I’ve been seriously into planning and planners and all things stationery related for a year and a half now. Today I want to share with you four things that made my life so much easier when I found out about them. They seriously changed my planner happiness (and perfection)!!
The first time I ordered from the Hobonichi store, I only ordered a Hobonichi Cousin and a pencil board last time, but with the Spring collection coming out and some out-of-stock items being back available, I couldn’t help myself. So, here is my haul!!
You know, you’d almost think there was such a thing as a life outside of the internet. Anyway, it’s been a few weeks since my last post and I’ve been wanting to give an update on how and if I’m using my Hobonichi (yes, I am) and especially show off a few things I’ve been doing. So, even though this isn’t a video as most more sophisticated people do, here is a flip through of my Hobonichi for about the first 3 weeks of January 2017.
I know that I was supposed to post about my planner choices earlier this month, and since I gave reviews of both the 365 Everyday Planner and the Slow and Steady planner, I was expecting to do that. But both planners had things that I didn’t enjoy, so, against my better judgement, I ordered a… Continue reading New Planner (3) Hobonichi Techo Cousin 2017 [unboxing and review]
Today a quick and useful post. When you use notebooks and planners for different subjects, you can easily get lost trying to find the correct pages. So, if you use a system where you can’t move the pages around, like a Bullet Journal, or a system where you simply need ways to distinguish different topics within a larger system, this is for you!
Everybody knows how I love my fountain pens. To some people it’s an art form, and I do agree on that, but for me, there is also an element of comfort as I write with one. So, for people who are curious about fountain pens and where to start, here are some ideas.
In a lot of planner communities, especially Bullet Journal communities, the first question people ask is “I’ve got the notebook everyone loves, what’s the first thing I should do?” Well, my answer is always “make a pen test page at the back of your notebook”. It’s probably *the* most important thing to do when you buy any new notebook, but especially one where you may want to use different types of pens in. I’ll explain why, with pictures!