New Digitwirl Episode: Seriously Simple Shared Schedules

Is my husband going to be home for dinner? Does that business meeting conflict with basketball practice? Game night, girl’s night, date night… keeping everyone’s schedules straight in my work and family life is a herculean effort. To manage everyone’s coming and going, I need something more than just a place to jot things down (sorry, paper calendar). What I need is a system that truly supports me and helps me get through my day, one commitment at a time.That’s why I can’t live without Google Calendar. Let me count the ways I love it: I can use it anywhere (so every device I have gets me where I’m going), it’s easy to share schedules, so I can coordinate efforts with co-workers and significant others, aaaand it’s free.Watch this week’s Twirl to learn to see why gCal and I have a standing appointment.** NOTE: To make search engines happy, for your sake and ours, please be prepared to add an additional 250 words MINIMUM to this description.  Give it your personal take, add an anecdote… you know, make it snazzy. 🙂 

Suggested Tags 
free online calendar, google calendar, google calendar review, online calendar, shared calendar,shared family calendar


Digitwirl is the weekly web show that offers simple solutions to modern day problems.  In 3 minutes, Digitwirl brings busy women the very best time, money, and sanity-saving technology, and then teaches them how to use it, step-by-step.  Digitwirl was created by technology lifestyle expert Carley Knobloch, who uses lots of technology to manage her busy life as mom of two and entrepreneur.  Become a subscriber to get weekly show alerts and exclusive deals at <a href=””></a>, or follow Digitwirl on Twitter at <a href=””>@digitwirl</a>.


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