5am Comes Early

Specialty Gifts: Door Organizer with Engraved KeychainSince I work in the Customer Service Department at GiftTree, I have to get up very early in the morning. Most of us in this department have to be at work at 6am. A few come in at 5am and at certain busy times of the year, quite a few of us come in at 5am. We have to field those calls from people calling in from the East Coast, which is 3 hours ahead of us.  So, since I get up so early each day, I like to have all of my stuff ready for the next day, so I can sleep in just a little bit longer. Anything that helps me sleep in awhile longer is very helpful! Plus, at 5:30 in the morning, my brain isn’t fully functional just yet, and every single day I forget something that I need for the day. But I discovered something that should make my mornings just a little bit easier. One of our new gifts is a Door Organizer with Engraved Key Chain. Whoever came up with this is a genius! It’s this handy little organizer that hangs on a doorknob, and it holds all the little things that one needs through out the day, but tend to forget: keys, sunglasses, pens, etc. It even has a little panel in the back to hold mail or a newspaper. Our door organizer also comes with a key chain that you can have engraved. Too cool! This is just perfect for those of us who are in a rush every morning or maybe a little bit forgetful!

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  1. I work an early shift sometimes at my job also, and you’re so right about the brain not working very well when you first roll out of bed and it’s still dark outside! Anything we can get that will minimize the amount of thinking we have to do at that hour is a good thing. I might have to get one of those organizers for myself. Being hung from a door knob is a great idea… if its right there at the front door, its harder to walk past it while you’re in that zombie-like state. =)

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