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8 to 1... or The Big Notebooks Play-Off

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

Here's the thing... I did a post on my favourite pocket notebook, partly because it was easy-peasy-lemon-squeezy. And then Stu suggested I did a 'competition' between 8 desk-sized books, with pairs of them going head-to-head and the winners going forward until an overall victor emerges. So, that's what I'm going to do over the next couple of months.

First up: Life Noble Note v Leuchtturm 1917

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Port West

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

Port West. A hard cover A5, made with recycled and recyclable paper, here, in good old Blighty. Ship it in.

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The springs and arrows (don't cost) outrageous fortune

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

So, how does one sharpen a pencil? An innocent enough challenge, you might think. To twist, or not to twist? That is the question; whether it is nobler in the office to rotate, or to take arms against a sea of pencils...

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Pondering Purposeful Planning

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

How many planners are too many planners?If you understand that question, you're probably not on the right website. We’re all here because we have notebook solutions looking for problems. There cannot be too many notebooks or planners.As I write, we are moving from October to November. A special time, a month end and an impending year-end.Before I continue, a quick aside. “Halloween specials! Everything at ….”NO.Sorry, we don’t go in for that sort of nonsense.Where was I? Oh yes, planners. I wrote a few weeks back about my decision to move time-blocking into an Economist Diary (ED) of all things....

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Comme glom - limited edition desk jotter

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

The Comme Glom desk jotter isn't your run-of-the-mill desk jotter (which, let's face it, can be a bit dull). Oh no. This is a riot of images. No two pages are the same. Some of them have spaces for to-do, not-to-do and actions; others have 'distractions'; others have no labels to the spaces.

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