These Stationery Tools Simplify the Task of Writing in a Notebook

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jul 17, 2015
Although many students and working adults opt to quickly record their thoughts and ideas using digital devices, it's difficult to compete with the simplicity of writing in a notebook.

As much as it might seem like all the possibilities for combining lined and blank pages in an orderly way have been exhausted, new notebooks are constantly emerging to replicate organizational systems that digital technology just can't. One of the most impressive examples of this is the all-in-one Passion Planner, which includes spaces for journaling, sketching, creating to-do lists, compiling quotes and setting goals in just one book.

Aside from ideas, many notebooks are designed with pages that are best for keeping track of motivational lists, food and drink consumption or travel adventures. Approaching this same idea with humor, there are even journals that are meant to be filled with even more specific kinds of content, such as "Secrets I Keep From the Internet" or "Sad Poems About Unicorns."