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No. 24 + 36

A couple more glimpses into my 101 in 1001 list...
24. Learn to eat with chopsticks. I'm embarrassed to admit I don't already know how — anyone else?

36. Figure out the best way to store all those business cards! What's your preferred method?

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P.S. If you've started a 101 in 1001 list of your own, please leave a link in the comments so I can check it out!

10 comments:

Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

I cant eat with chopsticks either, have tried and failed miserably! good luck :)

Erika @ ~TiptoeButterfly~ said...

i'm so-so with chopsticks - and business cards, soon as i enter them into my contacts they go bye-bye

*kiss kiss*
Erika
~Tiptoe Butterfly~

Michele said...

Hoping I can convince you to add a visit to your local library to the list! Come visit my site to see how I have beautifully balanced the media. xoxo michele

Allyson said...

Good luck with chopsticks! I haven't quite mastered that either.

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MEGMAC said...

Definitely not a pretty sight to watch me eat with chop sticks. Not sure about the business card holder, but loving the typography in the ones in your pic!

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Rachel N said...

There are lots of cute and functional business card storage binders - kind of like a little photo album to hold all your cards. I also like to write little notes on the back about how you met the person, what you learned from him/her, etc.

theglossarie.com said...

chopsticks and i don't get along either! as for biz cards, i try to manage them electronically as much as possible, but i keep them in a pretty biz card holder from tilly maison on my dresser when they're in limbo. good luck with your list!

rebecca said...

I have tried a thousand times to use chopsticks...and keep failing. And as far as business cards - let me know when you figure out a good way to store them...Currently, they're rubberbanded in my desk drawer (quite inconvenient when I need to contact someone!)

elissa :: ebb & flow said...

great items for the list! i got a little felt case with a big wooden button for my business cards. it's a good conversation piece as well since my good friend got it while in california

Julip Made said...

I'm still working on a stylish way to store business cards because a rolodex is wayyy too 80's (the bad kind). I didn't start a 101 in 1001, but I did start a 25 before 25 here http://julipmade.blogspot.com/2011/06/25-before-25.html.