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Dandelion Weekly OrganizerIn a sleek simple style, the Weekly Organizer helps busy parents keep their life and schedules organized.  This weekly organizer measures 6-1/2 x 7-3/4 x 3/4" when closed and comes complete with an 80 sheet weekly notepad, 240 sticky notes in 3 designs, an 80 sheet memo pad, and 1 accordion envelope.   The weekly notepad has a space for each day of the week plus a space for quick notes.  Small enough to slip in a purse or briefcase and sleek enough for your desk, this weekly organizer is perfect for the busy parent who likes to plan and manage their family's schedule one week at a time.  Available in two styles, Dandelion, and Origami Lane.  See inside

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Product Details - Weekly Organizer

240 Decorative Sticky Notes
80 Sheet Weekly Planner Notepad
Re-closable Envelope for Storage
Measures 6-1/2 x 7-3/4 x 3/4" closed
Foldover Flap with Magnetic Closure

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Tips for Using Your Weekly Organizer

Take time at the start of each week to update a new weekly planner sheet with the following week's schedule and do list.

Keep a copy of the previous week's schedule in the accordion file for quick reference or to refresh your memory.

Transfer any notes that you need to keep to a sticky note.

Use the accordion file to keep receipts, business cards, coupons, or pictures.

Use the sticky notes to mark recipes, files, book pages, or write notes to teachers, co-workers, and family members.

Keep your organizer in front of you during meetings, phone calls, and while shopping online.  It is a great place to keep track of order numbers, phone numbers, assignments, and notes.

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