Aside from notebooks, one of my other great loves is books. So I completely identified with this week’s addict’s linking of the two : Bookish people tend to like books with words already in them as well as books that are blank and waiting to be filled by their own hands. I know I do. [...]
Luis emailed me from Brazil. He’s a fan of Zequenz and Moleskine notebooks, as well as Leuchtturm and some other brands I can’t quite identify from this photo of his nicely organized collection. I think I spy some Writersblok notebooks towards the left: Thanks for sharing your addiction, Luis! Obrigada!
… for me and my notebooks! I’ve been posting a little less frequently lately because I’ve been very busy preparing for a move to a new home. My notebooks, of course, are all coming with me, and I’ve been trying to organize them better in the process. For years, I’ve stored them all in shoeboxes, [...]
This week’s addict is Danni, who goes by @KenouniRenashin on Twitter. She sent me a link to this fantastic post exploring her notebook collection: So. Anyone who knows me will know that I adore stationery, specifically notebooks. I think I have, not including all the ones that I’ve filled up, about 90… Photo Number: 1. [...]
This week’s addict emailed me a link to a blog post about her notebook collection, which is featured along with some other bonus items: After coming back from Asia I decided to take picture of all my (current) journals and notebooks + few other things I use when writing and traveling. Of course since [...]
This video has been making the rounds on Facebook and I just love it! Some notebooks and pens make a cameo appearance.
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Today I thought I’d just share some photos of various parts of my notebook collection and where they are scattered around my apartment: Below is a corner of my office where I was going through boxes of notebooks and had stashed some used ones that needed to be put away. There are a few months [...]
Here’s a nice detailed look at one user’s switch from Moleskine to Leuchtturm: Hello Leuchtturm1917, goodbye Moleskine!. The blogger at Recording Thoughts has been using squared Moleskines for a while but started to find the quality inconsistent: Ever since Moleskine moved their production to China every book is a little different than the previous one. [...]
At the Guardian website, Steven Poole takes a look at a Leuchtturm notebook: The most bruited feature of the Leuchtturm, meanwhile, one to which a circular sticker on the cellophane packaging is devoted, is that the paper is “ink proof”. They are not claiming that the mere addition of ink to the pages causes all [...]
I received this snazzy purple Leuchtturm notebook from Christian at notizbuchblog.de quite a while ago and can’t believe I’m only just now getting around to reviewing it. Leuchtturm appeals to many notebook users because of some neat features other brands don’t include: index pages at the front and pre-numbered pages. I sometimes hand-number my notebook [...]