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Stalogy 365 Days Notebook - A6

Stalogy 365 Days Notebook - A6


 
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Stalogy 365 Days Notebook - A6

This minimalist planner has key basics needed for you to use this planner in a variety of ways including bullet journalling, gratitude journalling, or arranging busy days. The thin paper allows this book to maintain its slim profile while housing 368 pages (a page per day) of quality Japanese paper.

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Average Rating: 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

  3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
 
I just received my A6 sized notebook January 9, 2017
Reviewer: Stephanie R. from Ancaster, ON Canada  
Okay, so I picked the wrong size-- and like the reviewer before my review, I'll be keeping it. It's perfect to have in one's purse and be able to pull it out when  a particular and random fancy hits. I love the look of the book and it's thin pages as it reminds me of my time in Japan. I think I will invest in a bigger one so I can indulge in the bullet system for journaling. This book is highly recommended for its quality and ease of use.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
Beautiful paper, tiny package September 19, 2016
Reviewer: Cecily Walker from Vancouver, BC Canada  
I use this with Lamy Safaris with Medium nibs, and while there is some bleed through, it's not terrible. Your mileage may vary depending on the ink you use, but I love it when a journal looks well loved. Unfortunately I wish I'd purchased the A5 version over this one, as my writing is somewhat large for such a small notebook. I'll keep it (it's a very purse-friendly size), but I can tell I'll be upgrading to the A5 version soon.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
Not for FPs September 7, 2016
Reviewer: Carla Hills from Calgary, AB Canada  
I was quite excited to use this as a new bullet journal. I use a vintage Rapidograph with India ink as my main pen and the paper is great with that. However, I use a fountain pen for contrast and while the paper seems to handle continuous writing in a F or EF nib anything that leaves slightly bigger ink pools bleeds through. That included some bullet points and letters done with an M Italic. A bit annoyed by this as I had read a number of reviews prior to purchase, and this notebook fits perfectly in my Hobonichi cover.

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