Back-to-school time means new pencils, paper and supplies. It also means new looks and new attitudes. It's a fresh start, so being prepared is essential.
Accessories aren't limited to jewelry and scarves. Fashion isn't limited just to clothing. You can easily accessorize with organizers, backpacks and even notebooks. Don't hide the fact you've got brains! Let your geek chic shine.
Write it down:
Even in the tech age, it's sometimes better to write things down. No back-to-school buy is complete without a Moleskine notebook.
From blank books to 18-month planners, Moleskines are sleek and chic, yet reasonably priced. Grab one for each subject. Their catalog is extensive and they offer paper goods for almost everyone – from wine journals to watercolor notebooks to stationary.
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Have fun styling with this week's Paper Dolls.
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The Round Rock-based computer giant, Dell Inc., is offering some workers voluntary buyouts as it seeks to trim costs and boost productivity.