I’ve yet to visit the Muji store in New York, but I used to go to one in London sometimes and always liked it. I never bought any notebooks there, but this is a great review of one: the Chronotebook, which offers a whole new way of looking at a daily planner. Each page spread [...]
I was in Paris this past weekend. Though I was trying to squeeze a lot of sight-seeing into a short trip, of course I tried to look for notebooks! I didn’t come across too many stationery stores, but I did find one place that was selling Moleskines, in what I think is considered part of [...]
Artist Jane LaFazio talks to voiceofsandiego.org: Do you have a place where you like to work? Do you ever pack it up and take your work outside? If so, what do you take with you? I mostly work in my studio at home. A messy place all my own. Sometimes, in the evening, I’ll stitch [...]
Some thoughts on keeping a notebook from Jay Montville: on one for the blogs I read recently, the author (who shall remain nameless not because I’m trying to protect her, but because I can’t find the link, so I don’t actually remember her name) said that journalling is not writing. *gasp*! I know! Because most [...]
Available on Etsy, some lovely leather-bound journals. Some are quite embellished, but I like the look of the plain brown leather ones the best. And at $17, these seem very reasonably priced. You can even get free monogramming!
Here’s a quote from an article in the Tehran Times: What to do if you don’t like school Another good idea is to write down your feelings about school in a journal. You can use a journal or diary or just write in an ordinary notebook. It’s a great way to let out emotions that [...]
… which can be blank, of course! Via Boing Boing.
A review of several popular notebook brands, including the Moleskine.
“I love an empty notebook; it’s possibility without reservation.” A reporter talks about his favorite pads.
Thoughts on celebrity notebooks from the Quo Vadis blog. Funny to see that everyone has a blog now. I used to use Quo Vadis planners for a couple of years when I was in college. I loved them, but who would have guessed I’d be reading their blog 20 years later!