Review of Post-it Bulletin/Dry Erase Board

Even if you're not an office supply geek like myself, chances are you probably have still heard of the name Post-it. For over 35 years, the Post-it brand has helped people be more productive, communicate better, and express themselves in a number of creative ways. While Post-it started with Canary Yellow Post-it Notes, the line now includes other products such as easel pads, writing tools, bulletin boards, and much more. recently gave me the opportunity to review a Post-it Bulletin/Dry Erase Board.

This Post-it Bulletin/Dry Erase Board is the ultimate communication center. It measures 22 x 18 inches and I was able to quickly and easily mount it on my office wall with the included Command Adhesive. This 2-in-1 combination message and display board features both a dry erase surface and a long-lasting adhesive surface. You can write on the dry erase surface with the included dry erase marker and then simply wipe it off when the message is no longer needed. The adhesive surface features a marble pattern and this surface allows you to post documents without having to use pins, tacks, or tape. The adhesive is very strong and keeps documents in place well. This board also comes with a clip to hold your dry eraser marker, which was very easy to attach to the board. This Post-it Bulletin/Dry Erase Board is definitely a welcomed addition to my office.

You can get this and other Post-it products at, as well as an assortment of cleaning suppliesmedical suppliesoffice supplies, office furniture, and everything in between for your home and business needs. 

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**Disclosure: I received a sample of the above product from as a member of the Shoplet Product Review Program in order to perform this review. However, no other compensation was received. I was not influenced in any way and all opinions expressed are my own.**

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MotoChic Offers Bags For Today's Multi-Tasking Woman

Today's woman is constantly on the go and multi-tasks to have it all, career, family, friends, and fun. I am today's woman with two jobs and a family and I like to let loose on my downtime and have a little fun. MotoChic combines innovative design with high performance materials to create safe and stylish accessories and apparel for woman with active lifestyles so they don't have to choose between fashion and function. Initially inspired by the lack of options for women who ride motorcycles, MotoChic's target market is now "Stylish Women on the Move" and encompasses professional woman, super moms, athleisure/fitness fans, and world travelers.

A typical day for me starts at 3:55 a.m. and after working 10+ hours, doing laundry, cleaning house, cooking dinner, doing dishes, and tending to whatever else needs to be done, all I want to do is relax and have a little fun. When the weather is nice, one of my favorite ways to relax and have fun is riding on the back of my boyfriend's motorcycle. It's an amazing feeling to feel both the warm sun and cool wind against your skin at the same time while taking in all the sights and sounds around you, whether we're riding through town or on a back road.

The MotoChic Lauren and Valerie bags were designed after researching what women on the move want and need:  functional gear that fits well and exemplifies their active lifestyles and personalities. 

The Lauren bag is lightweight and quickly and easily converts from a backpack to a tote bag with many safety and convenience features, so it would be great whether I'm commuting to and from the office, getting away for the weekend, or taking an evening motorcycle ride with my man. Interior features include a spacious main compartment with three open pockets and a full length zippered pocket. I love to keep organized whether I'm at the office, home, or on the go so I love that the Lauren bag also includes two exterior side pockets and multiple organizer pockets with key clip for easy access to my personal items. Its leather side closures reduce wind resistance when in backpack mode. It also features large reflective panels on the back for nighttime visibility. The Lauren bag:  Sport includes a built-in LED light with switch for interior visibility, perfect for late night rides. You can rest assured that this versatile bag will be protected through wind, dust, rain, and high speed.  

The Valerie bag is made of lightweight durable polyester and makes a great companion piece with the Lauren. This stylish and versatile bag includes adjustable leather and nylon straps and it can be worn in five different ways, cross body, hand, shoulder, waist, or around the wrist. It can also be attached to the key clip of the Lauren bag. It features six card slots and an interior zip pocket, making it great for me to carry smaller but essential things when on the motorcycle, such as my identification, insurance information, credit/debit cards, and some cash, as well as my cell phone, ear plugs, and/or chap stick. I'd definitely wear this as a cross body the most but love that I could wear it four other ways if I wanted to.

In addition to these two great bags, MotoChic also offers antimicrobial t-shirts, keychains, a mobile phone lanyard, and performance socks, all able to keep up with the busy lifestyle of the professional, world traveling, or multi-tasking woman. When Precisely Mine readers shop at MotoChic and apply the promo code ANGIESUE43 at checkout, they'll receive 10% off of their purchase. You can check out all MotoChic has to offer here:

Which bag is your favorite, the Lauren or the Valerie? And how would you use them?

Recipe: Taco Pasta


  • 16 ounce box of rotini pasta 
  • 1-1/2 pounds of ground beef
  • Two packages of taco seasoning 
  • 24 ounce bottle of ranch dressing 
  • Chopped onion 
  • Small can of black olives
  • 2 to 2-1/2 cups of shredded taco/Mexican cheese
  • Taco sauce (optional)
Note:  You can modify this recipe to fit the needs of your family by adding peppers, salsa, rice, and/or black beans to the recipe. 

  1. Brown ground beef and desired amount of chopped onions, drain grease, and add the two packages of taco seasoning. 
  2. While ground beef is browning, cook rotini pasta according to package directions and drain water.
  3. In a 13 x 9 casserole dish, add pasta and mix in beef. 
  4. Stir in bottle of ranch dressing and mix well. 
  5. Top with black olives and shredded cheese. 
  6. Bake at 350 degrees for approximately 30 minutes. 
  7. If desired, top with taco sauce and enjoy. 

Eat Smart Has the Salads You Have to Try

While recently browsing the refrigerated produce section at my local Kroger, I came across something called Salad Shake Ups from the Eat Smart brand. Salad Shake Ups are delicious superfoods in a convenient mix and eat bowl. Salad Shake Ups feature a unique lockable lid for easy mixing, as well as a fork, making them convenient to enjoy on the go. They are available in three flavors, Avocado Ranch, Raspberry Acai, and Tropical Lime. They contain no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives. They are a little pricey in my opinion but I buy them when I catch them on sale. So far, I've tried the Avocado Ranch and Tropical Lime, and have loved them much in fact that I wanted to tell you about them. 

The Avocado Ranch Salad Shake Up contains red cabbage, Savoy cabbage, shredded cauliflower stalk, curly kale, shredded carrots, shredded cheddar cheese, roasted sunflower seed kernels, crispy onions, dried currants, freeze dried corn, naturally flavored bacon bean flakes, and a creamy avocado ranch dressing. The Tropical Lime Salad Shake Up contains green cabbage, broccoli stalk, Napa cabbage, curly kale, Italian kale, dried pineapple, dried mango, dried papaya, white sesame seeds, golden flax seeds, roasted red quinoa, thin crunch noodles, and a creamy coconut lime chili dressing. It's also vegetarian and dairy free. The Raspberry Acai Shake Up, which I haven't tried yet, contains shredded broccoli stalk, green cabbage, curly kale, radicchio, dried cranberries, sliced toasted almonds, dried blueberries, hemp seeds, flax seeds, chia seeds, and a raspberry açaí dressing and it's gluten free and vegetarian.  

These Eat Smart Salad Shake Ups are absolutely, positively amazing. Every single ingredient is tasty and healthy and I love how they complement each other, giving you multiple different flavors and textures in each bite. I like how the toppings come in separate packages so if you are someone who cannot have seeds for medical reasons, you don't have to add them. An included fork makes these convenient to eat even on the go. I do wish a little more dressing was included. 

The best part about this brand is that they are committed to sustainable business practices, food sustainability, environmental sustainability, and social sustainability. If that wasn't enough, Eat Smart also gives back. They donate food to local food banks and volunteer their time to non-profit community organizations, as well as support local initiatives that promote healthy eating for children. 

Have you tried anything from the Eat Smart brand and what did you think? What should I try next?

Eat Smart products can be found in the refrigerated produce section of local grocery stores or in club stores within the U.S. and Canada. They even deliver to certain areas. To find out more about the Eat Smart brand, you can check them out on their website and social medial channels below.


Disclosure:  I was not asked by the Eat Smart brand to post about their products or company. I bought them at the store, tried them, loved them, and wanted to share my thoughts.