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I'm swooning over the new Brother P-touch Cube

17 August 2017 | Comments [0] »

I’m delighted to report that Brother has upped its label maker game and created the Brother PT-P300BT aka the Brother P-Touch Cube and it’s a game changer. The Cube is a bluetooth enabled label printer that uses a smartphone app to actually type and design the labels. You download the P-touch Design&Print app and use it to create your labels. (The app is available for Apple and Android phones.) Your phone communicates with the printer wirelessly via bluetooth. And it works like a charm.

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Choosing a label maker

6 April 2015 | Comments [4] »

Labels are an important step in the organizing process. They help you establish a place for everything. They help you identify categories. They help you remember.

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Labels in the refrigerator?

30 March 2015 | Comments [3] »

I love labels and I talk about their value all the time. Recently, I wrote on Organize Your Family History that when I see a failed organizing system in a client’s home, I almost always notice the absence of labels.

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Worth repeating: Don't forget labels!

15 May 2013 | Comments [3] »

Almost a year ago, I wrote this post on the importance of labels. I just read it again and think it’s a message worth repeating. Plus, the photo always makes me smile!

Labels are really important. When I work with clients to set up organizing systems, I suggest labeling as much as humanly possible. This helps the client—and the client’s family—not only find things, but them away in the proper place. That really helps in forming the habit of putting things away in a new place.

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Don't forget labels

21 May 2012 | Comments [1] »

Labels are really important. When I work with clients to set up organizing systems, I suggest labeling as much as humanly possible. This helps the client—and the client’s family—not only find things, but them away in the proper place. That really helps in forming the habit of putting things away in a new place.

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