Winter Loves

December 11, 2012

// Moleskine smart notebook paired with Evernote. This is a note-taking, list-writing match made in heaven. I use Evernote for a ton of different things, but sometimes a physical list does the job better for me. So I bought a Moleskine smart notebook which is already super high quality, but this one has special paper (or something?) so that if you take a photo of the page an upload to Evernote your text will be searchable. I used fabric tabs to separate my notebook into four sections and I keep it with me at all times.

// DUKTIG Mini-kitchen by IKEA. This is one thing Meredith is getting for Christmas. I have seen it in real life and it’s very cute. I love that it is neutral and simple in style so it will go with anything, but I can also dress it up if I want to.

// Young House Love by Sherry & John Petersik. We met the popular bloggers on their tour and I have had a lot of fun paging through their book. Can’t wait to tackle some more house projects.

// American Crafts Christmas roller date stamp. I am becoming obsessed with these date stamps and this one is perfect for so many things during the holidays.

// Gap cozy classic stripe scarf. I can’t find a link to the black and white one online, but I want it. I may have to go find it.

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Comments on Winter Loves

  1. 1

    From Melanie:

    My non-techie mind has been blown this morning–the whole ‘take a picture of your page and the text is searchable’ How cool!

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    From kapachino:

    It is cool! I haven’t actually used that feature yet but I’m happy to know it’s available if I need it.

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    From Nora:

    I just downloaded EverNote. I need to figure out the best way to use it; any advice is appreciated!!! I am in love with any kind of scarf as of late. It went from 50 to the 20s so it’s really awesome to have some warmth around my neck!!!

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    From kapachino:

    My Evernote kind of looks like this in outline form:

    Kapachino’s notebook
    —-Info (important numbers, etc)
    —-Books on loan
    —-David’s sleep talking (funny things my husband says in his sleep)

    Good Things
    —-One note per month where I write down at least one good thing per day

    —-Post ideas
    —-(Some post ideas require a separate note each because they are more in depth)
    —-Design details (to remember when I need to change something)

    Crafts & Projects
    —-List topics (for the book of lists)

    So that’s how I use it, and it’s great because it’s online and on my phone. I’m always finding new things to use it for too!

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