An Ode to Turquoise

 

When it comes to all things paper and home, Presto (obviously) has a lot of favourites; so we think it’s time to jump on the “Friday Favourites” train and post a list of our loves of the week each and every Friday.

To kick things off, this week’s favourites are an ode to one of our favourite colours, turquoise. Turquoise is bright and happy just like our moods, thanks to the warm and sunny weather that has dominated this whole week.


The Canteen by Corkcicle

This is no ordinary canteen, and here are a few reasons why we are absolutely obsessed with it:

  • It is the perfect size (9oz), making it comfortable to hold and convenient to toss in your bag.
  • It is stainless steel and comes in an awesome array of colours and finishes like glossed, brushed, or matte.
  • It keeps cold drinks cool for 25 hours and hot drinks warm for 12 hours.
  • It is triple-insulated and insanely well designed with a wide mouth for ice cubes, flat easy-grip sides, and a non-slip bottom.

Velvetwire Powerline Charger and Sync Cable

No more crouching against the wall while you charge your phone! These charging cables are 3 meters long, so you can do a lap around the room AND make some calls, all while charging up!


Paper Source Leatherette Planner

 

This small, leather planner is the perfect size to toss in your bag, so you can stay organized everywhere you go. AND it is a lovely, bright colour making it easy to find in your bag AFTER you’ve tossed it in (we’ve all been there, LOL)! Despite its small size this planner is very well designed, leaving you with a lot of space to write down all of your appointments and to-do lists.


Happy Jackson Lunch Box

 

Don’t toss your sandwich in a plastic bag! Keep is classy (and uncrushed) with this bright and fun lunch box. It also has plenty of room for some delicious (and sometimes nutritious) snack!


Internet Password Logbook

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So many passwords, so little memory! If you’re anything like us, you have a million accounts and each one has a different username and password. Keep them all in one place (and well disguised) with this logbook that keeps track of usernames, passwords, and web addresses.


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