This week’s addict is another Filofax fanatic. LJ recently moved and unpacked not only a TON of Filofax binders and inserts, but some official Filofax cabinetry that they’re stored in! Wow. Just… wow. See lots more at LJ’s Blog of Stuff: Move Complete.
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This week’s addict is a blogger you all should know: Laurie from Plannerisms. Check out her fabulous collection, comfortably (but crowdedly)housed in its own bookcase: She points out: Note that this bookcase is nearly 6 feet tall. Also notice most shelves are two rows deep. Man, that’s a lot of notebooks and planners! One of [...]
This week’s addict has quite a stack of Filofaxes! She also admits to having quite a few other notebooks and agendas, and says these are all unused. She also shows off this rather luscious-looking Hermès agenda! See more at Sheapup’s Flickr photostream.
One of the benefits of writing this blog is that I find out about interesting products I would otherwise never hear about. One such product is this Tom Bihn Field Journal Notebook, which the manufacturers sent me to review. It’s a neat little notebook and bag all in one! The bag is about the size [...]
Here’s a look at a couple of notebooks I couldn’t resist buying at Kinokuniya, a store in Manhattan that specializes in books, movies, stationery and other Japanese items. The first is a quite unique notebook, made by Pilot and branded “THE-II” on the front. The cover is a very retro leather-textured plastic: But here’s what [...]
This week’s notebook addict has the distinction of being our first Filofax addict: This is a particularly hard to justify form of notebook addiction– after all, a Filofax is a durable, refillable binder: you can’t “use it up” the way you can with other bound notebooks and journals. 10 Moleskine-type notebooks might not seem like [...]
Here’s the kind of headline I like to see: Create a notebook for saving money: In previous columns, I’ve mentioned organizing recipes and coupons, creating a price book to track product prices, a garden journal and menu planning. A frugal notebook is a place to organize all these useful tools. It’s easy to put together [...]