Front and Center'd.
by Maria Pilar Clark
The internet can be this strangely double-edged sword. On the one hand, you'd think cutting down on the old-fashioned paper trail would keep you more organized, but a cyber trail thousands of megabytes longer can be even worse to keep in hand. I mean, sure, there's infinite copies of sent messages and tabbed folders and those little flags that highlight extra important communication, but it doesn't mean that planning and executing said planning gets any easier. Unless of course, you turn to Centerd.com for the most comprehensive planning experience since Emily Post put pen to planner (and gold-embossed thank you note).
From the smallest get together to the largest fundraiser to simple school activities that require sign-ups and follow-ups Centerd.com offers tools in three categories to help you connect: People (connect with fellow planners to exchange opinions and information); Places (get ratings and reviews from the web) and Plans (invite friends and get the what, where, when, why and how).