Stationery Picks – Get Organised This Autumn!


I often feel energised in September. For me, I have my kids starting and back to school and I also start my university year myself, so it feels like a new year and fresh start. In fact, I really don’t like actual New Year and January, whereas I feel motivated and organised in September. This is my time! Now to get organised, paper and stationery are clearly needed, right?! OK, here are a few autumnal beauties available now to help you feel fresh, upbeat and on it.

We’ll start with a fine selection of notebooks, as there’s sure to be one here to tempt you…

John Lewis are now stocking Chase and Wonder, and I love the design of this Hot Air Balloon Notebook

I love Rhodia dot grid notebooks, and I particularly like the Rhodia Rhodiarama in taupe over at Spotlight Stationery, the taupe and orange has a lovely autumnal feel….

The hardback Paperblanks Allegro Ultra Lined Notebook over at Waterstones just screams autumn and is waiting to be filled with this season’s plans, thoughts and ideas…

This motivational Dream Big and Dare notebook from Notebook Love will inspire with seasonal colours…

Or go metallic and edgy this autumn with these gorgeous Leuchtturm 1917 hardback notebooks, in squared, dotted, lined or plain

I’m sure one of those notebooks will suit you, so here’s a few accessories that you’ll need to go with it, starting with a useful productivity workbook.

Get cracking with this handy workbook to increase your productivity, filled with templates and tips, the Make it Happen workbook over at Got 2 Jot…

Pen Heaven share a great blog about pens to assist handwriting and new writers, with suggestions of starter pens. This Platinum Plaisir Fountain pen ticks lots of boxes…

http://www.penheaven.co.uk/platinum-plaisir-fountain-pen-yellow-medium-nib

To brighten up your desk, add these handy accessories from Kikki K, The Time is Now stationery kit

The Sanctuary collection at Wilko caught my eye, and I particularly like the stationery set…

Send a little snail mail and make someone’s day with these Autumn Woodland cards over at Purple Watermelon on Etsy…

And finally, I adore this sweet Autumn Fox washi tape by GardlandRoom over on Etsy…

I don’t know about you, but I’m now itching to go stationery shopping! What’s caught your eye?

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6 thoughts on “Stationery Picks – Get Organised This Autumn!

  • Louise Houghton

    Ooh I feel exactly the same about September into Autumn, much more fun than New Year. I love the change of the season and all the new possibilities and then the run up to Christmas. Fab stationery too, especially like the Autumn Fox Washi tape and the Dream Big and Dare book. Great selection.x

  • Sarah Pearce

    I absolutely adore autumn…is that obvious from my recent Instagram posts! ;o)
    As much as I love the summer sun, I don’t enjoy the temperatures, so autumn is always a pleasure for me with much cooler days and I’m never more comfortable than being able to wear big coats, jumpers and boots again. Like you I’m not a huge fan of New Years, whereas autumn feels like much more of a changing point and it ignites an energy in me to start things afresh. I love autumn colours, we’re definitely making sure we squeeze in a trip to the New Forest to see the changing colours of the trees at least once this season, maybe a few National Trust properties too.
    As for stationery, don’t even get me started, I love that Fox washi tape! I’m already planning my next few snail mail letters in my head and how I can autumn-ise them…and then there’s Halloween…I can’t wait!

    • Jocelyn Post author

      Oh, the New Forest will be stunning in autumn, won’t it? I do like to see the changing colours. Happy autumn-ising your snail mail! x

  • Angela Webster

    I am exactly the same this time of year, I feel so much more organised and love implementing new routines and schedules. I am lusting after the new metallic Leuchtturms and the colours of the Rhodia notebooks oh my !