Review: “Harry Potter” Notepads from Con*Quest Journals
Much like Hermione, there is nothing I love more than organization. However, with a busy schedule like mine, sometimes I fail to keep my own life organized. If I don’t write things down and have them visually laid out for me to see, it’s a guarantee that I will forget a task or project deadline. Thankfully, Con*Quest Journals has me covered!
Con*Quest Journals creates journals, planners, stationery, and stickers to help keep Harry Potter fans like myself organized and on-brand. Today’s focus will be on their notepads. There are three notepads they offer: a standard notepad, a list notepad, and a daily notepad.
First things first – there’s the 5”x7” standard notepad. This notepad features a border filled with magical touches like Polyjuice Potion and Liquid Luck. Like most people during this pandemic, I have been working from home. This notepad has come in handy on several occasions, allowing me to take notes during a meeting. When I’m done, I can rip off the page, pin it on my board, and start again. This notepad is the perfect addition for any wizard’s, witch’s, or Muggle’s workspace.
Next up is the 3 & 1/2″x9″ list notepad. There is nothing I hate more than coming home from a grocery trip and realizing I didn’t buy any of the things that I actually needed. I’ve had list pads in the past to help me create grocery lists, but sometimes they don’t have magnets that allow me to stick them on my fridge. However, I am happy to report that this list pad has a magnet! Not only is it now easily accessible, but it’s also fridge-worthy. It features a magical border with Hogwarts at the bottom and the Accio spell at the top. Now, if only I could Accio my groceries straight to my apartment…
Finally, we have the 8”x10” daily notepad. This notepad is probably my favorite, because I have never seen anything like it before. It’s like the upgraded version of a desk calendar. Not only does it have more than enough space for your to-do list for the day, but it also offers sections for appointments, priority tasks, weather, a meal planner, and even a habit tracker. I’m using my tracker for water intake throughout the day. The notepad is not dated, which is perfect for procrastinators (like me) who forget to purchase a planner in January and realize it is now October. This notepad helps me to channel my inner Hermione, and I love it.
Con*Quest Journals has helped me level up from being unorganized like Neville to a master scheduler like Hermione. These notepads are available to purchase in a pack or individually. Each notepad has 50 pages, so they can definitely keep up with your busy schedule. For our US and Canadian readers, you can go to conquestjournal.com. For our international readers, Amazon has you covered.
A set of Harry Potter notepads was provided by Con*Quest Journals. All opinions belong to the reviewer.