DYMO LabelManager 160 {REV!EW and G!VEAWAY}

To walk into my house, you might never realize that I love to be organized, but it’s true! I’m an organizaholic! I love to re-organize (just ask my husband), organize and re-organize some more!

One way to help me keep organized is to label things. I love to label. This way, when I do re-organize, my family can at least try to keep up with me and know where things belong!

Having print around the house also helps my children to be surrounded by letters and words which is crucial in their literacy developement!

This month, the DYMO Label Manager 160 has helped me to organize my daughter’s room.

We labelled all of the MANY containers of writing utensils on her table.

The labeller was super easy to use and I love how natural the keyboard feels! This label maker is slim in design, making it simple to hold and type “texting style” with your two thumbs. The cartridges are very easy to install and it didn’t take me very long at all to figure out how to create and print labels.

DYMO LabelManager 160 Features:

  • Type text easily on the computer-style keyboard with country-specific layout
  • Format fast with one-touch Smart Keys for text size, bold, italic, underline/box and vertical text
  • See what your label will look like before you print – preview in the large LCD display
  • Choose from 6 font sizes, 8 text styles, 4 boxes plus underline
  • Add professional impact and clarity to your labels with 228 symbols and clip art images; use quick-access key to enter punctuation
  • Powered by 6 AAA alkaline batteries (not included) or optional AC adapter

Would you like the opportunity to win a DYMO LabelManager 160 for yourself? Enter below…
Open to Canadian Residents Only. Closes on June 25th, 2012 at 12:01 AM.
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27 Responses to DYMO LabelManager 160 {REV!EW and G!VEAWAY}

  1. The Zoo says:

    I don’t really, that’s why I need this label maker…

    I try to make sure that everything is picked up off the floor and “tidy” before bed.

    Then the kids can do it all over again…

    Thanks for making this open to Canadians.
    journeysofthezoo at hotmail dot com

  2. Olivia L says:

    I try to keep it up with a few minutes several times a day so it doesn’t get overwhelming.

  3. InezbyDesign says:

    Gosh I have been have a tough time of keeping organized since going back to work. One thing I like to do is find a “home” for everything so when I do see it…take it home!

  4. Glogirl says:

    I keep organized by putting items away in their proper place after use. If every item has a storage place it’s so much easier to stay organized!

  5. Baskets! I try to use them everywhere to gather things that should be kept together

  6. Plastic storage containers from IKEA – they are see through so I can see what is in them.

  7. ginette4 says:

    I stay organised by putting things back where they belong so I don’t have to search for anything

  8. lelalacc says:

    using storage bins and donating things that are not used

    entering in rafflecopter as jen s.

  9. Sweet Panda says:

    I have lots of shelves and clear storage box at home to put different things in to make my home look more organize

  10. Sherry says:

    I am a work in progress. I am trying to get there one drawer at a time and this labelmaker would help. I guess my only tip would be just start with one drawer and don’t give up.

  11. Sue2Sueper says:

    I try to keep organized by picking up every day prior to bedtime.

  12. D.Calvert says:

    Everything that can be in alpha order is like movies, books etc. Also put everything back in place and use plastic bins from the dollar store to store candles, envelopes and all the things that usually goes in a junk drawer. Just a few small things you can do.

  13. Belinda M says:

    I always make sure to spend 10 min every day picking everything up and putting it where it needs to go. This way things do not pile up


    belinda mcnabb

  14. Debbie says:

    I like using stackable storage containers.

  15. tobyhir says:

    Easy…we abide by the rule that everything has it’s place…

  16. Tina L. says:

    I use plastic storage containers.

    tinalee351 at gmail dot com

  17. Jennifer says:

    definitely use lots of baskets. They help to corral the clutter.

  18. I don’t have an organized house. I try to keep it clean but by the time I clean it my hubby messes it up! 🙂

  19. renee says:

    I have all kinds of bins and baskets and everything gets put back where it is supposed to go.

  20. flowerchild says:

    I use baskets and storage bins

  21. Christella says:

    I keep up with it by making my husband do the laundry! Hahaha

  22. Katy Emanuel says:

    I keep things organized by using a lot of bins

  23. 409cope says:

    I have a letter rack for mail that gets cleaned out weekly.cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

  24. Tooth Fairy says:

    I like to label at the workplace…at home I keep organized with bins and plastic storage containers.
    ladybugcda (AT) hotmail (dot) com

  25. Jonnie (JB) says:

    I am not a very good organizer. I have a good memory so I usually know where things are but nobody else would have any clue where to find anything. A labeller would be a big help!

  26. marlibu says:

    Lots of shelves 🙂

  27. el03ro says:

    June 24- I try to keep things picked up and put away in most of my home. I do have an all-purpose room that I allow to be somewhat disorganized. This room is my office, sewing room, yarn room, ironing room and library. I do try to keep it somewhat tidy. -el03ro

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