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Dailylike Washi Tape Collection

I loved collecting sticker when I was younger, but never used them because I thought they were too pretty (not sure if any of you can relate?). So when I saw people using washi tapes (which was new to me) in their bullet journals. I couldn’t help but buy a few myself. This time to actually use them and not just let them sit in a drawer somewhere.
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Journal, Notebook, Stationery

The Happiness Planner: Peony Planner

I decided to give the Happiness Planner a try this year to test out different planners in the hopes of finding or creating the ultimate planner. Last year, things got really busy during the holidays and I found that I didn’t even have time to create the pages in my bullet journal. Also, my friend had given me a Midori Notebook Diary 2017 as a present (the ones where you can scrapbook your week – like a travel journal). I loved it but that took up a lot of time to fill in the days and doodle or paste in ticket stubs and clippings from my daily adventures.

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Mead Notebook Cambridge Edition

Mead Notebook Cambridge Edition

SPECS

  • Ruling: College ruled
  • Paper amount: 80 Sheets
  • Price: $8.99
  • Binding: Wirebound
  • Size: A5/5-7/8” x 8-1/4” (14.9cm x 20.9cm)

I had been in need of a new journal for a while, something to just write daily events in. My favorite journal to date has been the I Can’t Sleep Inner Truth Journal by Knock Knock. It was just a fun journal. I liked the quotes and colors even though it was quite bulky at 7 x 9.5 inches.

Another previous journal that I tried using was a Northbooks notebook. But found it was not ideal for journaling (at least for me). The notebook itself is a quality notebook, which I will probably do a review on in the future. But the pages didn’t lay flat so it was hard for me to write in. This bothered me since I couldn’t use the full page and my pen would be uneven while I wrote.

For journaling, the paper quality is not as important to me. But the binding should allow the pages to lay flat so I can write from edge to edge. A bonus if it looks pretty, but everything else is optional for me. This is one of those journals I just want to write in and forget.

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