I am a BIG fan of Swarovski! I couldn’t resist getting this pen. I love it.
When I purchased it, I already had a matching pair of earrings in my Swarovski collection stash.
This pen has put a stop to me loaning my pen to strangers. Everyone is just going to have to be responsible for their own writing instruments. #HandsOffMySwarovski
I’ve been using this hand salve this summer.
I recently picked up this medical terminology study guide from a discount store for a few dollars. I love it. It has a fold-out of 6 pages that organizes medical terminology words, prefixes, and suffixes in a manner that makes it easy to study.
Rulers with inches divided into tenths are not that common. However, such a tool is necessary when measuring margins for Case CATalyst settings.
Previously, when I needed to measure margins, I would use a paper ruler that as divided into the increments I needed. The paper ruler is on a page that is included in a Case CAT instruction manual I used in school. (I think the Case CAT program also came with a flexible ruler that can be used to measure margins.) However, I found a sturdier option.
The Westcott ruler I found was less than $5. It is a happily added addition to my steno gadgets and accessories.
A good mouse makes all the difference. Comfort and speed is exponentially greater when using a mouse versus using a laptop mouse pad.
House of Marley Ear Buds (Jammin’ Collection).
These earphones are awesome, especially when it comes to picking up low sounds. With these ear buds, you can play your device on a low volume and still hear your audio clearly.
Marley ear buds are made out of sapele wood, recyclable aluminum, and other “earth-friendly” materials. A portion of the proceeds is also donated to the global charity 1Love.