What do you do with all the papers you use daily? If you're like most people, they go a) in a file folder, b) in a desktop tray or sorter or c) in a ring binder. And if you chose "c," what do you do when one of the 3 holes in the paper rips? Righteo - you apply one of those little adhesive reinforcement labels so you won't lose the paper.
Reinforcements come in white or clear and I like the clear ones because they don't cover up any information that might be right near the edge of the page. What I don't like about the clear ones is that I have a devil of a time trying to see them to peel them off the roll! And sometimes I'm a little clumsy with the application process.
You know what's coming don't you? Of course you do - I have a solution to my problem! This is my V-8 moment - I really wish I had thought of this little gizmo:
All you do is put that little hinged blue base underneath the hole you're patching and press down. Voila! Label is applied quickly and easily. The applicator comes with 200 labels and the refill roll (sold separately) has 400 labels. It couldn't be simpler. Why didn't I think of that? I need one of these and I'll bet you do too.
Well, that's it for today. Just a quick howdy and I'm off and running. Come back next week for some more great ideas!