August 7th, 2012

Best Invention Ever: AquaNotes

I am at that point in my life where I have enough going on (and of course, I am getting a little older), that my memory doesn’t work like it used to. I have to write things down almost as soon as I think of them. I usually do this on my iPhone using one of my favorite apps, Evernote, or in my Reminders app. But I always have a pen and paper nearby, too for those times that my phone is dying (it happens too often), I am on a flight during take-off or landing (great ideas happen then!), or when paper is just quicker because it is already in front of me.

But none of these things work in the shower. Enter AquaNotes, the waterproof paper pad and pencil with suction cups to hang on your shower wall. This is brilliant and it works really, really well. I have a tendency to think about my upcoming day, the things I need to accomplish, the things I want to accomplish and ways to accomplish all of that in one day. Inevitably, I have things I want to remember, but by the time I get out of the shower and to my phone or paper, I have forgotten. This is why AquaNotes is so great: you can jot those ideas and thoughts down right away before you forget. I love them. Best invention ever.

One thought on “Best Invention Ever: AquaNotes

  1. Very, very cool! I have lost too many brilliant ideas between the water shutting off and getting to a pad of paper. This is a wonderful solution. I love it!!

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