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What Is A Commonplace Book & How To Use It

Commonplace books date back to the 16th century. In this post you will learn how you can use a commonplace book in your daily life to help you learn and save whats most important.

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    I think it wouldn’t be too dramatic to say I’d be lost without my bullet journal. It’s the thing which keeps me on track and reminds me where and what I’m supposed to be doing on any given day. Over the years I’ve tried getting creative with my bullet journal, trying lots of ways to […]

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  • The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron – Will It Help You Be Creative?

    The Artist’s Way is one of these books I had heard people talking about, but never went much further than that. That was until I learned more about the process, and the routine of journaling, or writing morning pages every morning.  Over the years I have had to deal with anxiety and imposter syndrome, specifically […]

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  • How To Choose The Perfect Sketchbook

    As a design student turned freelance artist, I’ve bought many sketchbooks over the years. Some were bought for a specific purpose,  others because they were the cheapest thing I can get.  Choosing the right sketchbook can be a surprisingly difficult task. I could tell you my favourite sketchbook (MD Paper with dot grids) but what […]

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  • Leuchtturm1917 120gsm Notebook Review

    I’ve been a fan of the Leuchtturm1917 notebooks for a while now. I couldn’t even tell you how many I’ve used over the years. So when I found out Leuchtturm was releasing a new version of their notebook with thicker, 120gsm paper I knew I had to try it.  I love my Leuchtturm notebooks for […]

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About Me

Hi, I’m emma, founder of paper kind

I am a designer, calligrapher, and content creator, sharing my love for paper goods. Expect pens, pencils, and some really fancy paper! I hope you enjoy!

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  • How To Choose The Perfect Sketchbook

    As a design student turned freelance artist, I’ve bought many sketchbooks over the years. Some were bought for a specific purpose,  others because they were the cheapest thing I can get.  Choosing the right sketchbook can be a surprisingly difficult task. I could tell you my favourite sketchbook (MD Paper with dot grids) but what […]

    READ MORE

  • Leuchtturm1917 120gsm Notebook Review

    I’ve been a fan of the Leuchtturm1917 notebooks for a while now. I couldn’t even tell you how many I’ve used over the years. So when I found out Leuchtturm was releasing a new version of their notebook with thicker, 120gsm paper I knew I had to try it.  I love my Leuchtturm notebooks for […]

    READ MORE