My top 10 home office organizing products are mostly for paper.
On the whole, I try to avoid negative posts, but I’ve had it these guys. The organizing solutions we provide, mostly come down to editing and approach, but sometimes they are purely structural. It could partly be that you are just using the wrong supplies. Over the last ten years of organizing, we have found these three culprits used in hundreds of homes, as indispensable organizing conventions. Indispensable they are not.
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.
Last week I attended NAPO-CT’s Vendor Fair and one of the companies represented was Thirty One. It so happened that I won one of their products, The Fold n’ File, in a raffle, so I thought I would review it.
As with a Reeses Peanut Butter Cup, two storage items that are good separately are great together. The two items I am focusing on today may seem pretty familiar individually and perhaps you use the combination already. I would go so far as to say that for a quick, easy, inexpensive, and optimally efficient solution, there is nothing better.