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Love those 40% off coupons for Borders. Not shown in this pic are my Moleskine soft cover daily pocket planner, 2 black cahiers, and a hardcover squared pocket journal. They’re all in my bag =) The large journal to the right is a Picadilly that I got for $3.59 after my coup! I still have some random journals that I’ve picked up here and there from Target and the bookstore.

Gosh. I just counted them up. I have in this picture:

1 Picadilly journal [right side of pic]

4 Rhodia note pads, varying sizes

9 Moleskine cahiers, varying sizes – kraft & red covers

3 Doane utility notebooks

3 Doane notepads

6 Moleskine Volants, varying sizes

2 Moleskine file pockets, Pocket and Large sizes

Haha I think I have a problem!


Doane Paper pads & utility notebooks, Moleskine volant, file pockets, cahiers, Picadilly journal, and Rhodia paper pads


I was out and about today and found a few things that might interest some of you.

While at Target, I saw two types of Rhodia products. They had the wirebound Reverse Book in both black and orange. Measurements are 8 1/4 x 8 1/4. If I remember correctly, this was $9.99. They also had the staplebound 8 1/4 x 11 3/4. I’ll be honest, I eyeballed it so it could very well be the 8 1/4 x 12 1/2. I also didn’t check to see if it was lined or graph paper. Whoops. This one is $7.99 at Target. I was in a bit of a rush, so I didn’t get to see if they also carried the smaller notepads. Good to know I can get Rhodia locally, though.

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Since I’m in school, I feel that this completely justifies me buying several different brands and styles of pens and notebooks. Notepaper. Notepads. Whatever you want to call them. I’ve used moleskines in the past, and got back into using them either last year or the year before. After checking out some other blogs of people that share the same interest, I’ve found Doane Paper and Rhodia.

My Doane Paper order came in last week, and included a 3-pack of the utility notebooks and 8.25″ x 11.75″ writing pads. The paper is unique in that it combines your regular lined paper with gridlines.

I haven’t received my Rhodia order yet, but if you’re looking for a place online that has them on special, try Dick Blick. They have some Rhodia paper products from 28% – 37% off the list price.

On a separate yet similar note, I’ve heard of iPods getting laser engraved, but notebooks? I wouldn’t mind getting this engraved Rhodia. No offense guys. It’s just cute.



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