I often get DMs asking me which paper or pens I use to make my notes so I thought it was time to do a quick update showing you some of my favourite stationery right now!
A few days ago I asked for questions on my story and rather than spam you all with 20 different story posts, I thought I’d compile all my answers into one big post here!
A few people have recently asked me what things I recommend they should get before starting A Level so I decided to make a post about my everyday pencil case essentials!
For those of you who don’t know, the Nemonic printer allows you to print sticky notes from your phone via Bluetooth! I was very kindly sent one to try prior to the global release so I thought I’d share some of my favourite ways to use it!
School is starting soon (if it hasn’t already!) which means it’s time to try and get organised for once, even though you know you’ll probably give up in a week or so. I thought I’d make a post about some of my favourite supplies for bullet journaling for those of you that were interested in starting your own bullet journal or were looking for a bit of inspiration!
I love stationery a lot. So I end up spending way too much money on stationery that is used by a lot of studygrams, just because I think it looks pretty or some stupid reason like that. The problem is that there is usually a bunch of cheaper alternatives if you just take the time to look. Luckily, I’ve compiled a list of some of the most useful dupes that I’ve found for popular studygram stationery so that you don’t have to!
If you have a study blog of any kind you’ve probably heard about Tombow double-ended brush pens. They’re pretty popular for things like bullet journalling, making notes and just regular art. The pens are available in 96 colours (and they’re all so beautiful that I want every single one) but, like the majority of popular stationery, they’re not exactly cheap so you probably want to know if they’re good value for money.
For Christmas I was given the set of 0.5 Pilot Juice pens by my brother so I though that I should do a quick review since they’re quite pricey (£17 on Amazon, mine were only £9!!) so you want to make sure that you’re getting something good.
Recently I was sent a Mossery Co. planner and I’ve started to use it to keep track of my school work.
With the new year fast approaching and 2016 finally drawing to a close, it’s time to do one of my favourite things- buy a new planner. The idea of a book that can make you organised for the first time in your life is very appealing, but unfortunately I’m usually not great at sticking with planners. That’s why I’m come up with a list of 5 cute but relatively inexpensive planners that won’t make you feel bad if you abandon them half way through January.