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Customize the way you organize. Organize all your notes, tasks and to-do lists with M by Staples® Arc customizable notebook system. Its ultra-flexible design allows you to add, remove and rearrange your favorite pages and accessories again and again.
With 2014 coming up on us, I am determined to get my life a little more organized. With all the kids sports, my blogs, leading a dance team, it’s definitely something I need to make sure I am on top of, or life will turn chaotic pretty quickly. Thanks to M by Staples®, the Arc Customizable Notebook System, getting organized just got a little more fun.
The system I received started off with the M by Staples™ Arc Customizable Durable Poly Notebook System, Clear, 9 3/8″ x 11 1/4″. I also received the refill paper, task pads, page flags, and tab dividers, all the essentials to keep a system of perfection.
What I loved about the clear poly notebook was the ability to customize it to my liking. You get 8 different designs to choose from so you can truly make the notebook to your liking. I choose the front cover to be a drawing of a lady shopping because, well, it fit me really well. Not only would this make it fun for people who are looking to get a little more organized, but teens in school would enjoy being able to make a notebook their own. Here’s a little more about the Poly Notebook!
- Customize with eight different prints and solids (one package)
- Easily add, remove and rearrange pages
- 60 repositionable narrow-ruled sheets
- High quality, lasting product
- Perfect for school, office, or travel
- Two sizes: Letter and Junior
- Available in Staples retail stores and staples.com starting 7/5
- Retail price: Letter $10.99, Junior $8.99
In addition to the notebook, were a few extras to truly keep me in line, the extras that came with it were great for keeping me at my task on hand. After putting in the dividers and making areas for blog notes, dance notes, kids team notes, kids class notes, I inserted a task pad at the beginning of each tab. This was great for writing things like upcoming post dates, class parties, dance meetings, etc. The page flags made a fun, colorful way of knowing what was important, what needed to be done soon, and what could be held off on. I am a visual person, so I absolutely loved the page flags, those bright colors just make organization pretty!
Overall, I am impressed with this system. The only thing I will note is that due to it being easy to refill and change out things, I noticed the paper does occasionally come loose, but since I usually tear paper out in the end anyways, it’s not a deal breaker for me. If you are looking for a fun way to get organized be sure to look into the Arc Customizable Notebook System. It would make a great gift for the person who likes to stay organized by writing everything down?
What are some things you use notebooks for??
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