Anoyone Else Use Moleskine Journals?

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Post by KAV » Thu Feb 02, 2012 7:25 pm

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Post by JayTrek » Thu Feb 02, 2012 8:04 pm

I have used Moleskines for notes and the like in the past. Currently, I have a Reporter's Notebook version of the lines Moleskine and use as a journal.

I love to sit down with it after everyone else has gone to bed in the house and jotting down my thoughts from the day with Moleskine and Lamy Studio fountain pen in hand.
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Post by Tye » Thu Feb 02, 2012 8:09 pm

The Rhodia webnotebooks look pretty good and the paper is heavier. My next notebooks I think I want to use exclusively with a FP. Maybe these Rhodias are the way to go.

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Post by JayTrek » Thu Feb 02, 2012 8:14 pm

Rhodia makes great notebooks, Tye. You cannot go wrong with them.
Tye wrote:The Rhodia webnotebooks look pretty good and the paper is heavier. My next notebooks I think I want to use exclusively with a FP. Maybe these Rhodias are the way to go.

-Tye
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Post by Dexterous » Fri Feb 03, 2012 10:16 am

I use Moleskine Cahier notebooks on projects to record meeting notes, strategies, and problems and their solutions. Even though they have a craft paper cover I find them to be very durable. At about $8 for a three pack at my local B&N they are inexpensive and very practical.

On the down side, the paper appears to be very thin. I usually write on the job with an automatic pencil so it's not an issue for me but I have noted bleed through with ink on the page.

My wife uses Moleskine's Gardener's notebook for her personal gardening projects.
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Post by LouisIII » Fri Feb 03, 2012 1:41 pm

joe mcclaine wrote: £15 is a lot for a lump of dead tree, to me.
Mine was £7.99 from a university bookshop. They're lovely little items and, for the avid note-taker, well worth the extra pennies for the hint of pleasure they add to a thousand otherwise banal daily scribblings :)
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