March 31, 2023

Feel like a kid again, but...😛


It's a perfect day to feel like a kid again, but without the hassle of limited personal autonomy, what a treat!
You can delight your inner-child by busting out your crayons and coloring in a new adult activity book or doodling in a journal or notebook. Don't have our journal, activity book, or notebooks? Buy any one of them today and get a second one of them at 20% off with the code COLORING at check out. That means you can get any combo of notebooks, guest books, activity books, or journals and you'll get 20% off one when you buy one at full price!
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Great news, we just finished writing our next forthcoming activity book and it's due in-stock at the end of the April! You'll have to tide yourself over with our existing selection for a few more weeks, though.
GIF via Rosanna Pansino
Need some entertainment while you wait for your journal, notebooks, or activity book to arrive? Check out the newest episode of the Boredwalk podcast! This week I hung out with Josh from our content team and chatted about laundry, baby talk for robots, death rituals, and your answers to recent Questions of the Day. Watch the episode on YouTube or listen on your favorite podcasting platform
Want a few notable March 31st birthdays and historical facts to kick off the weekend? Here are a few...
• Born on this day: actor Ewan McGregor (1971), actor Christopher Walken (1943), actress Rhea Perlman (1948), actress Kate Micucci (1980), composer Johann Sebastian Bach (1685), French philosopher René Descartes (1596), and singer/producer (most often associated with Taylor Swift, fun., and Bleachers) Jack Antonoff (1984) 
 The film The Matrix was released on this day in 1999
 The Eiffel Tower in Paris officially opened on this day in 1889
 The US switched to daylight savings time for the first time on this day in 1918 
OK, that's it for this week! We'll be back here in your inbox on Monday with another email and (hopefully) a fresh customer Q&A! If you'd like to be featured in an upcoming email reply to this and let us know!
Peace, love, and crayons,
P.S. A million thanks for all the (mostly) kind emails about the passing of our beloved cat last week! We miss him terribly and your messages were very appreciated! I'm sorry we haven't been able to individually reply to everyone, but in our defense, literally HUNDREDS, plural, of readers like you dropped us a line. Talk about a sense of overwhelm! We are wildly behind on work now from taking some time off to mourn and trying to catch up. We are back at our desks working on new art and you all can't imagine how much we value and appreciate the awesome people who read our emails and reach out to us! Thank you for reading, sending messages, and generally being the best customers ever!