With the school kids and the college students headed back to the classroom, there’s no better time than now to get organized. The lists are all out at your local super store … but it’s in some of the smaller, locally owned shops that you’ll find some more trendy alternatives. While loose-leaf notebook paper and Kleenex may be on the required list, new desk accessories, a colorful set of pens or a daily planner may be just what you need to get your creative juices flowing (in an orderly fashion). Supplies like these are not only useful, but stylish, as well.
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The Pink Orange clear pencil cup, $18, with Rifle Paper Co. pencils, $14, from Occasions, Norman; // Poppin tape dispenser, $12, with Washi tape, $3.35, Poppin stapler, $14, from PostScript // The Happy Planner magnetic clips, $4.99, from PostScript // My Amazing Day organizing pad, $30, from Occasions // Kate Spade large floral spiral notebook, $18, from Occasions
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Poppin “Bits and Bobs” mint tray, $5 – containing The Happy Planner binder clips, $4.99, Be Your Best #Selfie button, $1, and Poppin push pins, $5 for package of 100, from PostScript, Norman // Chop and Change research log book and pencil, $22, from Occasions // The Happy Planner pencil pouch, $4.99, from PostScript // Hook Line & Sinker notebook and pencil, $22, from Occasions