Notebook Addict of the Week: Acacia

This week’s addict was another submission by email. She writes:


My name is Acacia and I am a notebook addict! I buy them at every opportunity and covet them unabashedly. I write in them as journals, books of stories, collections of poems and quotes I like, but I am a faithless lover. The lure of a new notebook means that I rarely complete a notebook before starting another.

Another colorful collection with a lot of variety! (Cool old typewriter, too…) I thought the orange one to the left might be a Rhodia at first, but looking closer I suspect it may be a Rollbahn. The orange one in the middle might be Rhodia, though. Other than that, I think I spot a few Moleskines, and the distinctive orange bookmark of a HandBook Journal, but I don’t recognize the other brands.

Thanks for sharing your addiction, Acacia!

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2 Responses to “Notebook Addict of the Week: Acacia”

  1. It is great to see another addict who uses her notebooks to collect poems and quotes! I have collected quotes (and later, poems) in my notebooks since elementary school. Currently, I have a dedicated commonplace book as well as separate notebooks for poems and short quotes.

  2. Some of the journals are Adler for B&N, a Thomas Paul journal, Hammerpress letterpress, a handmade book by Jerry Phillips, Asian blank books, o-check and Russell & Hazel.

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