This is a sponsored post in partnership with Wacom and Her Campus Media. All words and opinions are my own.
The Wacom Bamboo Folio was a device I never knew I needed. As I said in a previous post about how to take good notes in college, I am a pen and paper girl all the way. When I first got my Macbook, I took it with me everywhere and insisted on typing notes on it. Big mistake. I never paid attention in class because I always had texts popping up and Facebook notifications taunting me in the background. Spoiler: I have no self control. So I resorted to taking notes on paper and limiting distractions during class. Life was good. Until the Bamboo Folio came into my life.
At first, I was thinking, what the heck do I really need this for? Then I got it set up and started using it. HOLY CRAP GUYS. It’s so cool and so easy to use and I can’t wait to tell y’all how it changed my note-taking game.
The coolest thing about the Bamboo Folio is that it’s just like writing on pen and paper. There’s honestly no difference. I write my notes just like I normally do, but I can push a button and instantly have those notes on my phone, export them as a PDF, and be able to search through them on my computer.
And I love the super cute Bamboo Duo Essential Stylus + Pen which allows me to take notes or write in my planner and then tap on my iPhone without even putting my pen down. It’s wonderful and I feel like a #trueprofessional.
When I make study guides, I typically will have to re-type or handwrite my notes in a prettier way so I can, uh, actually study from them. Now that the Bamboo Folio is in my life, I can write the notes ONE TIME and spend more of my energy actually studying instead of constantly re-writing.
Like I said, this is the one product that I never knew I needed. How do you think this would change your note-taking game?
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