Thank you to the Royal Horticultural Society for the complimentary address book and sponsoring this address book giveaway
I was so excited to check the mail after we returned from our trip to Myrtle Beach. There were a few packages I had been expecting that didn’t arrive before we left but, sure enough, they were all waiting for me when we got home. Seeing the address book from the Royal Horticultural Society made me really happy because they were kind enough to send a second copy I can give away to you!
The RHS Floral Desk Address Book is covered in linen cloth with embossing and had a beautiful gold ribbon marker. As soon as I opened it I sat down to add the addresses, phone numbers, and emails of family and friends. Since we are coming up on the holidays and I have cards to send out in two weeks, this was the perfect motivation to sit down and make sure everyone’s contact information is up to date and current.
The interior of the book is separated into color-coded alphabetical sections and beautiful floral images from the world-famous RHS Lindley Library. It’s gorgeous!
Over the years I’ve transitioned almost all of my records to digital format but for some reason I still love having an address book around. I do keep a digital address book stored in Minted but I love having this one on my desk for written record keeping. To me, an address book is a basic homemaking essential every woman should have in her home.
This address book from RHS has plenty of pages per letter so you’re very unlikely to run out of room when you’re adding your contacts. It’s a beautiful addition to your home office and would make a perfect gift for someone this holiday season!
The Royal Horticultural Society was founded in 1804 and has established itself as the UK’s leading gardening charity, with the aim of inspiring passion and excellence in the science, art and practice of horticulture. The world-famous RHS Lindley Library holds unique collections of early printed books on gardening, botanical art and photographs as well as several collections of drawings made by Asian artists.
Do you organize contacts in your address book alphabetically by First Name or Last Name?