Chris Davis at Davis Leatherworks creates lovely handmade leather items. He does card holders, belts, and wallets, but he’s probably best known around the stationery circles for his Simple Notebook Covers. Anyone who has seen the Midori Traveller’s Notebook has probably experienced the following steps:
Step 1 – Have the Midori Traveller’s Notebook catch your eye at your local stationery store
Step 2 – Pick up the Midori, feel in awe of the lovely leather and fall in love
Step 3 – Turn over the Midori, spot the insanely high price tag, immediately fall out of love as quickly as you fell in love
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After a very successful 2 month trial of the Bullet Journal system, I’m pleased to say my old wirebound Clairefontaine journal is being retired in favour of a Rhodia Webnotebook. The Clairefontaine will now enjoy a second life for holding all my review notes for work. The paper is an off white dot grid that feels thinner than the Clairefontaine notebook paper, which is strange because both are supposed to be made from 90g Clairefontaine. Since the new notebook isn’t exactly pocket friendly, a 3.5″ x 5.5″ Davis Leatherwork notebook cover that is currently loaded with Fabriano Eco Qua has taken up pocket duty. I have a hand written review of the Eco Qua paper I will be polishing up with some typed content that I will be uploading shortly!
I usually don’t stick to organization iPhone apps for more than a week. My apologies goes out to Wunderlist, Toodledo, iStudiez Pro, and all the other apps I’ve abandoned after a few days. It’s me, not you, I swear! However, the Bullet Journal system has been going really well for me. I’m not 100% sure on why it has managed to work so well for me, but it does! I think everyone should give it a try for a week or two.