Paper isn’t paper, right?

Hello my lovelies, 🙂

we all have our favourite journals or notebooks. We love them for their colour, their size and especially for their paper. So do I.

In my collection of notebooks you can find lots of different seizes and each one has different paper. Am I a journal hoarder? Nope, I am a collector – big difference 😂 I have these journals/notebooks mostly because I am interested in the paper. Out there are so many different shades of white a sheet of paper can have and the thickness can make a huge difference too.

A few weeks came ago, a thought came to my mind: Maybe there are other people like me who would like to have an overview over different notebooks and its paper.

So, I am planning to create a document with my journals. Currently, the list includes the following notebooks:

  • Leuchtturm1917
  • Rhodia
  • Nuuna
  • Lemome
  • Dingbats
  • Traveler’s Notebook
  • Galen Leather’s Everyday Book

The following topics will be checked and mentioned in the document:

  • the material
  • soft-/hardcover
  • feel of the cover
  • colour
  • seize
  • thickness of the paper
  • weight
  • price
  • number of pages
  • elastic band
  • index yes/no?
  • numbers on the pages?
  • are the corner rounded?
  • feel of the pages
  • colour of the paper
  • dots/lines/squares?
  • book mark
  • other experiences which I made

Well, when I look at the points, my „notebook-paper-project“ is quite a huge. Because I don’t want to let you wait, I will write short posts where I present one notebook at a time.

If you have any idea which notebook I could test additionally, don’t hesitate to write me here or send an e-mail to stationery-nerd@gmx.de or you can send me a message via Instagram. I will look at your suggestion and it will find a place in my list too.

Because of that, I will start my testing phase now đŸ’Ș

Wisdom of day: If you have a huge goal, break it down into a few smaller goals. So you will see success very soon. 🙂

Love to you all and stay healthy,

Chrissi

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