Does anyone know where I can find lined stationery?

Does anyone know where I can find lined stationery? Topic: Ways to write on black paper
June 17, 2019 / By Amon
Question: Does anyone know where I can find casual lined stationery? I like to write thank you notes, so I would like to have matching envelopes if possible. I have a really hard time writing on paper without lines, and my writing is hard to read also, so the lines really help me. Thank you.
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Titty Titty | 8 days ago
This site has some pretty cool designs! http://www.finestationery.com/search.cfm... I kind of liked this and I think it matches what you're asking for: http://www.finestationery.com/product.cf... Also, but less cute: http://www.americanstationery.com/shoppi... What I would do is find some thinner stationary and use notebook paper or use the thicker stationary and print out a page with very bold and dark black lines that would show through. That way your writing looks better, but without you looking like you need lines to write. Good luck!
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Titty Originally Answered: Will I find someone?
i think you will! i dont think finding a partner is all about loooks...because looks fade while personalities do not! you just need to find a girl that can appreciate these things! there's someone out there do not worry!

Rubie Rubie
Chose something you like. Draw dark lines on a second sheet of paper or an index card. Slip the "cheater" behind the sheet of paper or into the envelope and you will be able to see the lines as you write. The results will be that you are extremely level handed!
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Neilina Neilina
But have you tried Dollar Tree or somethin of the equivalent? My mom and I frequent the Dollar Tree and she has come away with some really nice stationary products--she's actually purchased several stationary sets with cards and paper in them and, of course, matching envelopes. What she just recently bought has flowers of different varieties on it. Pluse, you can't really beat the price in this economy--$1 for 8 notecards and envelopes or you can purchase a pad of stationary with like 60 sheets in it for $1 and get a seperate box of matching envelopes--16 for $1. If all else fails, check the stationary department at your local Wal-Mart, Target, or equivalent store. Good luck!!
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Lou Lou
This site has some lined paper. http://www.squidoo.com/KidsPrintables or This site has lined paper and you can print out an extra sheet and make your own envelope. http://www.mintprintables.com/stationary... http://www.mintprintables.com/envelope-i... Mugsie!
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Lou Originally Answered: Should I find another job?
I feel for you. My first job out of college was selling display space for a local newspaper, and I didn't like it much. I hated making cold calls. As you have no doubt discovered, advertising sales is totally unlike retail sales. Sure, it helps to be personable and articulate, but you are selling something intangible. A lot of customers have a problem dealing with that. (sigh) If you are willing to stick it out, here are some things you might consider doing. LEADS: Find out where your prospects are currently advertising. Study their ads; study your competition. If you feel as though the prospect would be better off with your station or advertising medium, be prepared to discuss why. See if you can get a hold of a rate card from your competitors. The more you know about their rate strucuture and services, the better. For instance, you may discover that while your competition offers lower rates, it requires that the client pays for production. How does this compare with how your company does business? If you are able to land an appointment, try to go in with a sample ad. Show your customer how it might look in your publication, or be able to tell them the time slot you recommend it be broadcast. The more "tangible" you can make their ad, the better your chance of selling them. When I sold ads, I made it a practice to write and design the ad before I met with the client. This accomplished two things: it gave the client an idea of how their ad would look in my publication and it underscored my enthusiasm to work with them. Finally, keep in mind that your prospects receive dozens of calls from ad reps every week. So you need to be able to tell not only your own story, but you need to be able to explain why you are better than alternative media: are you more cost efficient? Is your media more targeted to THEIR customers? Do you offer free advertising services that they might otherwise have to pay for? Are you able to offer discounted rates on a contract basis? Do you reach a wider audience? The better you understand your prospective clients AND their customers, the more successful you will become. It sounds like you are already doing a lot of research, and I've no doubt that you have the tenacity to want to make this opportunity work out. I hope it does - if that is where your heart is at. At any rate, good luck with your baby.

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