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Notebooks designed, printed, and assembled by hand in the USA,

We are designed with a look from the past but with thoughts to today's society. Write Notepads & Co notebooks are a silent homage to the ethical principles, respect, solidarity, and pride for well done daily work.

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  • How to Encourage Creative Thinking in Your Employees
    February 8, 2021 Charlie Pierpont

    How to Encourage Creative Thinking in Your Employees

    You cannot control creativity, but you can encourage it. Trust your employees, work with them to make sure they have everything they need, and give them some time. You'll end up with a more creative team and the kind of competitive edge that can help take your business to the top.
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  • Should You Keep a Physical or Digital Journal?
    January 24, 2021 Charlie Pierpont

    Should You Keep a Physical or Digital Journal?

    The art of journaling is still alive and well, thanks in part to many excellent apps out there that make digital journaling a breeze. Yet, some people still prefer to keep a physical journal. If you're wondering whether you should download a snazzy new journal app or buy a beautiful, leather-bound book to write in, read on.
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  • 5 Ways to Use Drawing to Improve Memory
    November 18, 2020 Charlie Pierpont

    5 Ways to Use Drawing to Improve Memory

    This informative article explains how drawing improves memory and lists five ways to incorporate drawing into note-taking tasks in meetings and lectures. Researchers have found that drawing helps improve information retention, especially in older adults. Drawing helps use more of the brain to remember information, making it easier to find your way back to those pieces of information again when needed.
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