Flash Post: Brain Drain


What It Is: A waterproof notepad you can stick up in your shower or tub to jot down those flashes of brilliance you come up with during those precious moments when you’re soaking up some hot water in the morning or evening. Beyond the obvious brilliance of being able to write in wet conditions (even underwater, should a brainwave come while swimming or snorkeling), this snappy product earns bonus points for being eco-friendly – it’s both recyclable, and uses soy-based inks to get your thoughts down.
Who It’s For: Your creatively-minded friend that’s an aspiring novelist / playwright / advertising guru and always has a pad of paper on them. Your forgetful parents to leave reminders for them first thing in the morning. Your sweetheart, so you can write a love note for you (or the kids) as a soggy surprise.
What It Costs: A single pad is $7 (with about $5.95 shipping to Canada) while a five-pack is $28 (stocking stuffers!).
Where It’s At: The AquaNotes website, where you can also purchase some other brain-friendly pads like word searches or mazes.

Comments
4 Responses to “Flash Post: Brain Drain”
  1. Zen says:

    This is a great idea! I need to get me one of those; so many ideas lost while in the shower.

  2. Emilia Turner says:

    Great idea the aquanotes, #cgg

  3. Susan says:

    What fun — like the idea of leaving a note in an unexpected place! #CGG

  4. Travis says:

    I get so many aha moments in the shower. This is what I have been looking for. Thanks for the post.

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