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10 Ways To Fill A Moleskin

Have a new notebook and don't know what to do with it? Here are a couple of great ways to fill your pages!

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A Bullet Journal

A Bullet Journal

The Bullet Journal is a customizable and forgiving organization system. It can be your to-do list, sketchbook, notebook, and diary, but most likely, it will be all of the above. It will teach you to do more with less.

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A Doodle Book

A Doodle Book

Mindfully doodle away!

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A Dream Journal

A Dream Journal

Unlike the dream diary that recounts the night’s visions, this is for your day dreams. Write out your goals and desires, and use this space to plan out the steps to your happy place

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A Travel Diary

A Travel Diary

Describe places you've been to and make it your own private travel journal! You can add places you want to visit too..

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A Recipe Book

A Recipe Book

Store all your recipes in one attractive notebook. It’s very portable, and if you use an index, very easy to navigate. You can also write down alterations to recipes and opinions to experiment with cooking.

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An Accounts Journal

An Accounts Journal

A good use for a blank notebook is to start keeping track of where your money goes. Keep track of the following:

  • Do you spend your money on frivolous expenses?
  • What do you need to cut back on?
  • Are you investing your money—investing in your education, investing in income producing assets, and investing in creating memories you’ll always cherish—or are you wasting it?
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A Gratitude Journal

A Gratitude Journal

Studies conducted by psychologists have traced many benefits to the practice of writing down the things that you’re grateful for on a regular basis. The simplest way to keep a gratitude journal is to sit down with your notebook each night for a few minutes and write down five things that you’re grateful for.

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A Scrapbook

A Scrapbook

This will be your new favourite passtime, believe it.

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A Daily Planner

A Daily Planner

This is less of a journal to pour your thoughts and more of a ledger to jot down some happenings or insights of the day, no more than a couple of sentences. This allows one to look back and observe patterns over time.

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A Hobby Tracker Journal

A Hobby Tracker Journal

You can plot out where you want to plant your peonies and monitor the water, sunlight, temperature, and growth of your garden Or just follow up on other hobbies and track your growth and progress!