WIN Les Mess Card Game

Need your kids to help more around the house? Need to motivate your helpers?

Les is More, a home organization company, announces the launch of Les Mess card game. The interactive card game is a set of organizing cards that help children get their room and your home organized and clutter-free. The game is available at

The game is recommended for ages 5-12 and teaches children in a fun way the benefits of cleaning up after themselves. Kids Shuffle the cards, pick one and do what is on the card. Each card has a time limit on it. If you finish in time you get a prize (Mom and Dad do this part),
and there are cards with unique prize ideas included that do not bring more clutter into the house.

These organizing cards teach children to put things away, as well as what to keep and what to toss. They will learn through getting organized, how to sort and will create a habit of picking up every day. After all, isn’t teaching our kids how to be organized and clutter-free a part of being a parent…and sometimes learning should be fun too!

Leslie Jacobs, founder of Les is More commented, “Our homes are a reflection of how people
feel; if our homes are messy, we feel as if our lives are messy. Les is More was founded on the
belief that organization is possible and with the Les Mess card game, it can be a little more fun for kids to jump in and help.”

Also available is Les Mess for couples. This version of the game is a little more intense than the
children’s version and also includes blank cards so personal request cards can be made to
manage a couple’s personal organizational challenges.

WIN: 24/7 MOMS and Les is More are giving away one set of Les Mess Playing cards.

Enter for your chance to win:

1. Become a 24/7 MOMS Subscriber Enter your email address below then leave a comment that you subscribed along with your email address.

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US entries only and one entry per person. Winner will be chosen on July 18, 2010.

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*We received a complimentary Les Mess card game for review no financial compensation was received.

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