This week’s addict counted all the various notebooks she is using currently for various notes and lists– she counted ten, eight of which are in the photo below. I’d love to know how many more she has that aren’t in current use because they are filled up, or waiting to be. Quite an […]
From yesterday’s New York Times Business section: PAPER still matters. The frequent whirring of printers in offices — despite the Internet, Microsoft Word, social media, scanners, smartphone apps and PDF files — attests to that. We may use less of it than we once did, but reading and writing on paper serves a function that, […]
There are lots of people out there who are passionate about organizing their lives using the GTD (Getting Things Done) method with Moleskine notebooks. Here’s one person’s technique: The first part of my system begins with my weekly tasks page. This is the big rocks I have to get done this week. The two […]
Some interesting thoughts on using non-digital tools for productivity: How Analog Rituals Can Amp Your Productivity :: Tips :: The 99 Percent. But my favorite part is this image!
Another post about notebooks from The Simple Dollar, a blog about personal finance, self-improvement and frugal living. (Featured before in this post.) Trent talks about how he uses his “Idea Notebook,” including these tips, which he expands upon in the original post: I simply keep a small pocket notebook in my pocket at all times. […]
Some very good points about why it’s still worth using paper and pen in the internet age, from Alice Seba at Contentrix: In today’s digital world we don’t rely on paper and pen very much. But personally, I love my handy-dandy notebook and pen for my online business for a few reasons: Writing things down […]
Do you start the year by setting up a new notebook or planner? What’s your method? Dustin at Stepcase Lifehack shares his steps for starting a new Moleskine for 2010: Since I make a big deal about using a Moleskine (or similar notebook) as an always-with-you productivity tool, I thought I’d share exactly how I […]
I really enjoyed this two-part tour through Inkyjournal’s various Moleskines, used for a variety of work and personal things. Lots of photos! Read more at Inkyjournal – reviews of fountain pens, notebooks, moleskine and ink: how I use moleskine.
Check out this tutorial on how to make a sort of Hipster PDA out of a Moleskine. I’m not sure how I’d like having those rings interfering with the front cover lying flat, but I like the way this adds a removable/ refillable element to the Moleskine, and the ability to flip it to the […]
Among their other favorite workspace tools, these are the top picks for note-taking: Paper and Note-Taking Tools Despite our zest for technology, pen and paper is still Lifehacker readers’ favorite note-taking tool. Let’s take those notes in style. Moleskine Notebooks: We take our note-taking very seriously around these parts, so it’s no surprise that we’re […]