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Seat Sack Offers Extra Storage in the Office


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I recently made my daughter a homework area in our office.  She has her very own little desk and office chair.  Since we found out that she has ADD we have been trying to make some adjustments at home to modify behavior like giving her a nice quiet distraction free place for homework.  While I was setting up and getting items for her space I found a great company called Seat Sack.  They have these great cloth sacks that you can put over the back of a chair to give you come extra storage space.  We have a really small home so finding a space for her was somewhat of a challenge and finding somewhere to store her school supplies was even more of a challenge.  Now I can set her at her desk and she can store her notebook, reading logs, pens and pencils in her Seat Sack on the back of her chair.  It fit right over the back of the office chair I had for her and there is plenty of space for all her school supplies.  It is a great option so I don’t have to share storage space on the desk with her.  The Seat Sack is well made, durable, and a great solution for storage.


You can find Seat Sack on their website.

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