Baron Fig Train of Thought Notebook Review

Baron Fig Train of Thought Notebook Review

Rarely in my life do I look at something and say "I wish I had kids." That's what happened when I first saw these new Vanguard Limited Edition notebooks from Baron Fig. Called Train of Thought, they're designed by the artist Zipeng Zhu. If you check out that link, make sure you use your arrow keys to navigate it...just like the books, his site is a trip.

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Baron Fig Composition Notebook Review

Baron Fig Composition Notebook Review

Baron Fig has released a new set, combining the Vanguard subscription and the Archer subscription, called the New School Set. If I'm doing my math correctly, this is the last of the Vanguard subscription releases and the third Archer. I'll be discussing the Archer in tomorrow's post; today is all about the Composition notebook.

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Weskin by Bookblock Notebook Review

Weskin by Bookblock Notebook Review

Bookblock is another company that is in the business of making customized stationery products for businesses that has come out with some stock products for sale. The Weskin is one their newest products available. On the belly band, it says "modern design | classic finish" and I'm wondering a bit which is which. Let's dig in.

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Leuchtturm1917 Hardcover A5 Notebook Review

Leuchtturm1917 Hardcover A5 Notebook Review

I recently started Bullet Journaling. More on that in a future post, once I'm a few months in. The book I chose to do it in was the Leuchtturm1917. A good friend of mine uses these books and swears by them, as do many people within the stationery community. They get generally positive reviews. I've been sitting on this one for a while, not knowing quite what I wanted to use it for, so when I got interested in Bullet Journaling, I figured if Leuchtturm1917 was good enough for Ryder Carroll, it was good enough for me.

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