Noteworthy.

I love notebooks and stationary. Maybe it’s the writer in me, I dunno but notebooks and journals are amazing. I used to buy notebooks with the intent of filling them in with pure imagination but the thing about journals is that you always need another one. And another one. And another one. The collection grows. Not that I have a problem with that but when your bookshelf runs of space, it might be time to reconsider your purchasing power.

You can’t have a notebook without something to write with and that’s where pens come in. I’m partial to a fine tipped pen. Any other style will do on a pinch but I have at least two fine tipped pen in every purse/bagpack I own and I always make sure to refill my pen supply when I’m down to 5 so I minimize having to use anything else. I don’t question it, I just flow with it. #ink

I’m down with technology but there’s something romantic about handwriting. I still send hand written mail and postcards. I do my part to preserve a dying art and help the postal industry. Every little bit helps so get some stamps and get to writing.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. That’s a great idea. I’m sure she will appreciate it.

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  2. Devon says:

    Pen to paper is great. I started writing letters to my daughter in the future. She is 3 now. I figured a handwritten from her mother decades ago would be nice. I feels so loving and its like giving her a hug in the future.

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