Often times revisiting the past will inspire us to create something for a better future… in a world where everything is going digital, the pen and pad has taken a backseat to touch screens and the cloud. We’re all about using technology to improve our quality of life, however there are certain scenarios where keeping things old school is the way to go. This is one of them… inspired by pocket journals from the early to mid 1900’s, Word Notebooks’ Standard Memorandum is designed as a way to chronicle a year of your life which gets harder to remember the longer we live and as our memory starts to fade. To quote Gretchen Rubin (creator of The Happiness Project) “The days are long, but the years are short”. It’s such a brilliantly simple and true sentence that resonates with everyone. Many days drag on and feel like they last forever, however every New Y ears we ramble on about how we can’t believe another year has passed. With Word and their awesome collection of Notebooks it’s much easier to quickly jot down both major and minor events each day so you can l0ok back and know how that year was spent. The 2015 Standard Memorandum is the follow-up to last year’s super popular daily pocket journal, and it’s ready to be your trusty companion for the upcoming year. Just like the original, simply jot down a line or two every day and when December rolls around you’ll have a memento you can save or pass down. Get your 2015 Standard Memorandum Notebook here starting at $11.00.
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