Just a small midweek post, I had a very busy and exciting weekend at London, more about that on Saturday’s Blog Post.
Away from all the fun and carefree days, exam season is just around the corner. Meaning it’s time to get serious about revision. Along with that comes cute stationary of course.
This blog post features my favourite stationary company of all… MUJI. They do the most minimal, aesthetically pleasing yet practical designs. And I can’t get enough. All the stationary mentioned in this post is linked at the bottom of the page.
For my revision I like to write primarily in black pen with titles and important infomation in various coordinated colours that follow a scheme. This helps me to understand things a little better. You can see that in my the diary below; red is for important information such as exams and University Interviews, blue is for dentist and doctor appointments and orange is for other information.
All of this informations is written neatly using MUJI pens. These are beautiful to write with offering vivid colour payout in a range of colours. They last such a long time and are my personal favourite when doing sketches in art.
Not only is the diary great for keeping track of day to day events it also helps me be more productive by prioritising tasks that need to be completed first. If I want to create more of a checklist I use the notepad to write things down that I need to be completed. I have to admit it is very satisfying ticking all the boxes off when everything is complete for that day.
The notebooks are also great quality, thin in size so they don’t take up too much room but plenty of paper to write on. I pair these noteboooks up with the pens for a wonderful note taking experience. These books come in a pack of 5 at a pretty reasonable price.
I also thought I would feature my study companion, this little plant is the latest in my ever growing collection but it’s adorable and looks ever so cute on my desk.