Notebook Addict of the Week: Cassie

I love it when I get emails that begin like this: “My name is Cassie, and I’m a notebook addict. I’m sending you some pictures of my collection.”

Here’s what Cassie has to say:

I love, love, love notebooks. I’ve been scribbling ever since I could hold a pen, and keeping a journal seriously since I was fourteen. The first picture is my whole collection – pretty much every notebook I have, minus a few here and there that have gone missing. The second picture is the series of books I have filled with journalling over the past ten years. The third picture is five notebooks I’m currently using: I have a quote journal, a regular day-to-day journal, a gratitude journal, a five-year diary that I write just a few lines in every day, and a notebook that holds a list of books I want to read. Quite a few of the notebooks in my collection are empty – I can’t resist buying a pretty new one when I see it. 🙂 A couple of my favorites are two handmade books that my friend made for me in a book-binding class, and the tiny little blue one that was my husband’s diary when he was ten. 🙂

Great collection, Cassie! Thank you for sharing it with us!

2 thoughts on “Notebook Addict of the Week: Cassie”

  1. In the middle picture, did the blank journal on the very right of the bottom row come from Procter and Gamble? The artwork resembles their former man-in-the-moon trademark.

  2. Cassie,
    I was truly struck by how many ways we can use a journal or notebook for so many purposes in our lives, to help bring awareness and gratitude while reading your post and looking at the photos.
    I love all the different formats you use for different purposes. It really keeps it organized. 🙂

    I have chosen your post, Notebook Addict of the Week: Cassie, for the #JournalChat Pick of the Day for 2/11/11, for all things journaling on Twitter.

    I will post a link on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and my blog, Refresh with Dawn Herring.

    You’re welcome to follow my @JournalChat account for all things journaling on Twitter.

    Thanks again for giving us a peek into your journaling life.

    Be refreshed,
    Dawn Herring
    JournalWriter Freelance
    @JournalChat on Twitter for all things journaling

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