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The Struggle for Organization is Won with Tools!

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The Struggle for Organization is Won with Tools!

I believe there are three kinds of people: 1) The well organized. 2) The people who are messy and disorganized but struggle to be organized. 3) The messy people who just don't care. Let's start with number three. My father once had 9 pairs of needle-nose pliers because he kept losing them so he would go out and buy a new pair whenever he needed them. The hardware store loved him. And so did I even though he was a disorganized mess. These people are best left to be who they are. Now let's discuss the well organized person. These...

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Whiteboard Uses in Your Home Office

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Whiteboard Uses in Your Home Office

More and more people are working from home in recent years, and if you're doing it you know that keeping your household and your business both organized can be a challenge. Planning is the key, and sticking to a schedule usually helps get everything done. There are schedules on smart phones, computers, and tablets but for many people they need to have a big list on the wall, where their eyes can't miss the messages. Here are a few ideas for whiteboards in a home office: 1 - Daily Task list: Write them on the wall and cross them off...

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How to Use Whiteboards in the Classroom to Encourage Creativity

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How to Use Whiteboards in the Classroom to Encourage Creativity

Creativity aids a child’s intellectual and emotional development, helps them to develop problem-solving skills, and can even help children to feel more confident in their ideas and decisions. Creativity raises a child's self image and boosts confidence. But, with so much of the school day structured around specific learning objectives, it can be difficult to find time to help children strengthen their capacity for creativity. Whiteboards are perfect for introducing projects to help young students with their creative skills, and Whiteboard in a Box is perfect for increasing the whiteboard space in a classroom. It saves the hassle and expense...

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Dry Erase Cleaner that Really Works - and it's Non-Toxic

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Dry Erase Cleaner that Really Works - and it's Non-Toxic

Have you ever marked up a dry-erase board with tons of brilliant ideas and clever concepts when you realize it's time to let it go. Time to erase. Where's the eraser? A dry paper towel? Your shirt? Some water will work with the kitchen sponge. Nope, that made a huge mess! Let's fix this situation now! Clean with ATTITUDE Dry Erase Board Cleaner and Restorer. Removes shadow tracings, ghosting and hard to remove markings with out toxic fumes A light mist is all it takes to remove even the oldest marks and tracings Here are a few of the benefits:...

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Replace vs. Resurface - How Much Will You Save?

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Replace vs. Resurface - How Much Will You Save?

Let's see if it makes sense to buy a new dry-erase whiteboard when your old one has become stained and discolored over time. A 48" by 60" (4 ft by 5 ft) new whiteboard from a big box store, described on their website as: Best-Rite Dura-Rite Dry-Erase Board, Laminate, 4' x 5', ABC Trim, Aluminum Frame is listed for $362.99 Taking down the old board and putting up a new one involves labor, materials, and disposal of the old worn-out board. A new 4 ft by 5 ft WhiteBoard-in-a-Box is $49.99, it installs easily over the old surface in minutes, and...

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