Do you print a lot of mailing labels so you can send envelopes to clients? Do you have all of your client’s and friend’s street addresses stored in Apple’s Contacts application? If so, you might want to consider a label printer like the ones made by Dymo.
I have used a Dymo LabelWriter 450 for the past few years and find it reliable and very handy. The retail price for this model is $150, but I’ve seen it listed for half this price with many online retailers. There are varying sizes of labels, which come in rolls, and you can swap rolls in your label printer as needed. I have two sizes. The smaller size is appropriate for both address labels and manilla folder tabs. I use the larger labels for printing name tags or multiline labels for the front of folders or larger envelopes. The Dymo Label application that comes with the printer is not the most user-friendly application, but it lets me print one-off labels and also has the ability to access the street addresses I have in Contacts. Since I don’t have the neatest handwriting in the world, I really like printing good looking labels using my label printer.