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Sunday, February 21, 2016

Power to the Pen #ShopletReviews

When it comes to writing using pen, I rely on three different brands and one of them is Pilot.  So glad to receive some of the new Pilot design pens from Shoplet.  The package includes the Acroball Pro Hybrid Pens, Acroball Ballpoint Pens, Acroball Colors Pens, and the newest is the Dr. Grip Frosted Pen which is not displayed on Shoplet website yet.
All of the pens i use in my home office  is from Shoplet.  I find  their pens  lasts longer than the ones I normally buy in the store here.
Among all the pens, my very favorite is the Dr. Grip  frosted design.  IT is tastefully designed for writing  comfortably.  It is light and and airy  and I love the  ultra smooth  writing advanced ink.  It is retractable and refillable.
$5.45 per pack
I also got three packs of Acroball pens.  One pack of  Acroball Pro Hybrid Pens  and another pack of  Acroball Ballpoint Pens (photos above and below).
$5.01 per pack
All of these pens including the Acroball Colors Pens  have advanced ink with  medium point of 1.0 mm and has a textured grip which makes it comfortable to use.
$6.09 per pack
We go through pens here at home like no one's business.  With my husband back to school in trying to finish his master's and my kids  writing  notes everyday, we definitely need these high quality pens.   Pilot really gives the power to the pen!
This year, I  have started a  writing on my daily journal once again.  As I  get older, I find it hard to remember our day to day activities.   Before,  I rely on going back though my posts on blog but posting a blog post a day is not happening these days anymore.
 I am more focused on my   health these days rather than   just focusing on  blogs which I  used to do in previous years when the  sponsored posts  are coming like flood.  Now that  I seldom get   paid articles, I  slowed down  writing  on my blog as well.  To compensate my lack of blog entry, I began  writing  a daily journal. 
Shoplet is a one-stop shop  for all your need in your home office or business.  They have  Office Supplies,   Medical SuppliesCleaning Supplies and many more.  Thank you once again Shoplet and Pilot!

Disclosure: The owner of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review.  I was provided with the product/s mentioned  to help me  facilitate this review but  opinions are my own.

Saturday, February 6, 2016

Magnetic Office Set Organizer and Self Laminating ID Labels #ProductReview

My daughter got this magnetic office set organizer at our recent trip to the store and said that she has to have it in her study desk, so we got it.  She's in the stage  now where  organizing becomes her thing.  She used to be so disorganized and messy but  when she turned 10, that all changed.  She is more organized in her room especially.  She even taught me a trick to better organize our clothes.  She found  the neat idea on Pinterest so I applied that in all our  clothes drawer and she's right,  it is more functional.  

It was a perfect timing too because  a couple of days after we bought that, the Avery Easy Align Self-Laminating ID  labels that Shoplet sent me for review arrived so what better way to use it and label her organizer.  

The magnetic plate can be easily hang  on most walls for convenient storage of small items.  It has holes on both sides and the lid of the containers are secure enough to hang the plate.  The organizer set includes map pins,  push pins,  binder clips and paper clips.  I also love the color they  put together on this one.  
You can print the labels on these Avery ID labels but I just  wrote them on the paper  and did not bother to   put it on the printer, it is much easier.  But of course, if you want more professional looking, you can print it. IT has an instruction at the back on how to do it which is easy to follow.  For me, handwritten labels is  more personalized.

The containers has magnet at the bottom so it sticks pretty good.  So now, she doesn't have to dig through the whole thing to find  a piece she needs since  every item has it's own  storage and labels too.
I love Avery products, I have  multiple stuff from them that I constantly use for my kids school stuff and also  for my office here at home.  
 Shoplet have everything that you need for your business and home including Office suppliesCleaning supplies,   Medical supplies, and  Office Furniture.  Thank you once again Shoplet and Avery !

Disclosure: The owner of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review.  I was provided with the product/s mentioned  to help me  facilitate this review but  opinions are my own.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Quick Shopping Trip At TJMaxx

We went out yesterday to buy our son the outfit he needs this coming Friday for their 50s Day as part of the Catholic School Week Celebration.  We had on sale and we didn't spend a dime on it because I used my shop your way reward points.  
 On our way home, we dropped by at TJMaxx to see what they have on sale and found some of these things.  I love that Paris designed stainless steel  utensil holder.  I bought it because it matches my  spice holder which is also a stainless steel.
I also bought this cookie and jelly roll pan.  I love that it is heavy duty and it is only $4.99.  It is is a 15x10x1 in heavyweight aluminized steel  for superior heat conduction and baking.
Shadow Shots
 I also got a new  pastry brush with integrated tool rest.  It's flexible silicone bristles are perfect for glazing, basting and greasing.  This elevate pastry brush was $3.99.
 I also found this neat storage box which was perfect for the small photo albums  I have.  This cost $7.99.  Then I found a stack of so many beautifully designed photo albums.  This is what I bought because it holds 500  pieces of photos which was  the space I needed for the printed photos that I have had ordered  a couple of years ago.
 My daughter found this and said that we need to buy it for her study desk.  It is a magnetic office set with assorted paper clips, binder clips, , push pins, and map pins.
 So these are some of the  stuff that we recently got from  TJMaxx.  I seldom shopped there but once I do, I always find neat stuff.  Oh which reminds me, I have to pay the charge I made on the card, I  always paid it off after I charged the purchase on the card so I won't get the interest.

Want To Make Money? 3 Stocks You Should Invest In!

Previously, I’ve posted some advice on here about improving your finances. In that articles, I spoke a bit about investing. But, I didn’t tell you what you should be investing in. Today, I’m going to talk you through three things that you should invest in this year:
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Social Media

The golden rule of stock market investing is that you want to put your money into something with the potential to grow. Many years ago, people took a chance and put their money into Facebook (FB). And boy, what a chance they took. It’s now worth billions, and guess what? Current FB stock predictions see it being worth even more. Many experts are recommending you scoop up a few shares in Facebook to plan for your retirement. Over time, it looks like prices will rise and rise, meaning you could make a lot of money. And, Facebook also owns another social media giant, Instagram. So, it makes, even more, sense to invest in it. The same can be said for other social networking sites like Twitter. Twitter is newer than Facebook, and has, even more, chance of growing and increasing in worth.
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3D Printing

Another thing you should look to invest in is 3D printing stocks. There are lots of 3D printer companies out there that have share prices pretty low right now. Don’t expect them to stay like that forever. We’re starting to see more and more of these printers on the market, and they’ll soon become a household item. In a year or two, everyone will have one, and they’ll be on sale in all electronics shops. It’s worth investing some money in 3D printing stocks while you can. The best part is, share prices will be so low, it won’t cost you much at all. So, even if things do go south, you won’t lose much money. However, I doubt things are going to go badly. It certainly looks like prices will rise, and money will be made. Make sure you’re in there getting a slice of the pie.

Sportswear

There’s a lot of money to be made by investing in sportswear stocks. Think of all the big companies like Nike, Adidas, and Puma. Each year, billions of people are buying their clothes, and they have sponsorship deals with famous athletes. You can’t go a day without seeing someone wearing sportswear. Plus, the health & fitness industry is booming, so more and more people are buying sporty clothes. If you had to choose one specific company to invest in, it wouldn’t be any of the three I mentioned. Instead, you can get good value for money by investing in Under Armour. They’re not as big or well known as the others, but that will soon change. They’re an up and comer and are set to grow and become more valuable.

Investing may seem complicated, but it’s a simple concept. You buy shares in a company, and make money when the share prices increase. For your best chance at making money, keep these three things in mind.



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