Few things excite an office freak more than receiving office supplies and office products in the mail. I must be living right, because I’ve gotten quite a few lately to review on the blog.
These office supply reviews will be pouring out over the next few days, starting right now with this wonderful House Of Doolittle Weekly Planner w/Expense Log. I’m loving the planner, as it’s keeping my thoughts and to do lists all tidy and organized. Unlike a lot of weekly planners, the House of Doolittle planners actually give you enough room to write out what you have done or will do as opposed to having to abbreviate everything! Nothing is more frustrating than trying to figure out what you meant by something like “Com. t drt f M.”
I’ve stumped myself more than a few times.
House of Doolittle planners aren’t just more generous with the space provided for each day, they’re also exceptionally well-made and wont’ rip or get the dreaded “dog-eared” look midway through the year.
The planner I was sent to review would be incredibly helpful for someone in need of tracking their expenses. Each week includes a space for money spent on…
I don’t track any of my expenses (you can ask my husband about that… nah, on second thought, don’t), so I’m actually using this space to track books I’ve read/want to read.
- House Of Doolittle Weekly Planner w/Expense Log
- Ideal for business travel.
- Expense/entertainment log aligned with each day.
- Full seven-day appointment schedule.
Whenever I get a new Weekly/Monthly planner, the first thing I check out is the space allowed for each day (can you tell I have a phobia of not being allowed enough room to speak???). The next thing I check out is the “bonus babies” in the back.
I freaking love these!
You know, the Birthstones & Flowers info for birthdays, wedding anniversary gifts, travel tips, US Road Mileage, the time zone map, area codes, and metric conversions and weights & measures. I use these handy dandy pages all year long. You’d think they’d have taught metric conversions and weights/measures in school, wouldn’t you? Hmph.
In the back of this particular House of Doolittle planner, there’s even a section for Area Codes throughout the United States. Handy way to find out where a call’s coming from before you answer it, huh?
The House of Doolittle has just about any type of weekly/monthly planner you can think of on Shoplet.com. Just click the following link and take a look for yourself: House of Doolittle Planners and Calendars.
This is a great looking and highly efficient planner and I know you’ll love it as much as I do. Be sure to visit Shoplet.com for all the other House of Doolittle products – plus a LOT of office supplies, paper products, etc that you won’t find anywhere else at the great Shoplet.com price.
P.S. By the way, yes I know. They did (and do) teach the Metric System and weights/measures in school. I just never caught what they tried to toss my way. It’s not my fault, you know. I have an allergy to math. I break out in daydreams.
I’m frequently sent products to review on Office Freaks (like this great planner), but I am not told what to say. My words, my pictures, and my ramblings are all my own. If I weren’t impressed, I’d say so. Fortunately, House of Doolittle blows me away, so it’s all good.