As much as we've moved our lives over to the virtual digital realm, there are still times when we need to write something out by hand. The Fjader Pen ($40) is a fine choice for the job, with an included stand and a clean, modern design that recalls an old school feather pen — in fact, the word fjader means "feather" in Swedish, and is probably also the name of a kickin' dinette set from Ikea. [Thanks, Colin]
No matter what your day brings you, you can rest assured that you've got the tools to tackle it with the Doane Daily Arsenal Kit ($66). This 21-piece set includes every single stationery product from Doane's grid+lines collection, including large and small writing pads, a flap jotter, two utility notebooks, large and small idea journals, and, of course, pens and pencils. Sure, you could pick out all of this stuff separately, but face it: you're way too lazy for that.
If the slim black cover of your Moleskine notebook simply isn't cutting it for you, perhaps you should consider a Billykirk Journal ($145). Looking like a relic from a forgotten age when penmanship was still more important than typing speed, this high-end journal cover is hand stitched from tan leather, with a clever pencil-loop closure and dimensions that make it just right for standard Moleskine notebooks.