Friday, August 29, 2014
We seldom use our dining room table to eat. We usually eat at our kitchen table. I regretted buying a set of dining furniture since we hardly use it and we don't really need it. Although it is good to have but I don't really see a great use of it for a family of four like us. But anyway, our dining are serves as the junk place for my product reviews and my daughter uses it for her arts and craft. I decided to clean it up and free it from mess last week, so now it looks like a formal dining room again and not a junk area hehehe. I don't have a Burlap and Lace Table runner but a friend of mine gave me this table runner which I like.
Posted by Chubskulit Rose at 10:04 AM
Sunday, August 10, 2014
We went to the store twice already to buy all the kids school supply as the school opening is fast approaching. They still have one more week of break and then the school begins. I am glad that I received my Avery supplies that Shoplet has sent me for review. I received a heavy duty view binder, color label divider, and clear label divider.
These is a great set for me for this school year to organize my children's memos and communication from school. I hate when I lose a paper that needs to be signed or need to be returned from the teacher because you know, I am very forgetful (sign of aging lol). These would help me keep in track and organize at all times, thanks to Avery and Shoplet!
I love this Color Label Divider! This is sold in pack of 5 for $27.24 which is a pretty good price considering the amount of labels you get. It has three-hole punched for use in a standard binder.
Shoplet makes my life easier by sending me also a pack of Clear Label Divider. This is also sold in pack of 5 for $20.32. Perfect to use in a standard ring binder.
I have a few of this heavy duty View Binder at my office and glad that I got a new one because my husband is enrolled to the master's program at Doquesne University this Fall and he could use this to organize his paper works. This is sold at Shoplet for a low low price of $5.95.Shoplet have everything that you need for your business and home including office supplies, office stationary, promotional products, promotional shirts and many others.
Thank you so much again Shoplet!
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Posted by Chubskulit Rose at 6:34 PM
She won an international smile contest for the month of October 2009. This contest was sponsored by Division of Pediatric Dentistry, Department of Oral Health Sciences, University of British Columbia, Canada.
God bless y'all!