There are few things that I’m enjoying right now and are making my life better and I thought it would be nice to share them.
1. OneNote. I love to use it for saving stuff to read later, it works similarly to Evernote but it’s completely free and its button on Feedly doesn’t require a Pro account. I like to save articles and blog posts during the week, in order to be able to read them during my free time.
2. Lamy Safari + Leuchtturm. I finally found the perfect combo for my daily journaling practice. I love the way my new fountain pen writes on Leuchtturm paper (I have an A5 notebook with dotted paper and black cover) and I even started dusting off my cursive, unused since middle school (LOL).
3. Netflix. Once again it makes its way on my list, but you have no idea how much I wanted this subscription and it helped me a lot to achieve my goal to watch more movies rather than TV shows this month. I’m going to share the list of the ones I watched in my next post, stay tuned!
4. PDF Converter. You have no idea how many companies contacted me in the past to promote random things for them (underpants, a mattress…just to name a few), so I wasn’t very excited when Cometdocs.com reached me out to test their PDF Converter app. Long story short, this app saved my (academic) life multiple times during the last few weeks and now I’m very glad I’ve decided to partner with Cometdocs, I even made my dad downloading it! You can read my article about the app here if you’re interested.
5. #HarreadPotter. This hashtag is a new “challenge” started on Bookstagram to reread (or read for the first time) all the Harry Potter books this year. There is also the option to join a private group on Instagram, but I decided to just read the books and I’m so happy. It’s unbelievable how many things I’ve forgotten about the story, mostly because I tend to remember the movies better.
6. Breathe magazine. I discovered this magazine a couple of weeks ago and I purchased the digital edition of the last number to read on my tablet (because the paper one was too expensive for me) and I’m loving it! After stopping to read Vanity Fair in high school and a couple of history magazines during the first years at University, I haven’t found something affordable that I actually enjoyed. Breathe contains so many interesting articles that I almost forget I’m reading it on a tablet, almost…because how good is the smell of a printed magazine??
Here is the link to Anne’s linkup.