September 9, 2016

Ease the Sting of Resume Writing with Bamboo Spark Smart Notebook

An hour of listening to someone trim their nails. Sitting in traffic for no apparent reason. That person taking a call with their divorce lawyer in the quiet café. What do these things have in common? They are all more pleasurable than writing your resume.

What if we could take the sting out of writing your resume? What if you could freestyle it on paper first, then (like magic) save it to plain text and make minor edits in minutes? Too good to be true? No way.

Here’s how to format and write a resume by hand on a Bamboo Spark smart notebook. Save time by converting your handwriting to text with the Bamboo Spark notes app and quickly export via email. Also compatible with Evernote, Dropbox and other note taking apps.


1. Turn Bamboo Spark on.
2. Open Bamboo Spark notebook and press the center button.
3. Write your name, followed by your contact information.
4. List previous jobs starting with the most recent, dates employed and notable accomplishments.
5. List college or school attended, area of focus and graduation date.
6. List technical skills or additional qualifiers.
7. Push center button to send to Bamboo Spark notes app.
8. Export to text.
9. Send via email.

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