We got a question recently from a fan of the pocket-sized staplebound Clairefontaine notebooks: Is there any way you can produce that in a blank format? As a pocket notebook, I use it for sketching quick ideas as well and a blank format would be killer. What do you think?
A couple months ago, Karen wrote a post on Rhodia Drive about moving the Webbie’s pocket from the back to the front of the notebook, as per a reader suggestion: I generally write on one side of each page in a journal. I also use the rear pocket for ticket stubs, receipts, mementos, etc. As […]
Speaking of composition notebooks, here’s something I’ve been meaning to blog about for months. As you may recall, I continue to be quite partial to Mead Composition books, even though I generally prefer a smaller notebook for the sake of portability, and the paper doesn’t play well with fountain pens. Nonetheless, I have one going […]
A Minister fan from Old Lyme, Connecticut recently wrote in with the following suggestion: It would be very helpful to have a cover with a POCKET to place correspondence cards, business cards, etc. so loose items do not fall out of the book. Another Minister devotee made a different request in her online review of […]