Every once in a while, I feel this overwhelming need to restore a little bit of order back into my life. When this happens, I naturally get this urge to go out and buy a few new items of stationery. Now don’t get me wrong I know first hand that buying a few new pencils won’t automatically make me a more organised person, but they do help to increase my love of my workspace – which for me is the key to my productivity (or at least that’s what I like to tell myself anyways). So this time round rather than keeping my latest additions to myself I thought I’d talk you through them as I know a lot you are stationery obsessed too.
Kate Spade Tackle Box £30 – Nobody does stationery quite like Kate Spade. Offering cute, yet clever designers I defy anyone to not fall in love. Speaking of love, I can’t even begin to tell you how much I adore this hand little desk organiser. Inspired by a traditional fisherman’s tackle box this posh alternative contains absolutely everything I could ever need to maintain maximum productivity throughout my working day.Kate Spade Who Could Not Be Happy? Journal £22 – Why hello there handbag friendly notebook, aren’t you a sight for sore eyes. Embossed with arguably one of the cutest quotes I have seen in a very long time this inspiring little journal contains 300 pages of lined, ivory coloured pages all of which I can’t wait to scribble my everyday thoughts and ideas into. Kate Spade Acrylic Stapler in Gold £25 – Seriously though how is a girl meant to resist this stylish little number!The White Company Sentiment Pencils (set of 10) £15 – If you are half as much of a stationery lover as I am chances are plain pencils just don’t cut it anymore. I mean why would you go for a boring plain white pencil when you can now pick-up ones with some seriously cute sentiment etched into to the side of them reminding you day in and day out to dream big, to smile often and/or to surprise yourself.
What’s your favourite brand when it comes to stationery? Let me know in the comments below please as I am keen to discover some new and exciting brands.
“Everything you can imagine is real.” – Picasso