Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

Who are you?

Stephanie

I am a writer, an artist, I teach personal growth workshops, and I play percussion. I use Webbies to reflect on life, Rhodia Meeting books to plan blog posts, and #8 Bloc Rhodia pads to write out my shopping lists.  I am also quite fond of the various Clairefontaine fine arts papers.

Who are you, and how do you use your Rhodia?

Mandala art by Biffybeans. © All Rights Reserved
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26 thoughts on “Who are you?

  1. I’m a Facilities/Property Manager that has locations west of the Rockies. The Rhodia 11 with pad cover is always in my back pocket to capture information. Add to that a mini black Retro Tornado pencil and I’m set.

    I also use the Rhodia 16 during the day at my desk. When I have drawings I need to develop the 18 is there for me.

  2. I’m a Facilities/Property Manager that has locations west of the Rockies. The Rhodia 11 with pad cover is always in my back pocket to capture information. Add to that a mini black Retro Tornado pencil and I’m set.

    I also use the Rhodia 16 during the day at my desk. When I have drawings I need to develop the 18 is there for me.

  3. I’m a law student/paralegal. I always have a No. 13 pad with me for formal meetings with the firm’s partners, clients, or plain simple doodling in class.

    My No. 13 pad is an absolute necessity when I’m working on a new case or absorbing a text book – I dissect material into portions and simplify each portion into one-liners which goes onto my No. 13 pad to provide me with a good overview later on.

  4. I’m a law student/paralegal. I always have a No. 13 pad with me for formal meetings with the firm’s partners, clients, or plain simple doodling in class.

    My No. 13 pad is an absolute necessity when I’m working on a new case or absorbing a text book – I dissect material into portions and simplify each portion into one-liners which goes onto my No. 13 pad to provide me with a good overview later on.

  5. As a choreographer and dance teacher, I assigned notebooks to various duties: choreography unfinished, finished, teaching notes, ideas for new works. It was always a struggle to find a book that could handle my various fountain pens with various inks. When I discovered Rhodia, I have had a hard time using anything else. Moleskin? It was like tissue.

    As a cancer warrior, I’m also a blogger on advanced breast cancer. Although I write a lot on the computer, I have always had a need to feel pen on paper for ideas and new writing.

    My favorite Rhodia notebooks? I have current favs for specific needs: the Webbie for choreography notes; the reverse for notes from teleconferences and the little #3 for tucking next to my computer and my drawing table, where I write calligraphy and poetry.

    Next week I will probably have different favs, but my absolute style of all is blank.

  6. As a choreographer and dance teacher, I assigned notebooks to various duties: choreography unfinished, finished, teaching notes, ideas for new works. It was always a struggle to find a book that could handle my various fountain pens with various inks. When I discovered Rhodia, I have had a hard time using anything else. Moleskin? It was like tissue.

    As a cancer warrior, I’m also a blogger on advanced breast cancer. Although I write a lot on the computer, I have always had a need to feel pen on paper for ideas and new writing.

    My favorite Rhodia notebooks? I have current favs for specific needs: the Webbie for choreography notes; the reverse for notes from teleconferences and the little #3 for tucking next to my computer and my drawing table, where I write calligraphy and poetry.

    Next week I will probably have different favs, but my absolute style of all is blank.

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