Friday, May 24th, 2013

What would you do with 50 Rhodia Notebooks?

Stephanie

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Let’s go outside the box on this one. If we were to give you 50 of any one Rhodia paper product, which would you choose and what would you do with them? One rule: you can’t keep any of them for yourself.

Wishing everyone a safe and happy holiday weekend!

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24 thoughts on “What would you do with 50 Rhodia Notebooks?

  1. Ooh, this is an easy one!

    I am a stroke survivor and had to relearn to write as part of my rehab. I also am part of a very vital stroke survivor group. I would opt for the Reverse Book to gift to survivors and their caregivers. The flexibility of the format lends itself nicely to this usage.

    Thanks for the “what if” scenario, since it stimulated my own brain. That’s always a good thing for us survivors!

  2. I’d get 50 of the Unlimited Notebooks, then buy 50 Pilot Varisty fountain pens. I’d outfit my daughter’s class with them, along with a partner at the other Montessori school in down, and work out a notebook exchange (kinda a pen-pal deal with notebooks).

  3. As the Executive Director of the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra, I am always looking for resources that may benefit our growing youth program.

    I would select 50 of the N° 16 Spiral Pad (ruled) for use by the young musicians of the LaGrange Symphony Youth Orchestra. The pad would be the perfect size for note taking and reflections garnered during every rehearsal. And the photo of 50 young musicians in black with their orange Rhodia pads would make for great marketing collateral.

  4. Give them to middle school students to develop the habit and discipline of journalling, writing, etc.

  5. Rhodia Top Spiral Bound No. 13

    I am currently in a Nursing and Rehab center. I would give each staff member one so they wouldn’t have to spend their own money for writing at for once this year.

  6. Easy. Webbies, and I would give then out to my middle school writing club. They would love them. I know I do.

  7. That’s almost one per week for a whole year… Hmmm capture every thought and event. Every idea no matter how small. Record the details of music I like and why as I listen to it. Note down sites I visit and why… I hate trying to retrace my steps days later!
    Record the weather at least three times a day for every day of the year.
    Progress on plants growing, birds in the garden.
    The possibilities are endless….

  8. I would give them to all of my talented writer friends to write new stories and poems in!

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