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I really, really wish I had something interesting to report. It’s pretty much business-as-usual around here. It’s definitely busier than normal, hence my lack of posts, but nothing out of the ordinary. (Perhaps I should start making up stuff?) On a good note, my husband replaced the laminate flooring in my work kitchen that I lost in the flood. It looks so much better! It’s funny how something like covering a concrete floor with fake wood can change the feeling of a room.

Since I don’t have much to discuss today, I’ll get right to this weeks tip.

Tip #3 – It always amazes me how many people don’t know about this, because it’s an invaluable resource! You can get some really fantastic templates at the Microsoft Office website.

Brochures, Budgets, Business cards, Calendars, Content slides, Contracts, Databases, Design slides, Diagrams, Envelopes, Expense reports, Faxes, Flyers, Forms, Gift certificates, Greeting cards, Inventories, Invitations, Invoices, Labels, Letters, Lists, Memos, Minutes, Newsletters, Plans, Planners, Postcards, Presentations, Purchase orders, Receipts, Reports, Resumes, Schedules, Statements, Stationery, Time sheets, and more!

You can also get some great clip art on their site. Check it out!

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