Paw Prints — Review

Is it a planner? Or a notebook? Could be both!

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

Scrib blogged about the Stálogy 018 1/2 year notebook/planner a few weeks ago (see here), but let me share my thoughts.

Unlike Scrib, I am a bit of a planner nerd. I do like to plan my days and I have a vertical, week to view, A5 planner on my desk where both appointments and planning are time-boxed. The Stálogy isn't really like that. I mean, it could be like that, if you wanted it to be, because the joy of the notebook/planner is that it's pretty free-form. There are markings to indicate the time, day, date etc, but they're also faint enough that you can just ignore them entirely.

Essentially, this is one of the most flexible planners/notebooks I've come across.

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Rhodia Rhodiarama... or is it a Webbie?

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

I don't know the answer to that. Sometimes Rhodia calls their notebooks 'Webbies' (webnotebooks) but the branding on the one I'm wittering about today is Rhodiarama...

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Stalogy 016 notebooks

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

At last! Stu has finally taken heed of one of my pleas!

A gazillion years ago, when I was wittering about my writing notebooks (you can see the post here) I bemoaned the fact that Nero didn't sell B5 notebooks. Well, only 2 years later, Nero does! And what a notebook they are too!

Enter the magnificent Stalogy 016 notebooks, available in green, blue, yellow, grey, red, or black covers.

These Stalogy 016 are one of my top notebooks. In fact, probably my favourite B5 notebook of all time. I accept they're a tad large for a pocket notebook, or even for a general carry-around notebook (oh, just buy a bigger bag!), but as a project book or on the desk, they are superb.

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Lochby dot-grid notebook

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

A couple of weeks ago, I reviewed the Lochby Field Journal (you can see the review here, plus Scrib waxed lyrical about it last week). This week, I'm going to have a look at the notebook that came enclosed within the Field Journal. You can buy all the different Lochby notebooks at Nero's - plaindot grid and ruled. The one that came with my Field Journal was a dot grid notebook.

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Off.Lines

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

It's a paradox - but this analogue beauty sits best in with the digital. At my writing desk, the last things I need are individual sheets of note paper. I’m a notebook sort of guy.

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