Writing Supplies

Dingbats Notebooks

I used to use the Leuchtturm 1917 as my journal of choice until I was watching Elsa Rhae on YouTube and saw her Dingbats brand notebook. I have a bit of a notebook obsession and needed a new journal so decided to give it a try. And I'm in love. The cost is comparable to that of the LT 1917, but the paper feels smoother and thicker and feels amazing when using my favorite pens.

Micron Pigma Pen 05

I LOVE these pens. They are kind of pricey, but worth it for me because the ink dries so quickly and I'm left-handed. I also tend to press hard when I write (aggressive much?), and these pens allow me to ease the F up on how hard I'm pressing,

Original Brooks

Again with the journals. I told you, I have a bit of a notebook obsession. I use a mixed paper Original Brooks handmade notebook that I use as my snippet journal. It's where I write poem or song ideas, little tidbits of stories, that kind of thing. Pricey, but worth it for such a lovely and original handmade journal. And when you think about it, it takes a long time to fill a journal, so the cost per usage breakdown isn't too bad.

iPad Pro

I'm definitely a member of the cult of Apple, and there is no device I love more than my iPad Pro. I love being able to mark up a PDF of my writing with the Apple Pencil, and use it as a second screen for me MacBook. It definitely ups my productivity and is one of the most valuable tools in my arsenal. I use it with a keyboard as well so I can take it with me in my purse.