We are living in an interesting time.
It’s a digital world, no doubt. But behind the blue haze of our screens, we’re starting to recognize a need for the tangible, to place a greater value on the analog. What was old school is new again.
New comforter for your dorm room? Check. New, stylish backpack? Check. Before you wrap up your back to college shopping, there’s some other must-have school supplies you can’t forget! Make sure to add these to your back-to-school shopping checklist. Read More
Handwritten notes are the best way to remember key takeaways, action items and your long running list of to-dos. And what better way to be noteworthy than to take stellar notes that work for you?
Be. It’s the voice in your head and the butterflies in your stomach. Read More
It’s your boldest ideas and your wildest dreams—and the guts and grit to pursue whatever makes you tick.
Influential blogger, John Lee Saddington recently review hamelin notebooks on his site. Give it a read! Read More
You don’t need to be an expert to recognize great paper: paper that does not bleed, paper that is perfectly white, paper that is soft and smooth to touch, paper resistant to tearing, that enables sharp writing without smudges or show through. Read More
Tracking down notes can be a tricky, time-consuming task. For all the folders and tree structures we might have created, when the time comes to laying hands on specific notes, they are sometimes hidden in the maze of our computer. Read More
On a keyboard a single stroke is required to write a letter. And it’s always the same one, whether you type an A or an M. In contrast, using a pen stimulates numerous areas of the brain. It’s necessary to propel the movements of the hand and to activate all the muscles while “thinking” of the word to be written. Read More