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Leuchtturm1917 as the new Moleskine.

When I talk about Moleskine, not the current incarnation of it, and more the idea than the product itself, it is with good memories. There are many good things about them as a brand, even though the product itself is beyond shit from a paper perspective. I have been hoping for Leuchtturm1917 to become the…

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Task Management in 2018

One of the most important, if not the most important part of a well functioning system for managing the things you have to do is a ever changing system to manage it all. The system I was happy with in 2010 or in 2012 or 2015 is not the same as what I am happy…

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What I expect from an A5 notebook

This is just a short list of what a A5 notebook should be like in order to be the most useful to me Lined or grid I prefer lined for long form writing and dot grid for tasks. Hardcover; because it is much more convenient when I write somewhere I don’t have a flat surface…

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Review: Code & Quill Origin

I received the [Code & Quill Origin](Code & Quill Origin Grey Dotted + Linjert A5 Hardcover Notatbok – Tudos) free of charge from Tudos for the purpose of reviewing it. This is a A5-ish notebook with dot grid on the left side and lined on the right side – what I usually call dual layout.…

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How do they hold up?

In this post I’m going to take a look how various notebooks I have used hold up in use. How does they look when they are new versus after I’m done with them. Field Notes I think Field Notes are the gold standard for notebooks that look fantastic both new and even better when they…

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Tomoe River Paper

This is probably the most impressive kind of paper on the planet. It is super thin, or can take more or less any ink you throw at it; I think I was pouring ink at it at some point. It is the paper used in the Hobonichi Planner. But the other side of the impressive…

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