my everything notebook

November 14, 2013

I mentioned that I do most of my planning and list-making digitally, but sometimes there’s nothing like pen and paper. I decided I wanted a notebook to carry about with me that I can just jot down random ideas and lists  and notes in. Sometimes I transfer these ideas to my digital lists later, other times I just refer back to the notebook.


I chose a Moleskine Evernote classic notebook to use. It’s a great size and very high quality. I liked that it could so easily transfer over to my Evernote, although I don’t actually use that feature very much. It also has a pouch in the back cover where I can tuck stray papers.


The only other thing I really wanted from it was divided sections, so I easily created those for myself. I used fabric tabs on the edges and then just doodled the section titles and put some washi tape underneath:





It’s nothing fancy but I really love my little “everything” notebook. I’ve been using it for most of this year and not only has it worked well for me but I still have plenty of room left. The notes themselves are just completely random and actually kind of fun to look through. :)

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Comments on my everything notebook

  1. 1

    From Nora:

    I love your doodles! I try to doodle but it never turns out how I want it to… ever. =)

  2. 2

    From yours truly, melissa:

    I always have an everything notebook too, because you’re right…sometimes you just want pen and paper.

    I love you made your own tabs, such a great idea!

  3. 3

    From Cait:

    I keep meaning to find an “everything” notebook to carry around because I get tired of typing everything up on my phone. This is so cute!

  4. 4

    From Hannah:

    There is just nothing like a notebook. Especially a Moleskine…they’re the best! Love your lettering!

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