It’s that time of year again - preorder season for the next year’s edition of the Hobonichi planner. With that in mind, today’s Throwback Thursday is to what may be the most viewed post on Pendora’s Box: Hobonichi Techo vs Stalogy 365 Throwdown.Read More
I learned of Hobonichi Techo last year and was compelled to get it for the fabulous Tomoe River paper. Hobonichi Techo has a great fan and user base. I love seeing the creativity that some people put into their Hobo’s. Sadly, I am not one of them. While there’s a lot I love about the Hobo apart from the paper (small form factor, dotted grid lines, quirky quotes and at least one recipe), I found the dated planner a challenge to use consistently.Read More
I've been subscribing to the Field Notes Quarterly Editions for over a year now. Each quarter I look forward to the big reveal followed by actually receiving and holding the current edition in my hands. Since I'm in Canada, I usually receive the package a few days or even 1-2 weeks after the official release. However, I've notice that for the last few shipments, I've been getting them earlier and earlier.
In general, I've been enjoying the Field Notes offerings of variations on the standard memo notebook. The themes have been fun and the subscriber goodies have been, well, good.
When I saw the video for the most recent Quarterly Edition, I thought it was interesting but I wasn't crazy about the "radical" format and *those* SPIRALS. So, I've been surprised to my own response to the Byline Edition when I finally got my hands on it.Read More
The Hitlist Notebook is a Canadian-made notebook I found by chance at Stylus Fine Pens while I was on the hunt for Leuchhturm-Whitelines notebooks. Since I was getting notebooks shipped, I decided to top up my order with odds and ends. I found that Stylus Pens has many paper supplies that I've not seen elsewhere in Canada or US for that matter. The Hitlist is one of those finds.Read More
Back in February I learned of the Clairefontaine Roadbook and was able to obtain one for review. The Roadbook I received is A5-sized with heavy, black cardboard covers. The flexible covers have the look and texture of leather.Read More