The Joyful Organizer’s SwaggerTag ID Tag Mention: Travel Product Roundup!
Back in June, Bonnie from The Joyful Organizer accepted some SwaggerTag ID Tag samples—just to dip her toe in the SwaggerTag water. After all: they’re perfect for her organization-adoration. Lucky for us, she posted SwaggerTag as one of the most essential travel items for the summer travel months in her June 19, 2014 roundup. Which means: we’re just as important Toothpaste 2 Go and IceBox Water. Pretty cool, no?
Bonnie has traveled a good deal, and she knows the importance of labeling your gear. She mentions the ease with which she could utilize the SwaggerTag and move it from place to place on her piece of luggage with all three included sturdy ties. She loves the durability, the colors, and the low price, as well. (Check out the rest of the travel product list to know the essential standbys for your next excursion!)
Here’s what Bonne said in her “Travel Product Roundup” blog post: “Never leave home without your gear and luggage labeled. SwaggerTags helps with that! The SwaggerTag comes in lots of colors. It attaches via sturdy ties (each tag coms with 3 so you can move it from place to place). Your personalized photo is what people see on the outside. The inside of the tag holds your personal information. It’s easily opened and keeps your luggage safely labeled with your information, just in case it loses you 🙂
She then goes on with: “These are also great for kid’s sports gear, backpacks or company bags. At just $3.99 a piece, they are a great deal. It’s durable too!”
Bonnie Joy Dewkett, the face and voice behind The Joyful Organizer, is an undeniable expert in organization. She creates organizational systems for both the home and the office (therefore becoming the best friend of harried women everywhere). She has quite a background, as well. She worked with special education students in beautiful, coastal Maine; when she moved to Connecticut, she wrote everything she learned into a book called The Joyful Organizer’s Guide to a Joyful Move to help other people relieve their high stress mid-move-panic. She even has a radio show, delivering intricate advice and stunning personality across the air. She’s been mentioned in Good Housekeeping, Better Homes and Gardens, and The Huffington Post, just to name a few. She’s someone who moves mountains in peoples’ unorganized lives. She boosts time-management; she teaches you to teach children better organization strategies. Her mission is direct. She’s simply trying to make a better world!