Filling the Briefcase

Today I received my highly anticipated Levenger Shirt Pocket Briefcase in the mail. What a glorious way to brighten up a Monday! It is even more beautiful than I had imagined.

Levenger also sent me a sample of their notecards. I've always thought "card stock is card stock", but these are quite nice. However, the drivel I etch on them won't justify the extra expense of purchasing a pack.

I do have a question for fellow pocket briefcase users, however. How do you use yours? With three pockets to fill, my mind is racing with the possibilities.

"A pen and calendar must never meet".
--C. Bowley

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Me, too

I managed to snag one of the discontinued Ballistic Nylon Shirt Pocket Briefcases. I have some ideas how I might use it, but I'd like to hear from others.

As I experiment, I will share my findings.

"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

A Use for Each Pocket

After just a few hours of owning my pocket briefcase, I've already found it highly useful. Within the front side card holder I have a ruled Levenger notecard (one of the free samples) upon which I wrote out several "to do" items. In the first pocket I have a small stack of various hipster cards, i.e. To Do, Agenda, Project, and some blank cards too. The middle "receipt pocket", strangely enough, works well for......receipts. The back pocket is the "in box" for cards I've written on. In other words, I think I'm using my pocket briefcase the way in which it was intended.

Downside of Shirt Pocket Briefcase

Its been a couple of months since I bought my Levenger Shirt Pocket Briefcase, and I must say that I really like it except for one major downside. During the cold winter months I typically wear non-pocketed shirts, and thus, don't carry it. So, it will wait on the sidelines until spring.



Or you could send it down south a ways for me to watch ;P
my artwork

Let me...

...think about it. No. The weather forecast is for warmer temperatures this week.