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Staying Organized with C. Jayne Teach!

Normally I wouldn't post twice in one day, but I couldn't wait for this one! (Sorry!)

I recently made my first purchase over at C. Jayne Teach, and I love it! When I got home, this little beauty was waiting for me :)

I wanted to post the entire package, because I'm OBSESSED with other people's handwriting, and I love hers! I figured I probably shouldn't advertise my home address, though. :)

I picked the desk pad, because these four things are the most common notes I have to write during the day. I especially love the People to Email and Pages to Copy. Everything is in one easy to see space! Plus- I love the green!

Every time I corresponded with C. Jayne Teach it was informative, personal, and timely. I think these three things are SO important when conducting a business, and this company does that beautifully.

Also, have you seen what's coming next from her?

These trays are SUPER adorable, and I definitely want one in my closet or bedroom for jewelry, perfume, etc! For more info on this little beauty, click here!

Stay cool today, especially if you are in the humid and hot midwest right now!

(Disclaimer: I was not compensated in any way for this post, just merely sharing my opinion on an amazing product)


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