Friday, April 15, 2011

Product Review : Les Mess, an organizing card game for kids

Key Benefits of Les Mess

Motivates your child (or children) to organize their room

Shows your child the benefit of cleaning up after themselves

With Les Mess, you will have Less Mess in your home.

ONLY $19.95 

My Review:  

What a brilliant idea for a organizing card game for children ages 5-12.  I know my mother would have loved to have this game when we were growing up.  With 3 children, she had a hard time in getting us to organize and pick up our rooms.  Over the years, her desire for a neat house has rubbed off on on me, and I hope to instill the need for a clean and tidy house when my daughter, Savannah gets a little older and begins to start picking up her toys and room.  This card game will make the task of organizing fun for kids who don't like to pick up.  You will be surprised at how children who don't like to pick up, will want to, as they play this game and learn how to take care of their possessions.

Another service I love from Leslie is her Virtual Organizing Services - you take the photos of problem areas in your home, and Leslie provide the 12 steps to help clean and organize your space. And, it is only $55.00.  This is a great service for busy moms on the go, who don't have the time or money to hire someone to come in and help them become more organized.  With 12 easy to follow steps, you will get your home organized in no time.

So, if you are looking for a way to make organizing/picking up toys and more with your children more fun and manageable, why not take a look at Les Mess today.  It is worth the investment!

About the Leslie Jacobs:

Growing up, Leslie Jacobs’ bedroom was an organizing dream.  Her David Cassidy photos were so even, they looked like wall paper; she graduated from University of Bridgeport with a degree in Journalism and received her Masters degree from Wesleyan in 1989.  After college, she became a photographer working for United Press International and photographed everyone from Bruce Springsteen to Paul Newman to Henry Kissinger.  Jacobs added fundraising to her many skills and spent 10 years raising money for various non-profits. 

In the spring of 2001, she walked into her Cousin Sheila’s kitchen and opened a cabinet. Plastic Tupperware came tumbling out and Jacobs innocently asked if she could organize this for her.  Within two hours, the kitchen was organized and Sheila was explaining how Jacobs could turn her talent into a business.

Twenty-four hours later Les Is More, Jacobs’ professional organizing service was born. (Les is More, because her first name is Leslie!)

Jacobs lectures, writes for many major publications, speaks at many functions and helps people and business get organized. She also has been on Better TV as well as other television shows. Her desire is to get into radio to do a phone call in show to help people get organized and live clutter-free.

She created Les Mess, the only organizing game for children ages 5-12 and spends many hours a week with clients doing her phone organizing which is like having a personal organizer on speed dial, said a Les Is More client.  Jacobs sells her Les Mess games and phone organizing on this website,

Disclosure:  I was sent a sample of Les Mess in order to write up an honest review.  The views above are mine and mine alone. 

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