Sometimes I just discover a product and I fall in love with with it. This is just such a product. The EverDock by Fuz Designs is one of those rare products that simply does exactly what you need, nothing more, nothing less.
For all of you who have been asking if I have read Marie Kondo’s The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing, the answer is finally “yes.” Here are my thoughts.
The Fellowes Saturn 3i 95 Small Office Laminator is an excellent laminator. It couldn’t be simpler. If you have been frustrated by the learning curve that comes with all the new gadgets and software that are available these days, then you’re in for a treat.
Effortless Entrepreneur is not an organizing book, but it does emphasize the importance of systems and it uses one of my favorite services as a model. It was written by Nick Friedman and Omar Soliman, the co-founders of College Hunks Hauling Junk. I had the pleasure of meeting Nick at the NAPO Conference this past May. He featured his services at the expo, then delivered the best presentation I saw all week: How To Work “On,” Not “In,” Your Business.
I have been a fan of Sharpie products for years. Every one of my team’s project boxes have black Retractable Sharpies in them, so we never loose a cap. My clients love them! Today, however I am looking at three new products from Sharpie: the Premium Pen, the Neon Permanent Markers, and the Metallic Permanent Marker
I decided to test out the new Rotating Desktop Tablet Stand by Kantek at one of my bloggers meetings. I meet with some networking colleagues every few months in an effort to help each other out with our blogs. This turned out to be the perfect place to take this product for a spin!
Product Review: Ogami Notebook, lefties’ friend OK, so this is really a repeat product review of a product from a line of products, I featured in my last product review. Confused? Doesn’t matter. This won’t take long. The stand out product from the line of the See Jane Work products was the Ogami notebook. I stated that while I don’t think …
This is the first time I have ever reviewed a line of product, but the good folks at See Jane Work have sent along several samples. Jane is actually Holly Bonn-Weiss, a successful entrepreneur who believes there is no reason organizing products can’t be stylish. I agree. I have combined them in the photos, but I shall review them one at a time.
I know what you’re thinking. “Really? Those nasty little notes that litter my husband’s computer monitor and desk?” No worries. I don’t like that look either and I don’t like what it represents: inaction.
What I do like, no, LOVE about the mini Post-Its is when they are used well. They are used best when they facilitate flexibility.
The Cablox Cable Organizer definitely taps into the whole minimalist aesthetic. Their one page website sells it’s experience as the “art of cable management.” It makes a feature of the fact that is designed in Denmark. For some reason, that makes me think of Brut, by Faberge, like that somehow makes it more special. It is, infact, about as easy a cable management system as I have found.
The Car Seat Cooler is made by the Talus Corporation, based in Portland, Maine. In full disclosure, both my Vice President, Ben Soreff and I are sons of the great state of Maine, so it’s hard not to be biased for a Maine business like Talus, but we will try.