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I often say that I am the most disorganized, organized person I know. It’s true. There is a method to my madness, though.
Besides wanting to become more organized in the new year, I am also very concerned with identity theft. After that Target fiasco the end of 2013 — and I’m sure things like that will happen again– I need to protect myself and my family from identity theft.
And for reasons I cannot understand, we get LOADS of junk mail. It gets ridiculous. I just love the pre-approved credit card offers. Sigh.
I used to just throw them in the trash unopened. The more I heard about identity theft, though, I realized I better tear them up. Well, that gets old. Fast. I knew we needed a shredder. We needed something to handle the volume of junk mail, staples, and credit cards.
I love this infographic from Fellowes. It is a great guide in helping you in choosing the perfect shredder for your home:
Another concern we have regarding the perfect shredder is our puppy, Baxter. He is an extremely
nosey curious little pup. Every single time we use the shredder he runs to jump up on it to see what’s going on. He’s still not quite tall enough to reach the opening where the paper/credit cards go into, but it won’t be long.
Thank goodness the Fellowes P-12C shredder from Walmart has the advanced patented SafeSense technology. It will sense his little paws and automatically stop. That’s a load off my mind.
Here are some of the things I love about the P-12C Fellowes Shredder:
- Cross-Cut blades that destroy 12 sheets of paper into approximately 309 particles per sheet, making it extremely difficult to reassemble
- SafeSense® technology which automatically disables the shredder when hands touch the paper opening
- The ability to shred credit cards, paper clips, staples and junk mail for added convenience
- The P-12C can be purchased at Walmart Stores nationwide and at www.Walmart.com for a suggested retail price of $99.97.
What do you look for in choosing the perfect shredder for your home?
Donna is a Content Creator, Marketer, Brand Ambassador, Social Media Consultant, former teacher, wife, and proud mom. Blog by Donna encompasses all that… she writes about family life and being a woman while weaving in articles about the brands and products she and her family love.