Add a touch of style to your reading with these fun, writable sticky tabs. Simply peel and stick to organize textbooks, magazines, and other noteworthy reads. Each packet contains a generous 300 tabs and features four different designs.
• Writable sticky tabs
• Four designs per pack
• 300 tabs per pack / Single tab dimension: 1" W x 1.5" H
I use a spiral notebook to keep track of "Action Items" of various projects. I write a brief description of the project on the tab to quickly find a particular project's "To Do" list. The stickiness usually lasts the life of the project -- generally one month. I thought that the art placement on the tabs where it is across the top of the tab would intefere with legibility, however, that has not been the case -- I just write over it. The tabs are attached to the pkg. backing and the front of the packaging interlocks to the back of the packaging -- so it is a permanent holder. During the week I keep the front "flap" turned back and interlocked on my desk at-the-ready. On Fridays or the day before vacation days, I fold the flap over the front and till leave it on my desk. I keep a neat and orderly desk without extra clutter and this is something that I enjoy having on my desk at all times. I did not expect to like this so much that I am sorry that I didn't order other designs. his is a product I will re-order to keep a supply on hand. These tabls have replaced a system where I used to use colored flags to flag "High Priority", "low priority" and "medium priority". If, I wanted to, these tags would lend itself to "coding" but so far, because of the writing space, I don't need to color code using these tabs. If it's something really High Priority" or needs some other special attention -- I just use a sicky note that states the special need in addition to the general description tab.
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