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Thursday, 14 November 2013

Post-it Index ... How Do You Use Yours?

Post-it Index ... How Do You Use Yours?


A recent survey by Post-it Index found that 83 per cent of women have to flag up articles on a weekly basis, as they're just too busy to read them properly at the time.

60 per cent of those surveyed have folded a corner over only to come back later and find it unfolded, losing their page. With Christmas such a busy time for mums, we want to know how you use Index around the home. So whether you use them to mark that amazing offer a Christmas magazine or earmarking your nearest grotto, we want to know.



 Post-it Index come in different sizes, shapes and colours. They're really fun and easy to use. They're so quick to pop on and even quicker to take off which is great for us busy mums. 




















My main use for Post-Index tabs is as pretty little coloured bookmarks, they're the perfect little things to save your pages when you're in a hurry and need to come back to something at a later point.  The smaller arrow shaped Index tabs are perfect for highlighting smaller areas of interest. I used mine to highlight key sentences or phrases that I want to find again in a hurry or lines of text that I intended to share with others.

I used my Post-it Index tabs to save important dates in my diary whilst my kids have been using them to save pages in the Argos catalogue marking the Christmas toys they would like this year. Both of which are very useful ideas, but what else could you do with them? We've been having a little play with our index tabs and made ourselves some new nails and even some funny faces. Life's too short to be so serious, so we had a little fun with ours.





















Post-it Index have so many uses, I couldn't possibly name them all. Some are very practical and some not so but all of which are simple, easy and fun. Whether you want to get seriously organised or just keep pretty coloured reminders, Post-it Index are the perfect way to do it. 

For more fun uses check out the Post-it UK Facebook Page.

We were sent a selection of Post-it Index tabs for the purpose of this post. All the opinions expressed are 100% my own and not influenced by this fact.

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