5 Everyday Things for Lefty in your life for National Lefty Day August 13th!
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5 Everyday Things for Lefty in your life for National Lefty Day August 13th!

This post contains affiliate links. You do not pay more if you shop using the links but we do receive a nominal commission.

Ten years ago while vacationing in San Francisco, I stumbled upon Lefty’s the Left Hand Store. Not only did it make my stationery loving heart happy but I was thrilled that there was a store just for me! Well, not just me but when you’re a lefty it can feel lonely in a right-handed world. While checking out with all the things I purchased, the clerk asked me if I knew that there was a thing called “National Lefty Day,” I didn’t but I’ve been celebrating ever since. I usually treat myself to something lefty related, and now that I’m married I’ve actually tricked, I mean encouraged, my husband to get me a lefty gift every year.

This year I found my lefty gift while in Portland visiting with my twin sister, who is also a lefty. We were in Powell’s Bookstore, which is an amazing place to spend a few hours and get lost in all the books, I found Denik Notebooks. They are flat laying journals that actually stay open. All the left-handed people reading this will understand how hard it is to write in traditional journals and notebooks without it closing in on you.

Before I share my top 5 Lefty Handed items to get the lefty in your life I thought I would share some famous left-handed people. Did you know that Barak Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Julia Roberts, Sarah Jessica Parker, Morgan Freeman, and Diane Keaton are all lefties?

5 Everyday things for the Lefty In Your Life

Denik Classic Layflat Softcover Notebooks

Left-Handed Scissors

Left-Handed Mouse

Left-Handed Keyboard

 

Left-Handed Can Opener

The next time you see the Lefty in your life struggling with a can opener or pair of scissors, remember there that there’s probably a left-handed product for the problem.

 

 

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