More Shoplet! You know how much I love going to Shoplet for anything and everything ranging from office supplies to cleaning supplies, or medical supplies to office furniture. Another thing on Shoplet is a brand called House of Doolittle. What this brand is is calendars, desk pads, and appointment books all made from eco-friendly, recycled materials. Not only that but they are made in the United States with natural soy inks to make them even safer for the environment.
I got two books from Shoplet from this brand and I have to say, they’re nicer than the cheap notebooks I usually would get at the store. One of the books I got is for doodles and notes and it’s such a cute design! There are flowers on every page that are colorful and sophisticated. Since I have so many things I have to write down to keep straight for work, I have started writing it in this book and I have no complains about it!
The other book is a meeting planner; each page is separated into different days so you can write all of the details you will need to know on it. At the bottom of the pages is a year calendar so you can look through the year and see what day of the week each day will fall on. There are also three year calendars on the very last page so you can see as far as December 2019. I have used this to write down when my daughter’s birthday party started and what I had to remember for it. I know I’m going to have a lot of use for both of these books, especially knowing how eco-friendly these books are! I love shopping on Shoplet and I know this is a brand I will be going back for!
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