I write entirely to find out what I’m thinking, what I’m looking at, what I see and what it means.”
– JOAN DIDION
PAPER PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTEach new year brings a round of navel gazing and new resolve. 2023 is no different, and I need to toss out some old patterns. Over the past few years, I tumbled into a handful of bad habits. I streamed too much TV, read fewer books, and my daily writing practice got kicked to the curb. Since we recently expanded our collection of paper goods, I have no excuse and plan to mend my wayward ways. It’s time to resume journaling, keep a fresh garden journal, and write old-fashioned thank you notes.
Here is what I chose from the studio to motivate myself:
A few years ago I started sketching bird flight patterns, and this year these drawings became paintings. My favorite design in this series came from observing a pair of house wren flight paths.
5.75" x 8.25" blank journal with Smyth-sewn binding so that it lays flat when in use. Click here to shop.
Our wire-bound notebooks are perfect for taking notes, and drawing up new plans- in and out of the garden.
7" x 10" notebook with approximately 72 thick recycled sheets and a choice from 6 different page layouts. Click here to shop.
Finally, I never write enough thank you notes, and only a few come my way anymore. Our new Color Theory Notecards are bright, cheery and an excellent prompt to reach out and say hello or thank you.
Notecard sets include six A2 sized notecards, blank inside, with envelopes. Click here to shop.