The last Wednesday in April is World Stationery Day. What better day to look for some unique, fair trade writing paper?
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While email and texting have become more or less ubiquitous, there is something charming about sending and receiving hand-written notes and letters. Maybe it's the personalized nature of reading your loved ones' handwriting. Perhaps it's being able to hold their words in your hands. Then again, it's probably both!
There are a number of fair trade options when it comes to stationery and journals. Ten Thousand Villages sells a wide array of paper products and office supplies. Not on the High Street is based in the UK and curates products from several small businesses. You can also check out End Slavery Now's new fair trade stationery Pinterest page for more inspiration by clicking the button above!
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