Introduction A couple months ago, I received two Tsubame Fools University Notebooks from my friend Fiona and after testing them out for a little bit, I decided it was time to post a review. Tsubame is somewhat of an enigma to me. They have been around since 1947 and seem to be doing well for… Continue reading Tsubame Fools University Notebook Review
Part 1: MPK This month, I made the biggest decision yet: I will not be blogging daily. Taking that off the table was the scariest thing because many times when this happens, I lose motivation altogether. It’s usually a domino effect: once I decide it’s okay to be lenient on this, then I’ll be more… Continue reading 2016 Goals: April Progress Report
So far, I have written 6 letters this month. Here are some of the letters I’ve written: I’m happy to report that I haven’t had any problem making wax seals. I am a little wary that they won’t survive the postal system, so after the first rather large seal, I decided to scale down to… Continue reading #Write_On Mid-April Progress Report
Now that I am committed to writing more letters, I really want to find more pen pals. So, I decided to join the Letter Writer’s Alliance. I don’t remember where I first heard about the Alliance, but I remember it sounding like an excellent (and secure) way to find pen pals. After a short period… Continue reading Letter Writer’s Alliance
‘The Friday Flex’ is a weekly newsletter consisting of personal stationery and lifestyle news pieces. It primarily focuses my experiences with pen and paper krafts. Table of Contents Instagram Highlights Incoming: Letter ‘J’ Seal & Bernzomatic Flex Stem Lighter Correspondence Tracker + DIY Address Book Write_On’s Letter Writing Event @ Coffee Bar, SF Post #100… Continue reading ‘The Friday Flex’ Issue #9: To the Post Office!
If this is your first time at my blog, you should check out my Friday Flex Issue #8 post. It was a HUGE POST. It is also a good way to get acquainted with my blog and enter a Field Notes giveaway! (Because who doesn’t love a giveaway?) Anyways, that’s not what I wanted to… Continue reading National Letter Writing Month & #Write_On