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Why bruise your palms when you can slide sheets of paper into the welcome jaws of an electric stapler? This desktop model – good for home, not heavy, use – can staple 20 sheets at once, and holds a full strip of standard staples. A light goes on to alert you when the staple supply is low. Comes in putty or black. This stapler is a little noisy. If that bothers you, quieter models are available. Look for money back guarantees, or order from companies that will accept returns if you are unhappy with a product.
What gets connected sometimes needs to disconnect, but instead of straining small hand muscles with pincer-type removers, with the Staples Flat Staple Remover, you simply push the staple out - minimizing the risk of tearing the paper. One end is magnetic, too, so it can pick up dropped staples.
This sleekly covered razor opens letters much better than the knife-styles; you slip the tip of the blue case beneath the letter (carefully, please, so you don’t get the contents, too) and then just slide. Razors don’t stay sharp forever, but at such a low price, it’s easy to replace them.
Fiskars Softouch Scissors will cut through just about anything: paper and light cardboard, string, credit cards and fabric. The stainless-steel blades hardened for a sharp, long-lasting edge, but the best part is they are spring-loaded, so you don’t have to open your hand after you cut, it happens automatically. You will want two pair: one for the desk and one for your kitchen.
Not only will you save your neck and shoulders with Levenger Editor’s Desk – you’ll feel like composing a masterpiece. The inclined work surface brings reading and writing material to a more natural angle, and the back book prop holds reference books so you can read hands-free. Levenger boasts that the design is so solid; it’s good for at least a century. A must for people who edit by hand.
Doctors tell you not to read in bed to avoid neck strain, but this ingenious reading table allows for comfortable reading or writing in your bed – or favorite chair, desk. The reading surface pivots to the perfect angle, and a beverage holder provides a flat surface for your coffee or tea. Height adjustable, with casters that easily roll over carpeting and wood floors. Assembly required.
If you’ve ever struggled to keep a heavy book open, you’ll appreciate the ingenious leather book strap, which spans the spine of the book, and holds pages down with weights on either side. The felt bottom protects pages and at a hefty 10½ ounces, it can double as a paper weight. You can have the bookweight monogrammed or even customized with your logo.
This handy stand has a clip for holding copy, and a clear ruler to help you keep your place. It swivels and tilts, but does not adjust upward, so place the stand on a platform to keep it level with your screen if you’re tall.
You can turn a flat-bottomed chair into one that supports the natural S-curve of your back with this simple foam wedge. Upholstered in black velveteen, with a carrying handle, you will want to take this to ball games, concerts, or any place with flat uncomfortable seating. Note: this won’t help your office chair if it has a bucket seat.
What a joy to have your book, manuscript, or magazine held up so you don’t strain your neck looking down to read. This attractive lucite stand folds up to stow neatly when you don’t need it. Holds 3" books. Available in two widths: 11” OR 24". P.S. Get one for the kitchen, too!
Deborah Quilter is great at bringing gentleness into your life - I love the Editor's Desk when traveling and the multifunctional Reading Table so I can stand and work sometimes as well
I never thought about how much I hated regular staplers until I got this electric one - I really like it!
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