Hip, hip, hooray! It's tax time! OK, paying taxes may not be fun (unless you're expecting a big return), but you can ease the discomfort with a little savings. See Jane Work, the ultimate cutest place for office supplies, is running its Tax Time Sale through tomorrow, offering 25 percent off orders when you enter the code SPRING at checkout. Perk up your home office with some stylish supplies while you can! I'm loving this White Crocodile Leather Dictionary ($180) and these Monogram Paperweights ($16.25).
Not all of us are born Monica Gellers. That is, organization freaks. I am more of an anal Monica when it comes to getting organized, but I have friends all over the organization spectrum so I know it's a struggle for some. Now that you're engaged, things are going to start to feel overwhelming. It is key to stay organized, to prevent unnecessary stress. You're supposed to enjoy this exciting time of your life!
Here are a few handy & chic wedding organizers to help you along the way. Keep all your proposals, price lists, magazine clippings, everything and anything wedding related in these. Another cool way to stay organized even after the big day has come and gone is by creating a wedding website. Lastly, remember: deep breaths!
Maddie Totes was founded by a wedding planner who felt that carrying all her wedding things in a white binder was boring and finding a bag big enough to carry this binder while looking chic was impossible. So she designed a Tote shaped perfectly for your wedding planning Binder, with enough space for your essentials too. The coordinated Memento Box can collect loose items like fabric swatches and store keepsakes such as your invitations. The Tote is $69 and the Tote, Binder. Memento box set is $119.
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Thanks to TeamSugar user pinky tuscadero who added these adorable office accessories by See Jane Work to our Geek Gear. Yes, there is no technology needed to love these colorful PepperPot Business Card Holders, which hold up to 120 standard size cards, but they're perfectly geeky. Bet you've never seen a Sushinery set before! Yes indeed, this stationary set is sushi everything - sushi shaped erasers, chopstick pencils, and two lined notepads with Japanese sandals at the top. The card holder costs $22 and the notepad set is $10.
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