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Write Your Thoughts in the Shower? YES you can!!

Most moms would agree that there is one place in the home where you can disappear (well, mostly) without being hounded to death. Yep, the bathroom. Although I do remember little toes peeking from under the door and "are you done yet"? coming from my kids when they were little. I finally had to tell them hey - unless there is a fire or someone is bleeding, if the bathroom door is shut you can wait! So for many moms, relaxing in a hot shower or bubble bath is a true luxury and maybe even when we get our best thinking done. But what do you do if you suddenly have an idea for new pillows or things you need to put on your shopping list for the holidays? AquaNotes is a notepad that you can use near the water because the paper is waterproof! What a neat idea!


AquaNotes in action! In my tub!


The cute little pad is held in place in your shower, tub, or by the sink with little suction cups and has 40 3.5" x 5.25" sheets to get your thoughts down. It also comes with a pencil which is held in place also by a suction cup so that you'll have "no more great ideas down the drain!" Another neat thing is that AquaNotes products are recyclable, environmentally friendly and non-toxic. They're also great for putting on your boat and for people who work outside in the weather, really anywhere where regular paper would get soggy and ruined. I'm even thinking for notes inside lunchboxes where there can be moisture and condensation and regular paper gets soggy.




Check out AquaNotes because they are one of our amazing sponsors for the Home for the Holidays Giveaway Blog Hop! Next week you will get the chance to win one of your very own AquaNotes! Of course, if you can't wait you can always order one from AquaNotes directly!

We received a complimentary sample of the above mentioned product to facilitate this review. No monetary compensation was received and all opinions are those of the owners and editors of Artsy Chaos.

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