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Writing Notebook

I just wanted to take a moment to mention my little writer’s notebook I am using and say that I will be getting more of these.

I’m using the 4″x6″ Pentalic Traveler Pocket Journal with grid paper in it. This has an elastic band to keep it closed, a pocket in the back, and a ribbon bookmark.

I’m using my acid free artist’s and calligrapher’s pens to write my notes in it, and even the dark calligraphy pen dividing lines I have made have not shown through the pages.

Why do I like this notebook? Aside from the easy to use size, the back pocket, the elastic to keep it closed with a pen tucked into it, and the pages that do not let ink leak through them?

The graph paper.

It lets me keep my words in a neat line when I need to write, but does not keep me trapped into “stay in lines” mode when I want to create a sketch or write along the side of a page, or when I need to make a cluster for mindmapping. I’ve used lined books before, and I have a hard time making sketches because I see the lines and try not to get messy. I’ve also used art paper before, and while it is easier to be free on, I have a hard time keeping my text straight when I need to write something.

This grid ruled paper is the nicest I have worked with so far, and I plan to pick up several more of these in a few sizes.

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