Information Central Mousepad
Not a proper mousepad
I got this both for the list and because it was advertised as a mousepad, however, the lines mess with my laser mouse and it moves haphazardly on the screen when I try to use it. Now, what was supposed to be an efficient and space-saving device is no different than any other to-do list taking up space on my desk.
The list itself is wonderful, but it should not be advertised as a mousepad. Perhaps anyone still using a rollerball mouse would have better luck.
January 15, 2015
Simple yet effective tool
Simple way to make lists of your required tasks so that it's easy to follow-up on yourself actually completing them. As a mother of five active kids, I use this frequently away from the computer to help keep track of what I need to communicate to teachers, scout parents, coaches, stores, etc. because I'm a very visual person who is helped by segmented lists more than mile-long lists. This is the BEST form I've ever used to make my lists on. For calendars, I prefer paper agendas broken down by the hour, but this specific task form helps me get the jobs done on my calendar because I have room to detail them here. Too, this form is simple to tear off and take out with me (or leave on the super firm back--it's hard like a clipboard). Also, the paper is a nice strong quality and a major step-up from the usual cheap stuff on the market. I like this effective tool as it's worth its weight in gold.
December 27, 2013
Gone Are All The Little Sticky Notes!
I love this mouse pad! I no longer have a thousand little sticky notes cluttering up my desk. I'm able to easily retrieve all my teleconference notes, my to-do lists & my call log right under my mouse. I feel so much more organized just by using it.
February 19, 2013