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12 hours ago by tdjones
The Best Notebooks To Use For Bullet Journals | Kitchn
Some Pointers When Shopping for a Bullet Journal Notebook
1. Get a notebook with lines, grids, or dots.
Carroll says many people prefer a notebook with lines or grids (his own notebook has dots for the grid pattern) to make it easier to keep your lists straight. If you use a notebook with totally blank pages, your lists and boxes might end up sloping up or down along the page. Also, it helps if the notebook has page numbers, but you can always add them yourself as you go.

2. Make sure it lays flat when open.
It's also helpful if the notebook lays relatively flat, so that you can get more information on a spread at once.

3. Make sure it fits in your purse or bag.
If you plan to carry it around, you may want a lighter-weight softcover book. And you'll want to make sure it fits in your purse, backpack, or whatever else you carry back and forth between work and home. Keeping your Bullet Journal on you will ensure that you'll be more likely to fill it out and update it.
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