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Post-It Share a Moment

Post-It Share a Moment


Share a note on Facebook about how you use Post-it to inspire and encourage the ones you love.  For each note you share, Post-it will donate $1 to

I shared one about my son when he was just a little kid:

My son (who has autism) was always nervous about starting school that first day. I would always post a sticky note to the inside of his jacket, his lunch-box, and his binders to let him know what to do next until he learned the schedule. It was funny when he returned the favor when I started working from home for the first time and reminded me to begin the day with coffee.

What story did you share? Tell me in the comments!

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Free FranklinCovey Pocket Journal with Stickers (Canada only)

Free FranklinCovey Pocket Journal with Stickers

Free FranklinCovey Pocket Journal with Stickers (US/Canada)

Get a free FranklinCovey Pocket Journal with Stickers.  Offer valid in Canada only.  Enter your email address into the form and they will send you an email with the link to fill out.

Imagine being able to keep up with all the holiday stuff and where you are supposed to be.  You get a little black pocket book and a sticker sheet to mark important events.  I can’t always get to my PC or my tablet.  Being prepared will help me stay organized.  I may also give it to my daughter.  She uses organizational materials to keep her school stuff straight.  Since  a new year approaches, she likely needs another one.

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I just found this website through BzzAgent – and it’s such a cool idea that I just wanted to share it with you!

If you are anything like me, you have profiles all over the internet – MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, LinkedIn and maybe even a website or two.  It can get pretty crowded handing out a business card with all that information.  Imagine handing a business card with a link to one website that links to everything else about you and/or your business! does just that by letting you put all those links together into one spot, along with your profile, a description of your business, a picture of yourself and a customized background.  I used a picture of daffodils in my yard.  Then, you can completely customize your fonts and colors.  I just got started, so my mine is pretty basic.  I plan on spiffing it up some later (because it’s so easy to change things up later), but you can see it here for now.

The dashboard is actually my favorite part, though, because of it’s many helpful, behind-the-scenes features. Here, you can gather statistics on how many people have visited your profile.  You can also  see how many of them clicked on your links when they visited your profile.  You can see how much time they spent viewing your profile, the time of their visit and whether they are new or returning visitors.  You can also see your Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn stats.  The Promotion tab helps you promote your new profile and even has links to make submitting it to Google, Bing and Yahoo easy.

Right now, if you sign up, you can get 50 free business cards that match your profile.  Each business card is double sided and full color.  The front of mine is my daffodil background and the back has my name, a link to my page, my phone number and  they generate and add a QR code to your business card that links to your profile. People can scan the code on your business card, and check out your page on their phone!  You do have to pay shipping for them, but they are otherwise free.  I am looking forward to giving this a try!  You can sign up for your own profile here!

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Product Review: Cross Pens

cross edge pen

I and my husband are both business professionals.  We are always writing things down.  It seems like I am either writing notes about design changes to a website I am working on in my professional sphere or updating the grocery list stuck to fridge reminding me of the ever-growing list of items we need.

My husband writes so much that he keeps a pen attached to the front of shirt at all times.  Whether he is wearing a T-shirt or work polo, he always has a pen.  In fact, we have a running joke in the family that, if he isn’t wearing a pen, he is naked.  If he is wearing two, he is overdressed.  Don’t laugh!  It’s happened!

When offered me the chance to review a Cross pen, I jumped at the opportunity.  Writing is such an integral part of our lives and we both value good writing instruments.  I was ecstatic to receive the Cross Edge to review. In short, it is an executive level rollerball pen that opens with a slide action.

The Pros:

  • The Gel ink is so fluid, one could almost get the sense that the pen is intelligent enough to intuit the writer’s thoughts and write on its own.  The tip effortlessly floats across the page.
  • No cap to lose!  It opens with a slide action rather than a twist or with a cap the way most pens do.  You simply give it a small tug.  It’s so easy to open that it can even be done one-handed.  I even find myself clicking it open and shut when I am lost in creative thought.  It just begs to be played with.
  • It’s stylish.  The pen’s design is attractive and eye catching.  Whether it’s the punched out metal detailing on the clip or the high quality resin finish,  I almost want to make sure my shoes are matching it when I carry it.  It’s attractive enough that it could easily be an executive accessory.
  • I love the balance and weight.  It doesn’t feel too heavy when I write with it.  The tip doesn’t feel lighter than the end, so it also feels balanced.
  • It’s versatile!  Prefer a ballpoint?  Just change out the ink refill with the Jumbo Medium Ballpoint Refill.  Prefer a different ink color?  They have that as well.
  • Beautifully elegant gift box included!

The Cons:

  • It’s a little chunky for smaller hands at almost .5 inches in diameter.  I will be looking to see if Cross designs a slide action roller-ball pen that is a little bit smaller.  However, if I find they don’t make one, this is a small quibble and it’s still easier to hold than cheap dime-store pens.


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