Lately I’ve been obsessed with the Design*Sponge series – What’s in your toolbox? They’ve interviewed designers, illustrators, and all sorts of cool people! I love finding out about the best products to use for each task and finding out new ones that I’ve seen before.
Check out the colored pencils on her scarf! From Hanneli Pac Man Notebooks! I want these Moon Walker from Upon a Fold! ‘One small piece of paper for man, one giant leap for mankind’ Playing with colors! On Sketch-Books Great strategies for marking different items
Beautiful notebook covers from a designer that makes ties! More pics at Notebook Stories I want tetris shelves! A blog full of paper creations on Upon a Fold Coveted office scenery on Simple Desks A whole office made from pallets! On Recyclart Glowing globes on
A cute way to make a bucket list on Have an Epiphanie Make a pencil case out of chip bag? Sounds greasy but cool! On Sustain Lane Marbelize Paper tutorial on Skip To My Lou. A very 80s looking totelocker on the Rubbermaid Blog Can
The most beautiful collection of vintage office stuff that you can buy! Visit Office Party on Etsy Check out pics from The Office set on OfficeTally. (Plus watch the new office episode on Hulu!) Wall-eeeeeee. The cutest little student I’ve ever seen. View more pics
Deliver the mail with your mail messenger bag! Found on Well Appointed Desk buy on 25togo! 11 Signs you’re a bad boss on Bob Sutton’s Blog Read about business style changing for career women in the last decade in this New York Times article Trash
A few days ago I saw the term “invisible hoarder” on the Rubbermaid blog and I’ve been thinking about it ever since. Back up a few weeks and I was visiting my brother and sister n law in Baltimore. While I was there, they showed