Monday, May 7th, 2012

Every Day Rhodia

Stephanie

We know that some of you use our products every day, and we know that some of you reserve our products for special occasions. Obviously, we’d love everyone to be using as much Rhodia as humanly possible so we were wondering if those of you who use our products on a daily basis might lend us a hand. Sometimes all it takes is giving someone permission to make a mess, to make mistakes, and to use our quality paper for the most mundane tasks imaginable. (Grocery lists, pet goat feeding schedules, hubcap bearing replacement appointments and the like.)

Might you share with us, some of the most seemingly uninteresting ways you use our paper as to alleviate the “fancy paper syndrome” that sometimes is associated with a new pad of our glorious paper?

We’d sure appreciate it.


24 thoughts on “Every Day Rhodia

  1. I always keep a Rhodia notepad in my pocket at work for taking notes on water sample results, tank levels and other work related data. They’re the most durable notepads and are fairly weatherproof. (I work at a chemical plant)

  2. I always keep a Rhodia notepad in my pocket at work for taking notes on water sample results, tank levels and other work related data. They’re the most durable notepads and are fairly weatherproof. (I work at a chemical plant)

  3. I am an exclusively fountain pen user so I have come to appreciate the suitability of Rhodia paper stock for use with fountain pen ink.
    I am a bit of Rhodia Fanboy…

    At home:

    I use a #11 5×5 grid for writing surprise love messages to my wife – I hide them in her lunchbox so that she can find them at work.
    We use a #8 5×5 grid for writing shopping and task lists
    I use a #16 dotpad for sketching plans and layouts for our home renovations.
    I use a #16 blank as A5 paper stock to print up writing sample templates to use with my fountain pen blog.
    I use a #38 5×5 grid as a desk botter.
    We have a #14 lined rule beside the phone for messages
    I use a A6 Web Note Book as a daily carry in my workbag.
    I use a A5 Web Note Book as a journal.

    At the office:

    I use a Four colours lecture book as a daily planner and utilize a Rhodia A4 Meeting Book

  4. I am an exclusively fountain pen user so I have come to appreciate the suitability of Rhodia paper stock for use with fountain pen ink.
    I am a bit of Rhodia Fanboy…

    At home:

    I use a #11 5×5 grid for writing surprise love messages to my wife – I hide them in her lunchbox so that she can find them at work.
    We use a #8 5×5 grid for writing shopping and task lists
    I use a #16 dotpad for sketching plans and layouts for our home renovations.
    I use a #16 blank as A5 paper stock to print up writing sample templates to use with my fountain pen blog.
    I use a #38 5×5 grid as a desk botter.
    We have a #14 lined rule beside the phone for messages
    I use a A6 Web Note Book as a daily carry in my workbag.
    I use a A5 Web Note Book as a journal.

    At the office:

    I use a Four colours lecture book as a daily planner and utilize a Rhodia A4 Meeting Book

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