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Printable Blank Checkbook Register

printable blank checkbook register
    checkbook register
  • A record of deposits to and withdrawals from a checking account.
  • Suitable or fit to be printed or published
  • (Printability) how well a paper performs with ink on press. Absorbency, smoothness, ink holdout, and opacity all affect printability. see also absorbency, dimensional stability, ink holdout, opacity, relative humidity
  • (Printability) The ability of paper to give the most faithful reproduction of the original image at the maximum efficiency.
  • (of text) Able to be printed
  • fit for publication because free of material that is morally or legally objectionable; "printable language"
  • (of a document) With spaces left for a signature or details
  • (of a surface or background) Unrelieved by decorative or other features; bare, empty, or plain
  • (of a surface) not written or printed on; "blank pages"; "fill in the blank spaces"; "a clean page"; "wide white margins"
  • space: a blank character used to separate successive words in writing or printing; "he said the space is the most important character in the alphabet"
  • Not written or printed on
  • keep the opposing (baseball) team from winning

Moleskine Hack 01
Moleskine Hack 01
Isn’t it true we all would wish for increased productivity & efficiency?! I listened yesterday to a TED talk on productivity (via Michael Hyatt’s blog | btw… one of my favorite blogs!!) & the presenter, Jason Fried, argued that “Work doesn’t happen at work.” I was intrigued & it led to a bit of introspection & evaluation. Generally speaking, I’ve somewhat always been a very organized person. From childhood when I would arrange my Hotwheels according to Make/Model, even to college, when my roommates joked about the organization of my closet or checkbook register… some laughed as I pulled the pocket calendar out of my back pocket & could track time & expenses. I’m not sure what to call it but people have always pointed out that I possess the ability to simplify complex matters… whether it be design, home organization, business principles, etc. In any case, I’m grateful to God… yes, even for OCD! Running your own business is complicated, heck, running your own life is complicated. There are dozens of wonderful tools for personal & business now available for each of us… Evernote, Dropbox, Things, ShootQ & Pictage (for you photographers), & etc. For the most part, I use each of the above, yet, what I’ve found to be my “must-have” tool of choice, is my Moleskine. It’s no over-statement, I love my Moleskine. Without it, I feel naked… or brainless. It’s my control center in many respects. I’ve been using a Pocket Moleskine for several years & decided for 2011 to customize it according to my needs, aka “hack.” There are dozens of excellent Moleskine Hack articles online, among my favorite is the comprehensive article by Freelance Switch here. Inspired by David Allen’s book, Getting Things Done, many geeks like myself (it’s true, I am!) are using the systems he mentions to be more productive & organized. I thought I’d share a few of the customizations I made to my Pocket Moleskine. Cheers to an organized life!! The view of my desk from above… yes, in most situations, I’m rather passionate about keeping it uncluttered.
green chrysanthamum inside
green chrysanthamum inside
grosgrain ribbon pen holder, flaps to hold checkbook and register, sturdy snap closure

printable blank checkbook register
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