my "stuff" together.

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  20. I like the Random Notes pad because I could use it for everything. I make a lot of lists!
    CINDY B on rafflecopter

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  21. I think the crap box is hilarious!

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  22. My favorite is the What to Eat - I've been using it for over a year and love how easy it is to plan our weekly meals. I'm down to my last 5 pages!!! I'd love a new one :)

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  23. I love the weekly To-do lists!

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  24. I love the "Get Your Shit Together" notepad

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  25. What to Eat Horizontal Pad is def something I could use.

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  26. I love the Time Critical Sticky Note Packet

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  27. I like the "To Accomplish Stick notes" collection

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  28. I would get the What to Eat Horizontal Pad to help with meal/snack planning!

    cc_girly(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  29. I like the "Time Critical Sticky Note Packet"!

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  30. I love the Time Critical Sticky Note Packet -- it's adorable. The headings crack me up!!
    Dede

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  31. amy guillaume lindermanNovember 3, 2014 at 9:17 PM

    i love the what to eat horizontal pad! so cool. would be great for hubby and the kids to refer to

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  32. love everything but i will go with the stuff i wanna hide box, so funny!

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  33. I like the what to pack pads which I would use to get me organized when traveling!

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  34. i would really like the To Do / To Buy Perforated Pad i would use it to write down things i need from the store

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  35. The What to Eat pad would be great for meal plans.

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  36. The grocery list pad would make my life a lot easier!

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  37. I like the stuff I want to hide small box

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  38. http://knockknockstuff.com/product/more-crap-large-box/ and I'd use it to store Halloween 'crap"

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  39. I love the Birthday Countdown Calendar it would help me plan for my sons birthdays

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  40. I really like the Note to Self pocket notes. I've have to carry them around all the time because I always have random thoughts.

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  41. I love the Stuff I Want to Hide From Nosy People box for hiding my chocolate stash and the What to Pack pad for trips.

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  42. I would get the Foodie Tags. My fiance is amazing in the kitchen, and we could tag his info onto them when it's gift giving season.

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  43. I like the "Get Your Shit Together" Pad

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  44. To accomplish sticky notes! I love everything! Great stocking stuffers!

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  45. I love the Stuff I want to Hide Box (small) What a great idea!
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  46. The WTF Nifty Note is so funny :) It would be a fun gift for Christmas!

    sara.drexler(at)mail.northcentral.edu

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  47. Grocery list would help my budget

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  48. I would get the Time Critical Sticky Note Packet because it would help me stay organized and priorities my to-do lists at work and home! Thank you so much!

    http://knockknockstuff.com/product/time-critical-sticky-note-packet/

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  49. I really like the Someday 3-Way Pad! I love making lists of things needed done for the near future.

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  50. I think my boyfriend would fall out laughing if I gathered up all the 'stuff' off the top of his dresser and put it in their small Crap Box. (although he may actually require the larger More Crap Box).

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  51. I really like the All Out Of Pad! I really need this because when i go shopping i just wing it and buy crap we don't even need... this would help me get what i only need.

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  52. I like the What to Eat pad, it would help me with planning our dinners!

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  53. I like the Random Notes Pad. I could use it all the time. Linda Bradshaw , teachinmomma123abc at yahoo dot com

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  54. I am ROLLING about the "get your shit together" pad... I need a million of those :)

    http://knockknockstuff.com/product/get-shit-together-pad/

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