But I find I tend to collect them faster than I can use them. I used to do that as a kid too. I think I might sell a couple of them, because someone else will get more use out of them.
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I don’t really write poetry or doodle, and usually only use notebooks for list taking, writing directions, etc.
Yet there’s something very therapeutic about a blank page.
But this habit is very handy when I need a notebook.
It’s part of the fact that I like office supplies. I always loved going school supply shopping.
I think also is part of my studying habits. I always stuck with the Mead Five Star notebooks because I felt most comfortable with them, as well as the fact as being the most durable.
I always wanted to explore different ways of taking notes, and I did, via the Cornell Note Method, which really didn’t help me. Might be because I’m a visual learner.
I see on say Flickr or other sites that people often doodle in their notebooks. I am not at all artistic, so that’s not really a route I want to go. I just like blank notebooks. I still don’t know why.
...but I didn’t necessarily want to use them. I just like the colors. Still not sure why.
Particularly calligraphy pens. I want to learn calligraphy, but I haven’t really had the chance to take it up.
And I’m not entirely sure why. When I was in grade school I liked to keep the blank parts of journals I used at school. I thought I’d use the blank pages for something, but I never did.
Now I find myself collecting Moleskines and other journals. But I’m not sure why.