Introducing the TABi – And You Can Win One!

Today I am introducing the TABi, a new stationery product.

The TABi is unlike anything I have seen before, so I wanted to share it with you, stationery-loving people! It is a paper organiser using index tabs to allow you to locate your notes and ideas.

TABi organiser

Rather than having to flick back through pages and pages in order to locate specific notes or thoughts, TABi lets you write an index tab for EVERY page so you can instantly find your notes, making it easier to stay task focused and in control.

Opening up the soft-touch black cover reveals plenty of pages, all with tabs so that they can be easily located. The cover feels flexible without being flimsy and the paper inside is narrow-lined and spiral-bound.

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TABis are available in both A4 and A5 sizes, with 162 and 144 pages in them respectively.

I do like the idea of these. So very practical, and I know that I always think better on paper, so being able to scribble away and then effectively file those notes by using the tabs at the sides and bottom to label them is great.

I plan to use mine for this blog, as it will allow me to capture thoughts for new posts, notes on tasks that need completing, updates on projects I’m working on, and much more besides, and it will all be organised very efficiently so that I can find everything right away.

You can find out more about TABi here.  I do have a 20% off discount code, just quote READING20 to bag your first TABi!

Competition Time

To be in with a chance of winning a TABi, enter the competition using the rafflecopter below. The competition is open worldwide, to entrants over 18, and closes at 12am 17th August 2018. Good luck!

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What do you think of the TABi?

Disclosure: I received TABis FOC for the purposes of this post

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134 thoughts on “Introducing the TABi – And You Can Win One!”

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    What an interesting idea. I think i’d use one as weight loss journal as I like to write down my progress, thoughts, meal plans, recipes, recommendations, inspirational quotes, and lots more. I get in such a muddle!

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    The Tabi Organiser looks brilliant! no more lost notes written down in a hurry on scraps of paper which are then lost

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    what a brilliant way to keep organised, I think I need a Tabi in my life. It would be great for keeping track of appointments, medication and treatments. Probably a lot easier than all my notes in a shoe box!

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    This looks like a great new notebook. I can imagine a lot of fun using colour-coding for different categories. Very practical for those who want to get organised!

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    Think it is brilliant, i have a notebook with all my bits in and i am constantly going through it, trying to find things, then the pages go naff, so i have to buy a new one, this would last me ages, because of the tabs, just go to where i want

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    These look great with the different sections. Would be perfect for my daughter who is starting Uni in Sept

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    I love the look of this notebook! Will help me keep track of who I’ve spoken to in my team at work and what tasks I’ve set myself and them.

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    melanie stirling

    This looks perfect for me.I have to make notes about everything so it would be so useful to be able to locate things easily.

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    I think it’s really cool, I like unique new ways of organising and writing notes down, it helps me get my brain into gear.

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    cheryl hadfield

    I think its a great idea and would be perfect for use as a daily journal, bullet list and my meal plans

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    This is an interesting concept. I would like the chance to try it out and see if it’s as helpful as it looks!

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    Oooh, now that looks like something I could make use of. My current system of several notebooks and scraps of paper just isnt doing it for me any more :o)

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    I love organisers. I would use it to organise our extended family Christmas and my volunteering and fundraising

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    Nikki Hunter-Pike

    I love this! i have notes written in completly random places in my note books and it takes me ages to find what I’m looking for!

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    As someone who is (“desperately” according my wife though I prefer creatively) unorganised I would welcome giving this a try. Those APPS I keep trying just don’t work for me.

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    It looks like a great way to get your notes organised, with my job I have to scribble notes down quickly, they end up on loose bits of paper or on a notepad, then I end up trying to find the note i written down. This would organise me a lot better.

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    What a fab idea. I am a list girl and i have several notebooks each with different types of lists and notes in. I constantly have to scroll through to find notes Ive made so this would be so much easier and a great way to become more organised. Love it!

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    Oh my goodness, this looks and sounds awesome! Such a great idea! I think this would be perfect for my side business and also school for nursing, lectures, meetings, work tasks- SO much!

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    Looks fantastic be great for getting all my many to do lists in order, currently trying to get organised as having a big life transition so decluttering (downsizing) and also just returned to studying. So a book that’s easy to access all the essential info would be great

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    They sound like a great idea. My daughter has just graduated from uni and is off traveling for a year in November. She is constantly jotting things / dates down on bits of paper etc. This would make the perfect travel companion!

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    What a great idea, it looks rather difficult though, but I’d love to give it a try. It might just tidy up my messy brain, which tries to remember too much!

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