Notebook Addict of the Week: Stefanie

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. You should see the shelf of notebooks I have collected over the years, oh wait! You can, sort of:


I couldn’t get all of them in the photo, the shelf stretches off to the left out of the frame for almost the same length that is in the photo. The vertical pile on the right are unused notebooks waiting their turn. You are looking up at them because they are on a high shelf in a closet. They are in a closet not because I don’t want them to be seen, but because I don’t have enough shelf space outside of the closet on which they might reside.

You can read the rest of the post, which includes a video of someone comparing Moleskine and Leuchtturm, and a lot of comments discussing notebook brands and usage, at A Ramble on Notebooks | So Many Books. Check out the rest of her posts about books, too!

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

  1. Love your blog header photo! I’m currently using a Clairefontaine notebook and find the paper to be very smooth. It takes fountain pen ink nicely and my Lamy Safari really likes it. I recently got a Leuchtturm and am looking forward to giving that one a try!

  2. That’s what reminded me of my old room when I was younger, when I had so many books, sketchbooks and lined books that I did not know what to do with them. So I had either thrown them out or gave them to children I knew who could have had a better use for them than I did.

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