On Keeping a Multi-Year Journal, Featuring the Midori 3-Year and Hobonichi 5-Year
This is the one thing I recommend for basically everyone, keeping some format of a journal where you write some lines a day.
In a stationery shop where preferences and details are so personal and vary so widely, from nib sizes to pen sizes to paper smoothness to mixing technology and analogue, so much of what we try and do is find just the right thing that you’re looking for. There are relatively few things that I would suggest for everyone in a blanket way, but this is one of them.
Journaling Pages - Traveler's Notebook
These spring and summer days have brought us back and forth to the cottage a bit, but we've also been spending time in the city, taking in the warm afternoons and long evenings with slow projects and tasks.
Correspondence Envelopes + Mail Art: Letter Writing Club Tonight
These days, I've been really enjoying taking a few moments after Caleb's gone to bed to write, both in my journal and keeping up with my correspondence. It's in part a conscious decision to slow down a bit, but in part also because my failing laptop has now reached its boiling point, and has spent the last week and a half at a Mac spa, with some vague hope for it returning early next week.