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Endless Recorder for Bullet Journalling

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

The Endless Recorder is a superb notebook, with the features of Tomoe - and the downsides. Genuinely, the dry time doesn’t bother me too much, as I seldom need to refer back too much, and using a fountain pen is, for me, one of life’s few pleasures that aren’t bad for me.

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My favourite pocket notebook - by Amanda

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

See.. I definitely defined the parameters there... favourite pocket notebook. 

The answer to that is easy-peasy, lemon-squeezy.

The Clairefontaine notebook, of course.

[Why] do I love thee? Let me count the ways...

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Notebooks on the road

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

My notebooks on the road for this trip were all Field Notes.

My intention was to use a couple of Mile Markers. However, as the trip came around, I was a few pages into a Wilco (“Glenn Kotche” by Cody Hudson) and my inner-completionist railed at abandoning the book early.

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Ecce! Aurora Borealis

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

So what's the Norderly like as a notebook? Well, it's pocket-sized, sturdy, and filled with excellent paper which behaves well with either ink or graphite. Now available all over the world thanks to a collaboration with Nero's Notes, I think you'll like it.

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Moleskine Cahier

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

Let’s get this out of the way: Moleskine pocket notebooks are not ideal for use with fountain pens.There. I said it.Both Scrib and Amanda have reviewed these and come to the same conclusion. Scrib has pointed out how well they work with pencils, and Amanda has demonstrated that Field Notes perform similarly with ink.I have recently been using a Moleskine Cahier in Indigo blue as my Every Day Carry. I use fountain pens at my desk, or in a formal meeting, but for everyday, I use pencils, ballpoints or rollerballs.Brace yourself. The Moleskine is really good.1. It’s sewn not stapled....

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