LobotoME’s line of recycled and locally warehoused and manufactured organizational notepads was designed around the simple concept of “goods to keep ME sane”. I know that I definitely need to be more organized, and I’m sure that many of you feel the same way.
LobotoME offers us some organizational relief in the form of super cute notepads that include Check ME, a helpful grocery shopping checklist (I love that agave nectar and coconut oil are included on the list), and Pack ME, for de-frazzling the travel planning process.
They have also created this pretty, mantra-filled (aka MantraME) poster that you can hang on your office (or any other) wall and look to for a daily dose of momentum. You can download the poster as a desktop image, too!
images from LobotoME
I’m really digging the new scrapbooking paper collection, Marrakech, from Basic Grey. The warm, muted tones and Moroccan inspired patterns have me daydreaming of summer. The collection also features coordinating stickers, rub ons, and stamps. Available now from Two Peas.
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I’m completely taken with these pocket workbooks by Dozi. The patterns are fun and modern (eep…look at the cute birdies!), and I still can’t get enough of the teal and chartreuse. $9.00 each over at Dozi’s Etsy shop.
images from Dozi
Indie Fixx recently launched Feed Your Soul, a project that focuses on the positive during these not so positive economic days. Every month, Indie Fixx will share free art from artists that have been invited to create prints for the project. This months artists are Samantha Hahn, Jessica Gonacha, and Indie Fixx’s own Jen Wallace.
Just seeing this generosity lifts my spirits! Find out more about Feed Your Soul and, if you’re an artist, see how you can contribute over at Indie Fixx.
images from Indie Fixx