I’ve already written two posts about my experiences with the Hobonichi Techo planner and while I’ve covered both the A6 Original and the A5 Cousin versions, I haven’t had a chance to talk about the smaller Weeks version.
As I’m typing this, the Spring versions of the Hobonichi series of planners has just been released. Continue reading Hobonichi Weeks 2017 Thoughts
In a previous post I talked about how I’d discovered the world of Japanese stationery. This time I want to talk about how that new found interest of mine has started filteing into my daily routine.
Most of my writing, lists and general note taking has been done with the help of many, many useful apps on my iPhone, iPad or Macbook. This year though I’ve slowly moved to an analog system of writing everything down by hand. In fact, this very post was written with a Lamy Safari fountain pen on a Maruman Mnemosyne N188 pad. Continue reading Going Analog
One of the first things that comes to mind for many people when you mention Japan is the vast array of crazy inventions that come out seemingly daily.
And yet among all the fads and failures that come out are a lot of pretty awesome and useful things, especially when it comes to stationery. Continue reading The Wonderful World of Japanese Stationery