Economical Links for 2017.09.29


A slow week for economical content, but here are some links to the like-minded:

Scout Books Notebook Review (via My Pen Needs Ink)
It’s the Costco model for pocket notebooks: buy in bulk.
Wing Sung 235 (via goodwriterspens)
Don’t let the prices fool you — the best economical pens will last for years. This pen sounds like a good one.

In other news, I ordered my 2018 Hobonichi Techo for next year and one of the new SEED A6 cases from Nock Co. My wallet’s feeling rather battered.

I’ve decided to stick with the Hobonichi for another year because it just works for me. Have you figured out your planner/bullet journal/commonplace book strategy for next year? Trying something new?

4 thoughts on “Economical Links for 2017.09.29

  1. independentclause October 3, 2017 / 3:16 pm

    You’re just economical with your content too (I crack myself up).

    I’m going for a monthly/weekly combo from May Designs to fit in my traveler’s notebook along with a “notes” notebook and a “write your damn ass off” notebook. We’ll see how it goes.

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    • independentclause October 3, 2017 / 3:21 pm

      Also, my Midori is a fauxdori because the proprietary size ticked me off. I’m visiting an East Coast City and laid my filthy hippie hands on a sample Midori at a store and do not regret my decisions. Too small. Too expensive. Still too proprietary.

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      • The Economical Penster October 3, 2017 / 5:00 pm

        oooh you’re such a rebel! I have a Midori TN regular, and you’re right about it being small. I use mine for travel journaling, but I’d never be able to use one for real writing. (Who am I kidding — I’m not doing much real writing these days either.)


      • independentclause October 4, 2017 / 1:36 pm

        Buy a bigger one. Write more! I once had to buy a bigger notebook because I was writing shorter poems for no good reason. Haha.


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