Monday, February 2, 2015

Stadium File and SuperTab Folders

 Disclosure: The author of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review. Opinions expressed is solely my own and may differ from others. The product/s being described in this review was provided for FREE for evaluation purposes only.

I am so glad that there are online companies like Shoplet that supplies all kinds of office supplies.  You can rely count on them in finding whatever you need for your business or personal use in your home office.  As you all know, it is tax season here in the US again.  That means, taxpayers  like my family, have been collecting  the documents we will need to file our taxes.  These Smead supplies that I got from Shoplet helps me organize everything that we need for our taxes this year.  
I got a pack of this SuperTab tab file folder  in dark pink.  A pack of this cost $3.55.  I love it's over sized tab because you can easily   read the labels  on this.  The color pink is chosen to show support the fight against breast cancer which a lot of women nowadays  are battling.  I admire the company for participating on this cause.  A portion of the sale for this product will go to the breast cancer research.  
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  These 3-in-1 Super Tab Section Folders is perfect for my kids  music notes.  They are both taking piano lessons now so each of them would need a separate file for their loos music sheets and other  things.  You can buy this for $7.88 per pack at Shoplet website via the link provided.
I love the Lockit technology feature of this 3-in-1 SuperTab section folders  because you can  securely subdivide multiple documents within a single file folder.  My two kids don't have  a sense of organization yet so this would prompt them to do it as it has three extra-high interior pockets  that safely hold documents, photos and certificates for secure transport while keeping the materials readily accessible. The two pockets are perfect for holding their music sheets. The second one on the back cover is slightly shorter to hold smaller items and keep them partly visible,  this would serve as their  iPod pocket. All pockets are closed on two sides for easy document insertion.   I wish I have these kind of folders when I was still in school.
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The last but not the least is the Smead Navy Stadium File that you can buy  for $22.44. The  12-Pocket Stadium File is exactly what I need to organize all our taxes from previous years and the documents we have this  year. 
This 12-pocket Stadium File is ideal for clearing clutter from your work space or counter top.  My husband  was eyeing for it but he was too late  tell me as I already organized our taxes doc in it.  He wanted organize his homework for his classes online.   I love that the expanding file is tiered for easy viewing. The letter-size pockets are also tiered and fixed so the papers don't fall to the bottom of the file. 
Shoplet have everything that you need for your business and home including office suppliesoffice stationarypromotional products,  and many others such as medical supplies .   Thank you once again Shoplet!!

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MikiHope said...

I am literally dreading doing my taxes this year and have just begun to try and get it all together! These folders would definitely help me sort and that last one would be great to keep prior year taxes in one place.

Nova said...

this makes the organizing very simple and fast, you'll find what you are looking for with the help of these folders.

Lynndee said...

Love how organized it is. We also use those kinds of folders to organize ours.

Cherry said...

you have such a neat tax file!

Maria Teresa Figuerres said...

These supplies will surely come in handy in most homes. They help organize small stuff in the house for both parents and children. Nice!

Karen said...

Oh taxes are such a headache and yes, with all the documents needed, we need supertab folders too.


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