Whether it’s a bustling scene in the city or a placid natural landscape, most writers are excited when they feel motivated to let their words flow.
However, it’s important to have the right tools for the job. Our portable writing box gives you the stylish organizational and functional capabilities you need to harness your talents.
Inspiration will come calling eventually – but sometimes you just need to put your writing away and visit it at another time.
One of the best ways to get the creative juices flowing is to start with one of these handy writing prompts. Use these journal prompts to help inspire your daily practice...
Many people don’t notice they have an overabundance of books until they have trouble finding the ones they want to read. Don’t trash them. Your surplus of books could be someone else's treasure and a perfect fit for someone else’s bookshelf, or they could even be recycled to create books and other products later on. Here are some reasons you should donate books or recycle them as well as some tips on doing it.
The evil eye is the idea that a curse or projection of bad energy can be put on another person simply through a glare with a negative emotion behind it. By possessing an evil eye charm, it's Turkish cultural belief you can ward off the negative effects of the eye and even function as a shield against it. The eye can be hung, mounted, or even put on a bracelet or amulet. Evil eye jewelry gives some people a feeling of security against the malicious will of others.
The best way to navigate seeing the most beautiful boutiques in all of the cities. In these magical brick and mortar stationery shops, you can find all sorts of hidden treasures like the best fountain pens, the best fountain pen ink and vintage-inspired stationery.
The Jibun Techo is divided into three booklets: LIFE, DIARY and IDEA. From the start it feels really satisfying to have them stacked all together. It suggests that it is a very substantial system before you even begin exploring it. For an in depth review of a new user's experience using the Jibun Techo planner, then read on.