When it comes to keeping a diary, I can honestly say I suck. I use my diary as an organizer, to tell me where I’ve gotta be or what I’m doing or when I need to eat lunch.. anyway I kept a ‘proper’ diary when I was around 14, my goodness it was filled with teenage angst, I’m talking the typical type, that you don’t actually think exists, but alas it totally does. I could insert some examples but I’ll save you pain of the constant wining..
So a few weeks ago when I received this cool, simple diary in the post I wasn’t really sure what to expect. I had heard of them & when I did a little digging I found this feature on them, so I was super intrigued to open mine!
Filled with witty questions, smirk worthy doodles and silver lined pages, Keels Simple diary is pretty fun.
In the eyes of Phillip Keel, her reckons there are three reasons why most people, although they have tried, won’t keep a diary:
1. Not every day is very eventful.
2. It actually takes a lot of discipline to write.
3. In retrospect, many find what they have written embarrassing.
I say? he’s totally right.. so for £10 you can get your hands one from Taschen’s site, The Tate or Urban Outfitters.
Oh and don’t worry they come in an array of cool solid colours, just in case pink isn’t your thing.
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