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Taking Care of Business Mouse Pad

A Mouse Pad and Weekly To-Do List in One

I've admitted that sometimes I prefer low tech to high tech and prefer to keep written lists instead of digital ones so this product is right up my alley.

The Taking Care of Business mouse pad ($12) is a weekly calendar (the first page starts in January 2010) with space to write your to-do list in sections labeled "high priority" to "errands" and check boxes to keep track of progress. Each Monday, you get to start a fresh week with a new sheet!

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Paromita Paromita 7 years
I like the idea. Its practical, if you work on computers mostly and use a mouse.
PinkNC PinkNC 7 years
I like it.
Miss-Tina Miss-Tina 7 years
I do not usually use a mouse pad, but I would if I had this!!! I do agree with dimotwar2 that if it was reusable it would be nice, but would a dry erase mouse pad really work?
lovesickblues111 lovesickblues111 7 years
Adorable! but not very practical....
Antaura Antaura 7 years
It's a nifty idea but I'd never use it. I have a 22" x 17" desk calendar that suits me just fine. :)
diornotwar2 diornotwar2 7 years
this is cool....but....would be cooler if it were dry-erase or some other reusable source so that there wouldnt be the paper waste!
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