In a good way of course. I do mean dreams - not nightmares. Sometimes it is hard to get the motivation to start your study plan. Or it might be hard when you are half way through and need a little kick in the butt. Either way, it gets hard.
Like when you wake up in the morning and go to work and dream about all the things you will do when you get home and you feel so energetic about it. Then your room-mate gets home and your slagged across the lounge Tea in hand (of course) reading the latest Penguin book looking all hipster. How do you get the motivation to keep going ? You get new things to use - like running shoes for running or fresh stationary for studying. We have already established that I am a nice person. So I will share with you my 3 Favourite stationary designers - so you can get your fix.
Not only are they pretty damn good looking bits of stationary - they have down to earth morals that I am all about.
Jason and Jess from FRANK create notebooks, journals and diaries that are designed to fill your day with something beautiful; a pause, a breath, a grateful moment. Everyday is an opportunity to craft and design who you are becoming and who you want to be. Intertwined with these goals, Jason and Jess have set FRANK up to support communities in need by donating notebooks to children in need in schools. For every book you buy, we give a school book to a child in need in New Zealand.
So go fill your void and snap some sweet stationary up here
I like to get straight to the point so when I see 'Eww School' and 'Get Shit Done' scribed on anything - I am in for the taking. This creative is from over the seas but somethings are worth their weight in gold. Like Cheeky Fawn's goodies above.
We make delightful pouches and bags using environmentally sensible materials. All of our bags and pouches are carefully handmade in Los Angeles by Vanessa Ordaz, with help from her furry pup assistants - albeit, they mostly just snooze. 8% of each order is donated to a non-profit organization that helps children in under-served communities. The current organization we're donating to is A Place Called Home.
Snap these pretties up from here.