A few weeks ago, I posted about how I had taken bags & boxes FULL of stuff to Goodwill. Since we have moved in our home, it seems I am constantly try to get organized. Organization is an ongoing battle, but I firmly believe that it starts with cutting the clutter. I love being able to open my closets without worrying about what I am going to see. Isn’t it funny how we hold on to stuff, but keep hidden away in closets?
The next step in getting organized for me is labeling everything. I usually know where things are, but my husband always has to ask. Our medicines aren’t kept in a cabinet. I keep them in a storage box on a shelf in our laundry room. I like for things to be contained in one place. Thanks to DYMO, everything will soon be labeled. I started in my laundry room with the medicine box and cleaning supplies basket.
My mawmaw makes the BEST grape jelly and blackberry jam. I decided to go ahead and label those, so we could make sure to use the oldest up first. She usually labels them for me, but I picked these up as soon as she finished making them, so she didn’t have time. YUM!
Those are just a few of the ways I have already used my DYMO LabelManager! We were sent the DYMO Label Manager 260P for review. I put it to use right away and I am impressed with how fast & efficient it is so far.
Some of my favorite features:
Super sleek design. My toddler even thought it would work as a cell phone, haha.
Rechargeable Battery, so no more buying batteries!
HUGE screen. Seriously, I love the size of this screen.
You can print up to 10 copies of one label.
Built in scissors. Press down on the button & it snips the label right off for you.
3 font choices, 6 font sizes, 7 text styles, boxes, & underlining. You can customize to your little hearts delight.
So far, I haven’t been able to find one single thing that I didn’t like about my new DYMO LabelManager. It has already come in handy for several projects and I will soon put it use on a new filing system.
I was sent the above product for review, but no other compensation was provided.
All opinions remain my own, as always.