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my favorite notebook. ever.

I’m kind of slightly addicted to notebooks. One of my favorite things in the world is a brand new, blank, clean notebook. About a year ago I stumbled across the best notebook from Myndology.

Their notebooks are disc bound (there is a detailed shot below). So when you pull pages out of the notebook there is no ripping involved – which is awesome because then you can pull pages out to rearrange them or just throw them away. It also means you can buy their refill packs and just fill your notebook back up again with new, clean pages. The paper is bright and smooth- which is really easy to write on. Awesome. Plus the covers come in bright colors, natural tones, or metallic shades for which ever mood you’re in. Very awesome.

I can’t tell you how many times I have refilled my notebooks (I have two different ones). In fact, one of my Myndology notebooks is where I plan and brainstorm all of my posts for Unmasked Beauty. :) I love being able to keep things organized – so I love being able to rearrange pages to keep them grouped by subject (and since I’m so scattered brained I can never write about one subject only consistently).

Absolute favorite.

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    May 15, 2012 at 9:53 pm

    Hey hey… I think there was SOMEONE WITH you when you found this notebook. Another thing that is HUGELY important is the paper inside the notebook. It’s hard for me to describe but there is a certain “feel” to the paper that I love and is required. This paper is smooth and allows my favorite pens to glide on the page.

    I love my mythology notebooks too. I have two and several refills ready to pop in!

    Maybe you got this little “thing” from your mother. I hear she’s rather NUTS!

    • unmasked
      May 16, 2012 at 9:24 am

      Yeah I totally remember you were there! :D

      I think (and I’m going to pull up some art school stuff here) you’re talking about the “tooth” of the paper which is the surface feel. Myndology notebooks have really fine (not low) tooth which makes it easier for the ink to sink into the paper giving it that ‘glide’ feel you like. Papers with a coarser tooth will have a more noticeable texture and will catch your pen as you write.

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