Overcome Organization Frustration With a Better Binder

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Whether it's at home, school or the office, becoming more organized tops everyone's priority list. You strive for it -- then life occurs, and sorting through that pile of papers on the counter generally takes a back seat to more pressing issues, like taking the kids to soccer practice, helping them study for midterms or accommodating new client deadlines. And when you finally do find the time and motivation to get organized, figuring out where to get started is another hurdle to overcome.

Avoid the Hassles
These types of avoidable frustrations are commonplace, but even the most complicated of tasks can be boiled down to the basics; there's a reason that standard paper clips, file folders, and tape dispensers have a place in every office, worldwide. Still, everything can be improved upon, for a more user-friendly experience.

Take binders, for example, a product many students and household CEOs use to stay organized. How many times have you ripped important documents while turning pages in yours? And how often are you bothered by annoyances like tattered edges, and having no easy way to insert labels into the spines? With hassles like these, you may think getting organized is just not worth the aggravation.

One new product, the Staples better binder, was developed to alleviate the headaches caused by organizational stress. While a traditional binder may only last a few months, this one is made of a durable plastic with a reinforced rubber spine and edges that can withstand whatever you or your kids can throw its way . The rubberized spine and edges also enable the binder to be bent backwards, taking up less surface space – a definite advantage when working on a small desk, kitchen counter or cluttered area.

Get Creative
With all of these improvements, the binder's uses extend beyond the traditional tasks for school or work: Consider using it as a recipe book for your favorite home-made dishes, a photo album to hold cherished family and vacation photos and a wedding planner book to keep all your contracts and checklists in order. And with six colors to choose from, there's no chance of your important documents getting lost in the fray again.

No matter how daunting the task of organizing, knowing where to find the kids' art work and school records, that priceless family recipe for key lime pie or the presentation from last year's stockholder meeting is important. Now there's one simple way to get organized and stay organized - in any situation.

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