It’s the start of another year – a new year to organize and start off fresh. I make a list (love my lists) of the things that of course I didn’t accomplish the previous year to tackle with a renewed enthusiasm.
Organization is ALWAYS top of my list. There are always different areas that I can improve organization. Storage boxes help me with my organization by keeping important items safe, together and accessible. It’s essential to being able to stay organized.
Did you know there are many types of box options? So which one is best for your application – Box, Drawer or a Combo?
When you choose drawer storage…
- You can stack records higher and save space
- You can eliminate the need to stack and restack boxes
- You cut record retrieval time in half
When you choose box storage…
- You can move and handle records more frequently with stronger boxes
- You can store less frequently accessed records safely with safe closures
When you choose a drawer/box combo…
You can store active files in easy to access drawers
You can store inactive files in safely sealed boxes for long-term storage
Whatever your choice with the ability to stack, your organization options are endless
Paperwork You Should Keep:
Real estate records
Tax return documentation
Until Paid Off:
Car loan payment stubs
Other Items to Keep:
Last pay stub of a job, when you leave that job
Last pay stub of the year, until you reconcile it with your W-2
Bank deposit slips, until you reconcile your bank statement
Bank statements, until a calendar year; store with tas returns if they will be used to prove deductions
The Writing Instrument, the one thing everyone uses at least once a day. Think about it how often do you go without using a pen, pencil, highlighter or even those nifty new stylus pens for your tablet? I have 4 pens sitting on my desk right now. There are over 25,000+ writing instruments available to put your logo on and help brand your business.
The Writing Instrument is the top advertising product in the US in front of shirts and bags. Do you advertise with pens? Could you be missing an opportunity?
Did you know – Cost Per Impression. In the U.S., the cost per impression of a promotional product is 0.6 cents, compared to prime-time TV and national magazines at 1.8 cents each and 0.7 cents for newspapers.
After my daughters band concert last night, my husband and I set out to run to the store for little goodie bags for my son’s class. Afterwards, we stopped at one of our favorite places to eat – Mexican!! A couple of months ago, my husband laughs and says to me, we’re going to start leaving a pen and see how long it takes for us to get the pen back to sign our bill. So every time we had dinner there, if we had a pen on us, we left one. Last night we get our bill and I’m looking at my phone and hear him snicker. I look up and he says, look. He’s pointing to our Allegro pen that he had just been given to sign our bill.
Imagine – how many people see and use our pens.
Do you use pens, pencils, highlighters or stylus pens to advertise?