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Why a digital notebook is great to have

The Bamboo Spark from Wacom has really been helpful for me and I’ve been having this little gadget for a few months now. I did write about receiving it in another post that you can find here. As I covered the basic functions of the Bamboo spark in my first post I wanted to talk about all the great things it has been helping me with these past months. Some might find that a digital notebook isn’t something special, but let me tell you. It really is! At least this one.

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Working as a full time blogger means that I have a lot of things to keep track on, and a lot of things that I have to do myself. It is everything from guidelines when you are working with a company. To putting down post or story ideas that you have to keep up posting. But, it is of course not ideal for me to bring my computer everywhere to write it down or to take notes. The Bamboo spark on the other hand is very slim and light, which makes it easy to bring wherever you need to go. What also is great is that you can store up to 100 notes on the bamboo spark before you transfer them to a device. So I don’t have to worry about hurrying home to transfer the notes or to bring my ipad or phone with me just because I have taken notes on the Bamboo Spark.

Sometimes i sit in web meetings, or conference calls. And when I do so I can’t, or do not want to take notes on my computer. So the Bamboo spark is perfect since I can transfer all the notes to my devices after. They can also be uploaded to dropbox or Evernote so that I can pull them up on my computer as well. What is really cool about these notebooks is that they take every light stroke so easily and you can create amazing artwork if you’re an artist. I have seen some amazing stuff that Wacom shares on their Instagram from users all over the world. And it makes me wish I was a great artist as well.

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This is a sponsored post in partnership with Wacom and Her Campus Media. I received the product free of charge. All words and opinions are my own.

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