I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Fellowes Brands. I received a product sample to facilitate my review as well as a promotional item to thank me for my participation.
As you know, we moved across the country about six months ago. Wow I can’t believe that much time has gone by as I count the months on my fingers. Please don’t come over and see the progress I’ve made. There is still too much clutter everywhere!
And I feel like we are getting even more mail if that is possible! Stuff still being forwarded from our old address, plus all the new mail from living in this city. What do you do with it all? My junk mail is immediately going into a paper bag that sits in my kitchen pantry. I will not toss it into the recycle bin until I have a few minutes to shred!
Protect yourself from identity theft by using a Fellowes M-12C Shredder with cross-cut blades to chop papers into very fine pieces. It can take up to 12 sheets at a time and even shred staples, paper clips, and credit cards. It’s very slick!
Oh yes, it is one of the boys favorite jobs, so be sure to get the kids involved. The shredder has SafeSense Technology which automatically disables if a finger were to touch the paper opening. They seriously fight over who gets to shred more.
Don’t know what to get your best friend or family member for a housewarming gift? I totally think a shredder is a fantastic option! I would love to have received one as a gift long ago. Tearing junk mail by hand is not only time consuming, but not as safe. You can’t get as small and unreadable as a Fellowes Shredder does.
Also, before you throw the shreddies out to recycle, see if you can use them in a box you are about to mail or give them to someone else who is moving as a buffer for their breakables. You can forget the bubble wrap from now on. Paper shreddie piles can add up fast and are great to use. But please don’t give anymore to me because I don’t want to move again for a very long time!
The M-12C is available at Target Stores nationwide and Target.com with a suggested retail price of $99.99.
Who do you know who just moved into a new house and could use a Fellowes Shredder?