Reading · Stationery

Inside my planner / 2

Welcome to the second part of my planner set-up and we're moving into the notes section. Before I start, though, I'd like to say a word about the sturdy card dividers and bookmarks that you can buy from William Hannah. These are available in a selection of colours to co-ordinate with the planner covers, they… Continue reading Inside my planner / 2

Stationery

It is the dawning…

Here is another stationery item I have picked up recently. I found it on one of my regular meanders around the stationery aisle of my local TK Maxx. It is labelled as being manufactured in China for Robert Frederick of Bath, with a recommended retail price of £12.95 reduced to £4.99. The journal has a… Continue reading It is the dawning…

Fountain Pens · Planning · Stationery

Ready, set….

Looks like I still haven't done with ringing the changes, because for 2020 I am downsizing my planning into these two slim A6 books. I have chosen A6 because it's the easiest to carry on a daily basis, but I'll admit to a touch of trepidation over whether it will work out after a couple… Continue reading Ready, set….

lifestyle · Stationery · word of the week

Word of the Week – Noctuary

  Noctuary  (noun) A record of the events, or one's thoughts, during the night. (From the Latin "nox, noctis" meaning night; on the analogy of "diary") Here's a word for anyone to use if they wake in the night and have to write down something that has just struck them. For anyone who writes down… Continue reading Word of the Week – Noctuary

Quote of the week · Stationery

When one notebook closes…

You know the old saying that goes "When one door closes, another opens", well I've had that experience with my general notebook. Having finished a journal and started a new one earlier in the week, I am finally on the last page of my current Mark and Fold A5 notebook. I've been using this for… Continue reading When one notebook closes…