The best study stationery

We wouldn’t be able to study to the fullest if it wasn’t for cool stationery, so it’s a good thing that buying stationery makes us feel productive and on top of things – even if we haven’t actually started studying yet. This week, 24-30 April, marks National Stationery Week, and the 26th is World Stationery Day, so to celebrate we have found some of the coolest stationery around that will help you study and feel more productive whilst doing so.

Panda Highlighters – Paperchase (£4)

Having colourful revision notes is proven to help you to study better and colour coding can keep your focus and allow you to be a more efficient thinker. Highlighting the most important quotes and points is a great start, and making your notes more colourful can make studying a little more fun (emphasis on ‘little’ here). So why not try some cute highlighters like these panda ones? Their cute little faces are guaranteed to brighten up any study session.

Stop Procrastinating A5 Notepad – ohh deer (£4.95)

When juggling deadlines and exams, it’s always useful to plan out your long day of work ahead of you, and that can be made easier with day planners. Why not check out this A5 perfectly blunt ‘Stop Procrastinating’ pad, which allows you to section everything on your to-do list and prioritise your tasks?

Page Markers – Mustard (£4.95)

When sifting through endless books it can be hard to remember all the important parts you’ve read and what you can actually use; enter page markers. The name is pretty self explanatory, very simple, and underestimated in the world of stationery – they are super handy. And at Mustard, page markers are a whole lot cuter, with a range of markers with everything on them, including dogs, cats, ice-lollies and even cacti.

Busy B Academic Diary 2017/2018 – Paper Ducks (£10.99)

An academic diary is essential for students, and it’s a great way to stay organised throughout the whole year. Running through the academic year from August to August instead of January to December it’s really useful for keeping track of all your deadlines, exams, classes and homework.

Parker Jotter Ballpoint Pen – WH Smiths (£15)

When you’re making a lot of written notes and then continuing to read them repeatedly, you want them to look perfect, so having a good pen is a great way to make sure your notes are looking great. There are luxury pen brands out there with prices that would make every student faint, but Parker is a brand that not only has pens for the rich, but ones more suitable for those who are a bit more strapped for cash – and make you feel fancy at the same time.

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