August 6, 2014
Notebooks can be used for more than just taking notes. So get creative with your Roaring Spring notebooks this upcoming semester by trying out some (or all!) of the following ways to use a notebook.
1. Note cards
Save some money and a trip to the store. You can cut note cards out of your notebook paper. The paper is already lined and ready to go for all of your memorization needs.
2. Art Journal
Whether you sketch, doodle, paint, color or collage, a notebook can serve as your backdrop. Practice your techniques or create an inspiration notebook with photos of art you admire.
If you’re looking for a place to paste your memories without buying a scrapbook, a notebook is a great substitute. Arrange your photos, ticket stubs, stickers and mementos on a notebook page instead.
4. Paper crafts
You don’t always have to write in a notebook either. Get your craft on and make anything from intricate origami to something as simple as a paper airplane.
5. To-do lists
Sometimes you can’t keep everything memorized in your head and run out of space in your planner. Write down what you need to do each day and feel accomplished as you cross items off.« View all Blog entries