Tombow Fudenosuke | Brush Pen Review

I love using brush pens in my bullet journal. In the past, I’ve reviewed several different types of brush pen. Today I want to talk about the Tombow Fudenosuke brush pen. Out of everything I’ve mentioned on my blog so far, this is probably one of my favourite types of brush pen.  I know in the past I’ve been very critical of the Tombow Dual Brush Pens. As much as I love them I’ve...

5 Of My Favourite Stationery Subscription Boxes

One of the things I love doing every so often try some new stationery subscription boxes. This is not a regular occurrence but its enjoyable to get some new stationery items through the post. One of the reasons why I love stationery subscriptions is that I will find new items I would never normally come across.  A few years ago I got a canvas pencil case in a Stationery Selection box. It...
Paperchase stationery advent calendar.

Paperchase Stationery Advent Calendar Review

Last year Paperchase released a £35 advent calendar filled with stationery. I was very intrigued by this, however, I decided I really shouldn’t spend my student loan on an advent calendar. We’re now counting down the days to Christmas again and the only review I’ve found of that advent calendar was so negative the reviewer sent it back and asked for a refund. So today I want to look at...

A Guide To Bullet Journal Supplies For Beginners

So imagine this. You’ve decided you want to start a bullet journal. You know how to set a bullet journal up and use it to stay organised. But then you realise there are certain bullet journal supplies you need to buy. A notebook and a pen are obvious. But starting a new bullet journal seems like the perfect excuse to go buy some brand new stationery. You can easily become overwhelmed by...
MD Paper products notebook and planner lying on desk

Stationery Haul | MD Paper Notebook & Diary

This week I am going to share a few a little stationery haul. This all started when I got an email from The Journal Shop about their summer sale. The Journal Shop is a UK based website and they sell some of the more obscure brands which aren’t really found on the UK high street. Brands like Midori and MD Paper. These are both companies I’ve come across before but never bought any of their...