I do love a new folder and a bit of stationery. I used to work in sales and I sold a lot of stationery. You would not believe how much I remember about paper sizes, envelopes, I can even remember product codes from the catalogue we used to order from. That's quite sad eh? Or I may have loved my job a bit too much.
I've always liked a pencil, pen or a notebook. Mum from the Brew would say I'd always prefer a notepad and a pen opposed to a bag of sweets when I was little. Well they certainly last longer, sweets just go too quick and are bad for your teeth......notebooks are so much more useful.
I love this new portfolio I purchased from Amazon. I am thinking of using it for my floristry work. With the punched pockets which are supplied with the folder, it means I could have a few photos of work I've previously done before, price lists and general info. I could use the lined paper to write out information for a client and there's even a little calcuator to work out and prices. There are plenty of pockets and you could easily get an iPad in there too if need be.
It zips up to keep everything secure and there is a handle on the spine for carrying it around. Great eh? It's so handy as I can keep everything together instead of everything loose all over the place and then I can pick it up and pop off to see someone and show them what I can do.
I will pop a link (affiliated) at the end of this post for Amazon. I bought it for £15.50 and it's really sturdy and very good quality so looks good value for the money. The lined paper refill pad can be replaced when used or you could change it for something of your own choice. I'm really impressed and can't wait to start using it. I'm off to start filling it up.......
Thank you for reading today.....please join me again for one of my Verses for a Thursday but for now you take care.
Here is the link for this portfolio......
What to Buy Wednesday
From January 2018 I've decided to shake Wednesdays up and review products that I have purchased so we go from random thoughts to important retail therapy for the new year.