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I'm always interested in the notebooks that other people use and, for a long time, I have been balancing out using analogue and digital note-taking methods to keep me on track during the day.
So what about the never-ending discussion about the right notebook for the task (or shall we call this the round-up of some of the questions I've been asked about notebooks)...
#notebooks #stationery #TARDIS
I have fallen out of love with my Filofax again. I know, I know, but there is not one road down the planner highway. Whilst a Filofax suits me very well with it's loose-leaf pages and total personalisation and adaptability, I still miss using a notebook. Even though I incorporated my Bullet Journalling into my Filofax I was still lugging a very heavy planner around with me for many reasons.
I recently bought two Hobonichi-style notebook style covers (aka a 'fauxbonichi' - both from Etsy, one hand-made in the UK and one from Japan) but the planning system didn't work like I had it in my head (no surprise there then...). Then, after watching quite a lot of YouTube videos, I realised that I was after a *Midori traveller's notebook style set up
- See more at: http://www.iamtypecast.com/2015/07/what-i-learnt-from-using-a-pocket-sized-midori-travellers-notebook.html
#midori #filofax #planner #planning #stationery #diary
(plus a link to a competition to win tickets for the Leeds Festival)
I'm always interested in the notebooks that other people use and, for a long time, I have been balancing out using analogue and digital note-taking methods to keep me on track during the day. As mentioned during my Time Management session at BlogOn earlier this year, I use Google Calendar, synced to my phone, for on-the-go reminders. Everything else is analogue - or handwritten.
Recently, I've had a few questions directed to me about notebook choices and it's really hard to advise someone because notebooks are most definitely not a one-size-fits-all type of purchase.
So, tell me, how you YOU choose a notebook. And if you don't use one, then what method do you use for reminders or note-taking?
I have a theory about the size of the J Herbin after watching this review. Fountain pens are meant to be part of your hand, i.e. your whole hand should move with the nib. So should the size of this pen mean that it becomes part of your hand rather than an extension of your fingers/grip? It's just a theory - I have no evidence to support this.
As I mentioned on Twitter I have the J Herbin rollerball ink pen and I love it because it marries the ink/rollerball to make a pen that connects every day with ink for me.
But also, thank you so much for all your kind words about Group Run Blackburn - I know we've spoken about this previously and you've really captured my thoughts about the programme and the fact that it's so easily accessible and worthwhile. I enjoy it so much!!
Can I share this video within a Facebook group (it's a closed one for the volunteers)? I think it would be fab for them to hear your thoughts about the experience.