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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Works For Me: Book Tabs


Here’s a little tip that works for me--- whenever there is a part of a book I refer to often, whether it be a recipe, a tip or just an inspirational passage, I like to mark it with one of those clear stick on tabs (the kind you can slip a label into). Here you can see the tabs I’ve added to my Tightwad Gazette. Also handy for marking holiday recipes! Post-its and flags work, but they tend to come off and get bent up. The tabs serve as a permanent place holder for me, and if one of the kiddos helpfully closes the book when I’m not looking, it’s easy to find my page again.


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