Is there anything nicer to write on than a Moleskine reporters' notebook, A5 size?
I keep this notebook with me for jotting down ideas, and make sure to write on both sides of the paper because they're expensive! This is by far the nicest paper I have enjoyed scribbling on. But there are lots of nice papers to choose from - which has been your favourite so far? And have you been able to buy replacements when your first one got full, or have you had to face the heartache of not being able to find the same paper again?!
I've written and drawn on lots of different papers. My favorite paper of all time is in a small notepad made by Fossil. It has the smoothest paper I've ever come across and it is just fantastic for pens.They are a clothing company so I don't know why they made a notepad. Perhaps it was a one-time deal. At any rate I have been unable to find replacements or any information on it at all. I've even gone into art stores to try and find a matching paper. Nothing. *sobbing*
I really like Moleskins as well, but I wish the paper was a little thicker.
by des donnelly 6 years ago
Do you usually carry a notebook or Moleskine to capture those writing ideas and Why or Not ?
by Raymond Philippe 4 years ago
For journaling would you recommend a Moleskine or another paper or electronic equivalent?
by Stephanie Pyper 5 years ago
Is it better for you to write w/a pen/pencil, laptop or sitting at your desk on your desktop?I'm just wondering. Ever since I got my laptop I love writing alot more.
by Randi Benlulu 5 years ago
Now that summer is almost here, do you think you will have more time to write or less?For some people, summer is vacation time. That means they can either write, write, write or slack off and just enjoy. I'm curious to see which way it will go.
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