I received a little review pack with several Esselt products available on the site
Looks like a colorful assortment doesn't it? One of the first things I want to talk about is the Ampad Project Planner. That's the little pink wire bound planner in the picture. The planner measures 9 1/2" by 7 1/4". It includes 84 sheets of 20 lb paper. It numbered, ruled lines as well as a colum for project notes. There is a space for your date and who the project is prepared by as well. For me, I'm using this as a way to keep track of all things planned each day. From housework, to the boys' games, to practices, to appointments. Another thing I like about this project planner, a portion of the profits from each one sold is donated to support breast cancer research and education! This is a cause that is near and dear to me so I appreciate that aspect of this planner.
The next item I want to tell you about is the Pendaflex Ready-Tab Lift Tab Reinforced Hanging folders. The rainbow colored folders on the left in the picture. I'll be honest about this one. When I first looked over them I thought, "well I like the colors but what's so special about hanging file folders?" Then I read the handy little info sheet they sent along to me. These might be the most ingenious hanging folders I've used. Other hanging folders come with paper tabs you need to insert where you want. Sometimes they fall out, sometimes they rip. These ones actually have built in pull out tabs. You pull out the tabs you want. The tabs are sturdy, made from what feels like a thin plastic. You can either use sticker labels to mark the tabs or write on them directly.
Then there is the Pendaflex Divide It Up File Folder. This folder could come in handy for a lot of things. Divide it up into months if you keep track of your house bills for 3 months at a time. If you have to do a presentation at work, You could put handouts in one pocket, sign in sheet, in another, and maybe your notes for yourself in another pocket. For couponers this could be a great way to divide up your coupons for a specific coupon trip.
Last but not least, I also received the Esselte Copy Safe File Jacket. That's the clear and black item on top of the colored hanging file folders in the picture at the top. You simply slide a document into the jacket that is closed on 2 sides so your document doesn't slide out easily. It keeps important documents private. Someone can't read it over your shoulder at your desk or or on public transit. It also helps keep your document safe from wear and tear. File jackets are a good idea for any important or sensitive document.
***I received the above mentioned/pictured products at no cost as part of the shoplet.com blogger program. I did not receive any monetary compensation for this post. Any opinions expressed are my own.***