Lifehacker recently asked readers to do some show and tell with their notebooks: “Sometimes, there’s just no substitute for the flexibility that paper notebooks offer. Maybe that’s just how you keep notes or maybe your paper notebook is a holding place on the way to digital storage. Either way, we’d like to see your favorite […]
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!
Julie emailed me a link to a blog post she wrote about how she’s always been a collector of one thing or another, but usually those collections are just passing fancies. However, she notes, “notebooks are a different story.” I love notebooks. Not only are they useful but they are so pretty too. They combine […]
… 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, […]
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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 […]
Zequenz is a Thai notebook brand. (Interesting tidbit: their parent company, Zenith Paper, started out making traditional Mulberry paper products.) When I first saw their notebooks, I have to admit I wasn’t that excited– they looked kind of like the thicker sizes of the Miquelrius Flexible Notebooks, and also a lot like a notebook I […]