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Finding a simple Midori Travelers Notebook set up

Ah my poor Midori. Bought on a whim because it was beautiful, it has consistently been the most underused of all my planners. While some may be content with having planners just looking pretty on their shelves, I like all my planners to have a purpose. Partly, this stops me from buying ALL THE PLANNERS and partly it’s because I don’t like feeling like something is going to waste. Depending on how long you’ve been reading this blog, you may have seen previous set up posts  ...

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Idea Owl August Travelers Notebook Subscription Review

Last month I posted about my first month with a new subscription, a travelers notebook based one.  I wasn’t 100% on it but I wanted to give it another month, as it was a brand new sub box. Well, August’s arrived and I was really digging the theme.Pretty leaves and flowers – love it! Gnomes aren’t really my thing but I wasn’t going to complain about this high quality insert. Easily my favourite thing in the package again. You get one of the pencil boards every  ...

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Bullet journaling in a Midori Travelers Notebook

It’s been a few weeks since I started bullet journaling (properly) in my Midori TN and while I haven’t stopped lusting after a LT 1917 I am really loving the set up. I figured I’d do a quick post with my thoughts so far for anyone debating dipping their toe into the bujo world and wondering which notebook system to go for. The first thing to get out there is that the initial outlay for a travelers notebook can be more than for a regular notebook. My Midori for example was  ...

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Idea Owl Travelers Notebook Subscription Box Review

I’m really getting into my Midori at the moment and have been using it a lot. When I saw something pop on Instagram a few weeks ago for a brand new travelers notebook subscription box I had to give it a try! It’s by The Idea Owl, who I’d never heard of before but they’re a UK based online stationery shop (not through Etsy). I instantly saw a million things I wanted to buy from the shop but just limited myself to the subscription box! The great thing about this box is  ...

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