Whether you want to get more done every day—have you heard of bullet journaling?—or are trying to be more organized at work, school, or home, a notebook you cherish can be the difference between a happy hum of productivity and, well, watching another episode Boston Legal.
There are notebooks of all shapes and sizes laying around our office. We’ve got a passionate group over here, with strong preferences for certain pages, bindings, and paper weights. Some like dotted pages, others want those straight ruler lines. A smaller faction prefer the rigid structure of a grid. Seeing as this morning I walked into a heated debate about which type of notebook is best, I thought I’d round up a few of our favorites for you.
Moleskine Classic Ruled Soft Cover Notebook
The 5-inch-by-8.25-inch Moleskine is a classic, one that makes you think that you’re an expat writer in continental Europe in the 1920s. This one has a lush, soft leather cover, 192 ruled pages, and comes with an elastic band to keep it closed. Use the attached ribbon as a bookmark and the inner pocket to business cards or other loose papers. The paper weight is 70 grams per square meter. $17.
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