Michelle writes about how she was our biggest skeptic and is now one of our biggest fans. She didn’t expect she’d like the Purse Perfector and in fact left it sitting around for a few months after we gave her one to try out.
She gives it to you straight up (as her blog title indicates), explaining how she initially didn’t see the need for a purse organizer. Now she’s taking the Purse Perfector out of her purse to show it off to her friends! (We’re awfully glad she came around.)
The Honest & Truly Purse Perfector giveaway runs now through October 11.Enter to win one for yourself, or if you already have one, Purse Perfectors make ideal gifts!
We’re always interested to hear what our customers think once they’ve taken their Purse Perfectors for a spin. In the case of bloggers, they happen to be a lot more public–and vocal–about their experience.
Most recently, two bloggers talked about how the Purse Perfector worked for them. Here’s what they said:
Stacey Nerdin: Tree, Root, and Twig
I have absolutely loved my Purse Perfector and use it in my purse every day. I love how it keeps things so organized, but doesn’t take up too much room in my purse. I still have plenty of space around the product to store books, sippy cups, snacks, or whatever needs to be thrown into a busy mom’s purse! And even though I have the smaller of the two available sizes, I still have plenty of room for more items if needed.
Read more of Stacey’s review of her Purse Perfector at Tree, Root, and Twig.
Shell: Things I Can’t Say
I’ve actually been able to keep my purse organized in the month that I have been using the Purse Perfector. Something else I love about it is that I can take it out, put it into a different purse, and have everything I need.
I have a spot for my driver’s license, credit cards, gift cards, checkbook, coupons, insurance cards, business cards, receipts, pens, and lip gloss. There’s even room for my phone and my small point and shoot camera.
We had the good fortune to meet writer Patti Digh at the Type-A Parent blogging conference in Asheville, NC, where she was a keynote speaker and also signed copies of her latest book, Life Is a Verb. Patti expressed interest in trying a Purse Perfector to tame her messy handbag, and she was genuinely thrilled with the results. Take a look at Patti’s “on the spot” video review of her Purse Perfector:
And the feeling is mutual, Patti! We were just as taken with her book, which is both beautifully written and designed as a guide to “37 Days to Wake Up, Be Mindful, and Live Intentionally.” If you’re not familiar with Patti’s work, you should visit her blog, 37days, where she explores finding meaning in the small things of life–and of living like you’re dying. Well worth reading, and revisiting.
And we’re packing up a whole lotta Purse Perfectors to take with us to the Type-A Parent Conference 2011 in beautiful Asheville, NC. As a conference sponsor and attendees, we’re looking forward to meeting lots of fabulous parent bloggers while we’re there. All those busy laptop- and iPhone-toting moms will have the opportunity to organize their purses and bags for work, travel, parenting–anything. We can’t wait to equip them with Purse Perfectors!
Look for our tweets and Facebook updates throughout the conference (we’ll be there Wednesday through Sunday). You can follow along on Twitter with the hashtag #typeacon.