Paw Prints

A load of rot!

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

I'm not going to try to persuade you that this is the perfect notebook for the boardroom - but it is, without much doubt, the antithesis to that. Experiencing writer's block? Here's part of a cure!

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Pocket Pens

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

A long time ago, you know, in the before times, people went out. No. Seriously, people would go to other places.Sometimes, they would carry backpacks and messenger bags, chock full of notebooks, pen sleeves and pencil cases. Amongst these heavily laden folk were a shadowy race, known only by the acronym #edc.Every Day CarryThis is a thing. It really is. At one end of the spectrum are people who include everything from automatic weapons to water purifying tablets in their everyday carry (EDC). The central plank of EDC though is curation. What is the best tool for the job, the...

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Nomad's Green Thumb notebook

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

This is either a dream book, or a writer's nightmare...

It's a dream book because it's just so amazing. But it's a writer's nightmare because it implies that all the words you write in it should just be buried.

Weighing all the evidence... it's amazing!

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Heavy Duty by Field Notes

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

This edition will polarise the “Field Nuts”. In fact, if you know where to look, debates already rage.There is one universal opinion, with which I concur. The video is funny.I work really hard to get the new editions across the pond as quickly as possible. Then, Clare holds my personal stash, hostage. It's a terrible torture. In fairness, she does it to keep shipping charges down, so it’s for my benefit. Therefore, I always peruse the web for “hot takes” on new editions, to experience the excitement vicariously. Some Opinion CategoriesTeam Archive Box“Field Notes come in three-packs, and are saddle stitched....

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Is purple actually, erm, purple?

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

Is purple really purple? Researching the Monboddo family motto recently, I made a horrifying discovery. Purple might not be purple after all. Disturbing, isn’t it? 

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