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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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  • Five Essential Reference Books for Avid Readers
    August 3, 2020 Charlie Pierpont

    Five Essential Reference Books for Avid Readers

    Whether you prefer fiction or nonfiction, you can make this favorite pastime even better by collecting a few key reference books for readers. These books will not only enhance your reading experience time and time again, but they also make great gifts for the book lovers on your gift list.
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  • 7 Ways to Spark Creativity
    July 28, 2020 Charlie Pierpont

    7 Ways to Spark Creativity

    Creative flow works differently for everyone, but most people will experience a block at some point in their lives. In stressful times, when the world feels like an uncertain place, it can be challenging to find inspiration and focus. Try these methods to unblock the creative genius inside of you.  
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  • Why Successful People Keep Journals
    July 20, 2020 Charlie Pierpont

    Why Successful People Keep Journals

    Let’s take a deep dive into the effects reported by these notable people, those around them, and others who regularly journal. This makes it easier to understand the powerful benefits you can achieve with something as simple as a pen and notebook. As English author Edward Bulwer-Lytton explained in the 1800s – “the pen is mightier than the sword.”
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