Saturday, October 3, 2009

3 An Address Book, made Real Simple

This is more of an item IHeart, than it is a tip and trick.

This is the Real Simple Address/Date Book.



Why I Heart it?  Not only does it offer enough room for each letter in the alphabet, but it also contains a section for "Dates to Remember" by month.  And on top of that, which is my favorite part, it has "Change of Address" stickers in the back, to make updating current addresses a neat and organized breeze!  Just update the sticker label, and place it over the existing address that is being updated.  That way, no need to scribble and cross out old info to rewrite in a new location!

Fabulous thinking Real Simple!  I have had this book for a year now, and use it often, and I couldn't be happier about it!

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