Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Are You A Labeler?

My office use to be so unorganized until we got our very first DYMO label maker about six months ago. It is our HR department that uses the DYMO the most. Whenever we have a new hire that comes into the company we use our trusty DYMO label maker to label their file folders. Believe it or not they use to write it by hand until I made their life a lot easier, and guess what it looks a lot more professional too. We also use to make names for our employee name badges.


I also purchased one for home and my wife went crazy the first month we had it. I think she labeled everything in the house, garage and the kid’s school supplies. Speaking of school supplies, you can use it to label your kids lunch box, school folders, anything that you think needs a label. We even use our label maker to label our CD’s that we burn at home. My wife is a fanatic about labeling our kids toy bins in the play room. It really helps us to keep the kids toys organized and the kids can easily put their toys away according to what type they are.

So, if you are fanatical about organization or you’re just a neat freak then go get your own DYMO label maker.

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