This week’s addict calls himself a “hoarder!” Yet he also has a generous spirit in his addiction: “I typically give most of these away, especially the Moleskines, to students as they want to write in what I’m writing in. I do journaling with them also so we kinda compete.”
From top left:
A three pack of pocket notebooks from Target in box
1 Moleskine pocket notebook
1 Rhodia Notebook, staple bound
2 Clairfontaine 1951 notebooks, a black and blue
1 Fabriano sketch notebook
2 Large Rhodia notebooks, staple bound, black and yellow lined
1 Scout Notebook with “Squishy” from Monsters University on its cover
1 3-pack of Doane Utility notebooks-black
Moleskines (1 japanese album, small notebook unlined, cahier kraft, 2 packs of large notebooks, all lined, in black and blue, below that are Kraft unlined medium sized, 2 3-packs of Kraft an unlined and lined X-Large, which they don’t make anymore apparently. A Lego Moleskine with Jango Fett attached, 1 White lined notebook hardbound, one Black unlined hardbound).
3 Leuchtturm 1917 notebooks, hardboound
3 different sized Apica notebooks
3 unnamed notebooks given to me by my wife for christmas. Have to do some research into these.
2 Cottonwood sketch books (Top one has a Think Geek monkey sticker)
1 red Piccadilly soft cover journal
1 sketch book with robot sticker
1 Staples brand notebook (given to me as a gift)
1 package of blank books by Lakeshore, staple bound and 2 hardcovers ( I used these for gifts to my nieces and nephews).
See the original post at Rene’s blog. Thank you for sharing your addiction (and your notebooks) Rene!