QuickNote: The mind-clearing magic of Japan’s pen+paper “planner culture”

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♦️ Pub: Jul 15, 2017  |  Modified: Aug 25, 2018  |  Reading: 1 min. | Words: 101 ♦️

Agree 1000%! My beloved Hobonichi-based bullet journal (Cousin Avec & Weeks) provides structure, killing the need for repetitive spread drawing; its flexibility addresses my desire for habit trackers, timeBlocking and more. The equally superb Kokuyo B5  (Edinburgh, Campus Wide Red — ooo baby) and multi-sized Muji notebooks delight with fab paper quality, AND subtle evenly spaced dripmarks running across the top & bottom lines as alignment cues.

Putting pen to paper has become a mind-clearing ritual.


QNLink3   SourceThe mind-clearing magic of Japan’s pen-and-paper “planner culture” — Quartz

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