A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, before life became chaotic with diaper changes and the endless loads of laundry, I WAS ORGANIZED.
It was so long ago, I barely remember it. But it’s true.
You would think that with all this technology literally at my fingertips with smartphones, tablets, and laptops I would be even more organized now.
Nope. Not at all.
When I saw an ad for a Daily Action Planner on a social media site I had to click on it.
And the OCD freak that I try to suppress, fell in love.
I also ordered a cute journal that I was going to use specifically for jotting down ideas for this here blog. I was actually geeky excited about my purchases. It felt a little like my Birthday opening up the package on Saturday. (It may sounds like I’m over doing it here, but I really was excited.)
The Daily Action Planner was there with its crisp white pages waiting to have my months busy schedule written on it. But the journal wasn’t.
On Monday, I responded to the confirmation email to inform them that I didn’t get the journal. Within 24 hours I had a response and a refund! The first email was that the person was inquiring with another department to see the status. Within an hour of the first email I received a follow up giving me the news that it was on back order and asked if I wanted to wait or receive a refund. They also apologized for having the journal listed as available on the website. Less than a half hour after I responded that I wanted a refund, I got an email from someone else confirming the refund would be coming to me. Having worked in Customer Service, I recognize and like to give kudos to excellent Customer Service. Thank you Savor The Success for making me feel important.
That journal by the way, was only $7. They could have dragged their feet on a reply. . .