Without the tireless work of administrative professionals, the offices would certainly fall apart. This holiday, which used to be called the Secretaries' Day, shows thanks for the great contributions. It falls on Wednesday of the last week from April to April 24 of this year, so there is still time to choose a thoughtful gift for the people in your office who make life easier for everyone.
Pulling loose tea is much more fun if you can create a crypt view right in your cup. This dishwasher safe, silicone tea strainer looks just like a Loch Ness Baby Monster that stores tea leaves in its stomach
With this shelf display, a good pen will always be close by hand. The resin knight statuette comes with its own refillable black ink stick and works as a nice reminder that the pen is more powerful than the sword.
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the Gift of Hydration: These 17-ounce bottles are great for carrying water, coffee or tea. The insulation will keep drinks cold for 24 hours or hot for 12 hours, and its leak-proof closure makes it a clutter-free travel companion
Morning showers can be much more laden with soap bars charged with caffeine. The peppermint-scented soap is infused with caffeine, which can be absorbed through the skin (at about 200 milligrams per wash) to give a little pre-latte jerk before work
Downtime in the office can now mean a visit from a friendly unicorn. The five-piece set comes with four hooves feet and a unicorn head that fits neatly over most fingers
It's just like the computer game, but in real life! This card game by Areaware uses the original artwork of Susan Kare from the Windows 3.0 Solitaire game. Kare even joker cards specifically for the physical series of cards
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Note takings is about going to old school with these cute, retro style pens. The five click-top pens are available in muted colors that would astonish every employee of the 60s.
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7-inch Digital Photo Frame in Poloroid; $ 36
This digital photo frame allows the user to upload photo file from a memory card or flash drive and put them into automated slideshow so they can fit more pictures of their loved ones and pets on their desktops at work without actually having to hamper their knowledge, space for work.
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At first glance, this is just a sheep with a nice woolen coat. In fact, this sheep is covered with white pins that can be easily removed and replaced. The clever pen holder is for any pet lover with a constant need for thumbtacks
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Here is another helpful animal office product: A cat who dispenses sticky notes. The whiskered cat comes with a set of post-it's and can be refilled with any 3 by 3 inch notepads
This charming little note dispenser spits out words and advocates. Each note focuses on self-care and points to one thing that the reader can do to slow down and enjoy each and every day. This astrological notebook has a nice matte cover and an elastic band to close it. The notebook comes with 256 lined pages for much thought about the cosmos, extraterrestrials or conference call numbers
Note: This notebook is out of print at the moment, but this notebook bag from paper supply is a good (and cheap!) Replacement.
For the staff, who just can not seem to keep a desktop plant alive, these cactus-shaped candle lights are almost too nice. Each box comes with six candles in three different styles
Pouring hot liquid into this mug is a lot like turning on an arcade game. As the cup heats up, a Pac-Man game emerges of Cherries, Ghost and All
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This helpful chart recommends 100 different classic books until 1605. Each book is illustrated and covered with a gold foil design that proud readers can scrape off track or show to keep off-how many folios they have tackled
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To pay a version of this article first ran in 2017 It has been updated to reflect the current availability.