Posts Tagged ‘sheet protectors’

Six Steps to Create Your Own Face Shield

Friday, April 17th, 2020

No one expected to be living through a pandemic. So, like most people, you probably don’t own a face mask or a face shield.


C-Line Turns 60

Monday, January 19th, 2009

C-Line Celebrates 60 Years, 1949 - 2009

When milestones occur, it tends to make people become reflective on the past. This year, C-Line is celebrating its 60th birthday and I guess it makes me reflect on all the innovations the company has produced.

The Holidays on a Budget

Wednesday, December 10th, 2008

With the state of the economy right now, many people are starting to cut back in their gift spending. We all know that before you know it, all the gifts can certainly add up! But the holiday season does not have to break the bank. There are many ways to enjoy the gift giving season with your friends and family.

  1. Set up a gift exchange. Is there a certain group of people you always exchange gifts with? Instead of giving a present to each person, exchange names (in secret or not) and buy just one present for the person you picked. Usually, this means the price range is a bit higher, but you save money overall because your are not buying multiple presents.
  2. Gift giving does not always need to mean extravagance. Just the other day, a friend of mine told me a story about getting his neighbor a special type of sheet protector with black paper she had been searching for. It is inexpensive (about $10 for the box) and maybe not a traditional holiday gift, but I’m sure she loved it even more. Remember, it is not about the cost, but the thought of the gift given.

Sheet protectors are your friend

Monday, December 1st, 2008

Ever think about using sheet protectors to help you stay organized, but walk into your local office supply store and get totally daunted by all your choices? Check out this guide to help you select the right sheet protector!

You can even use what you learn to find the perfect mix of sheet protector styles, weights, color and more to keep you organized during your holiday gift shopping.

If you have a question or comment, don’t forget to post it below.

Turkey, Potatoes and Pie, Oh My…

Monday, November 24th, 2008

This past weekend, what did you do? Well, I spent my two days away from the office sifting through piles and years of recipes. Yes, it took that long to come up with the perfect mix of appetizers, entrees, sides and desserts to host the ultimate Thanksgiving!Biodegradable Sheet Protectors for Recipes

Once I had all my recipes compiled, I placed them all into biodegradable sheet protectors. These holders not only keep all my Thanksgiving Day recipes in one place, but also protect them from the splatters, spills and splashes of ingredients that will no doubt happen in my frenzied kitchen this Wednesday and Thursday.


What to do with all those papers?

Monday, November 3rd, 2008

Last week, I introduced you to my favorite office products to keep myself organized. I hope you were able to incorporate one or some into your work routine. I promise; they will help you keeps tasks and projects in orders.

So this week, I want to share with you some tips on how to keep all those paper organized. I once heard that we would become a paperless society, but unfortunately, that does not look to be happening anytime soon. So, what do you do with all those reports, proofs, emails, notes, and memos? Here are some ideas:


October is Pink Month

Monday, October 13th, 2008

Just the other night I did something daring and colored my hair. Okay, I know, it doesn’t seem like a liberating experience, but I had been dying my hair myself the same shade of “bright black” for about a third of my life. So what swayed me to change? The fact that the cost of my hair color was a part of the “Pretty in Pink” promotion, where participating salons and spas offer select services at a fixed price of $31. These salons and spas also make a pre-set donation to Breast Cancer Network of Strength™ so we can receive the benefit of the discounted services.

Breast Cancer Awareness Pink Ribbon