Wish List | The ‘Get Sh*t Done’ Stationary Edition

So this year’s word goal is hard. Some things I didn’t factor into this goal malarkey was 1. I’d be living in house with 5 other wonderful ladies and though I do love them very dearly (we’ve already been through it in just a few short months) they are fantastic at distracting me with gossip and terrible TV sessions. 2. Busy, busy, busy full time job – go figure and 3. apparently my social life taking an upturn (I don’t even recognise myself anymore guys).

As I mentioned in February’s round up, I’m in serious need of a kick up the butt when it comes to organisation, so what better way to do that then invest in some seriously adorable stationary to accompany my productivity at my desk – because apparently I like to kid myself that I’m being productive by looking at stationary websites.

stationary-wish-list-Spring2016

Write Your Tomorrow stationary kit, Kikki-K // ‘I did my best’ pencil case, Paperchase // Aluminium pen pot, Muji // Dirty Dancing quote pencils, Dottie Rocks // ‘Thumbs Up’ sticky note set, Bando // Salmon storage boxes, Paperchase // To Do/To Get Notepad, Nightingale Projects // Escape the ordinary journal, Kate Spade // Cat post-it notes, Kikki-K // Printed notebooks, Oliver Bonas // Numbered paperclips, Tom Dixon

Paperchase and Muji are, as always, killing the game when it comes to their collections, but I’ve also been eyeing up Oliver Bonas and the stationary section of Selfridges too. In terms of aesthetics after a run of getting really into more mimimalist design, I’ve been eyeing up anything in pretty pink pastel shades which give off that dreamy Wes Anderson/Sofia Coppola vibe to my organisation.

Let me know if you have any stationary recs too! I’m always up for finding cool new shops to direct my lust at.

Ria