I don't know about you, but I always find it hard to throw out old address books for fear that I might actually need that particular address or phone number. So I keep them. When I was cleaning out my kitchen drawer (which by the way is still in great order!), I pulled out these rather sorry-looking address books. I've had them for years. The covers were torn; many of the addresses inside were ancient and obsolete. In some cases, a family member or friend had moved so many times, that their name and new address appeared multiple times and without the former address being crossed out. Little slips of paper with unassigned phone numbers jotted down spilled from their pages...what a mess. I started looking for a new address book. I wanted something pretty but also very simple. User friendly. Something I could add to or delete from with ease. Something that was very portable.
Enter my new address book.
Sort of like a rolodex.
It fits all those categories I mentioned.
Simple. Pretty. Portable.
And if I need to make a change, I rip out the page and insert a new one.
I decided to print out the names and addresses onto mailing labels then affixed each one to a page. Now I just need to handwrite the phone # and email for each. Hopefully this will help me with my new project (yes yes, I mentioned doing this 'lifelong project' about 1 month ago, but got side-tracked...)
I purchased it from Beth Bee Books.