We all try to fill that first, crisp page of our journal with a list of resolutions for 2018 but it doesn't always go to plan. Don’t worry, we’re all guilty of over-ambitious resolutions, so in an attempt to lessen the guilt we thought we’d share some of our most un-kept resolutions of the past.
The start of the new academic year is just around the corner. Whether you’re about to embark on a new term as a student or a teacher, if you’re a stationery addict like us there is only one thing on your mind and that’s the purchase of a new collection of notebooks, pencils and highlighter pens!
If you're self-employed professional, you will appreciate the amount of planning and organisation that comes with working for yourself. We’re here to help with our Top 4 tips to help you stay organised and build a strong business.
Being organised with meal plans, recipes and culinary inspiration can really help you to get creative in the kitchen. So, if you’re a real foodie, read on as we serve up some great ideas on how you can use your journal to create the perfect place for everything food related.
There’s something about the arrival of spring that makes our thoughts turn to improving our lives with some home improvements. So, whether it’s decorating the kid’s bedrooms, giving your garden a makeover or building an extension we share some simple ideas on using your journal to collect your thoughts and piece together your next home improvement plan.
Planning your wedding, the most perfect day of your life, is a big deal. But as with any big event there is a lot of planning…and we mean a lot! Here’s just a few handy tips on how your journal can help to take the strain and keep you organised and stress-free for the Big Day.
We don’t just need beautiful stationery at work because it’s convenient and handy; we need it because it can also lift our spirits, helping to keep us motivated and focused on the task in hand which in turn can help to make us more productive.
You’ve hiked the Himalayas, sky dived in Australia and backpacked across New Zealand. It’s understandable you might just be feeling slightly lost on your return home and getting back to reality but don’t worry; we’re here to share a few tips on how to avoid the post-travel blues by using your journal to reminisce on your adventure, remember what’s great about being home and start planning for the next adventure!