Wednesday, December 2, 2009

3M Post-it Giveaway Gets YOU Organized for the Season!

Yesterday's post, the first in our Holiday Handbook series, had all the info on shipping deadlines for the holidays.

Now, you just need to get all your shopping done, and get out those decorations, and bake all those cookies, and....oh no.

Looks like we need some help!

Luckily, 3M, the makers of Post-it Notes (and where would we be without them?!), has a new line to help you get organized this season.

Post-it Super Sticky Removable Label Pads don't just have a little stick-em at the top of each sheet. Instead, these compact pads come in in bright colors (great for color-coding) with a full-adhesive back and easy-to-peel perforated tab.

Post-It Super Sticky Color-Coding Labels and Sticky Color-Coding Labels let you write on the labels by hand or print with laser printers. They're available in rectangular and round version, neon and primary colors. You can use them to label holiday cookie containers, mix CD's--pretty much anything!

Post-It Super Sticky I.D. Labels, File Folder Labels, Name Badge and High Visibility Labels are perfect for organizing school and work supplies and your home office, remembering that new guy's name at the office holiday party, labeling your kids' school supplies, and identifying what you have in those important files (like Christmas receipts!).

Finally, 3M Recycled Address and Return Address Labels, Full Sheet and Shipping Labels let you ship it all out, from Christmas cards to gifts and more! Whew. Now you have room in your house again.

Post-It Super Sticky Removable labels, and 3M Permanent Labels are available at Shop3M.com and office superstores.

To help you get organized, we're giving away a selection of the new products from 3M and Post-it!

The winner will receive a Super Sticky Label Pad, Laser/Inkjet Labels in white and bright colors, Super Sticky Post-It Round and Rectangular Labels, 3M Color-Coded File Labels and a Post-It Full-sheet Shipping Label.

I'm also going to include a copy of professional organizer Peter Walsh's book, IT'S ALL TOO MUCH, SO GET IT TOGETHER: Less junk, clearer mind, better life. This fabulous book, designed for teens (but invaluable for anyone who needs to get organized, really), gives all the how-to's today's kids need to get all their "stuff" together and keep organized as they move through school and into the college years.

To Enter (required): Leave a comment with your biggest holiday nightmare! Dreading the plane trip home, splitting time between the grandparents, cooking dinner for umpteen guests? Just let me know in a comment below.

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22 comments:

Stephanie said...

I subscribe to your RSS feed!

Stephanie said...

My holiday nightmare is that I love to shop but haaaaate to wrap. So I end up all grumpy and Scrooge-like on Christmas Eve with a ton of wrapping to do after everyone else is in bed!

Great giveaway- I am a post-it junkie and these new products sound fantastic! Thanks for the chance to win.

Stephanie said...

Tweet! http://twitter.com/stlyhu/status/6288078633

Jackie said...

I am a subscriber

Jackie said...

My holiday nightmare is cleaning the house before putting up the decorations. I know when the decorations come down, I'll have to do it all over again.

Shelly said...

figuring out how to pack all the perfect presents to take to Australia

Shelly said...

tweet http://twitter.com/phxbne/status/6314734418

Shelly said...

feed subscriber

Julie said...

Trying to decide what I am going to buy for Christmas gifts for people :)

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Julie said...

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judybrittle said...

I tweeted
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judybrittle said...

I'm a subscriber.

judybrittle said...

Right now its all those gifts I have in my room and haven't even organized them. I have 9 grandchildren to buy for and I was getting gifts all through the year and haven't even decided on who gets what. Then the thought of wrapping them. HELP! Plus of course the rest of my family to wrap gifts for. Thank you!
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Erica said...

The worst is traveling out east to see my family, fighting those long ticket counter lines, with two children. Ug, and the people are just so irritable, nothing is worse than the airport around the holidays.

Erica said...

Subscribed to feed.

Erica said...

Voted it up on Prizey.

Erica said...

Just tweeted http://twitter.com/ericalyn11

Karen said...

Getting the house clean

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Susan said...

My biggest holiday nightmare this year is having to take an unexpected trip out of town for 10 days and not getting back home until 3 days before Christmas. I'm not done with shopping and won't have a chance to do much while I am gone. I will have to do a lot of online shopping and hope the gifts all get to their destinations in time. If the weather doesn't copperate I'm going to be very stressed.

Susan said...

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Susan said...

Voted on Prizey

LindaW said...

Apart from icy roads, my holiday nightmare is trying to juggle expectations from both sides of the family, as my husband grew up in a family that did not celebrate Christmas for religious reasons (as in, it's a co-opted pagan holiday) but as none of them are in that church anymore some celebrate Christmas because their spouses want to. So it is odd not having any traditions or expectations to work with, but wanting to be "fair" to both our families.

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