Getting Organized with the Wacom Bamboo Slate

If there’s one thing that I’m known for among my friends, it’s being the friend who is always on time. I’m the one who is always sending out text messages like this: “Okay, so we’re meeting for dinner, but what time? 6-‘ish’ is not a time!”

I’m always keeping a schedule or two, at the very least. Whether it’s for work, my blog, or a social calendar – staying organized is my top priority. I’m a little type-A, okay? I love having my iPhone calendar and Google calendar maps, but I remember things by writing them down. For this reason, I always keep several different copies of my schedule. I’ll write down plans in my paper planner, then record it in one app, then another app… it’s a little overkill.

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I had the privilege of checking out the Wacom Bamboo Slate tablet, which uses Bluetooth to record all of your notes and store them digitally in your phone! Immediately, I jumped at the chance. It was simple to get started and the tablet syncs with the iPhone app.

 

This first week of November is going to be really busy – my birthday is tomorrow, I have blog posts to publish, and friends visiting from out of town! I used the Bamboo Slate to make a schedule for this upcoming week, from a grocery list to reminders (such as to clean my apartment before guests arrive!). It was easy to sync it up to my iPhone. From there all I needed to do was text it to my friends so we could better organize. No need for a different agenda and two separate apps!

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But because plans change on the fly, I love how the Wacom Inkspace app gives you the chance to edit your notes in the app. As plans changed, I can change notes on the go.

 

Trust me – if you’re any sort of a type-A like I am, the group planner, or everyone’s personal assistant, you definitely need one of these in your life!

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This post is sponsored by Wacom and Her Campus Media. All opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make Haute Tempered possible!

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