Planners, Lists & Notebooks
Writing can pave the way for new ideas, organising projects and daily tasks, or can be a personal space to work through life’s challenges or emotions. Our notebooks and journals feature 100 lined pages and 44 blank pages. They can be used for so many reasons like notetaking, work or project planning, list making, visions, hobby planners or keeping a daily life journal. Our list makers have been designed to take the stress out of weekly tasks. Our theory is if you sit on a Sunday with our Sunday Sessions pad and map out your week, you begin the week on track and stay on track. You can refer to the weekly sheet or use it to help block time into your planner and calendar. Meal planning takes the stress out of what to cook every night. You can also use the list maker to create your shopping list from your meal plans. This for me not only takes the dread out of mealtime, but it also saves money at the supermarket and no food wastage too.
What should I write in my notebook?
Notebooks can be used for writing (or drawing) anything. Whether you want to create lists for everyday things such as groceries to buy or books to read or dump your thoughts down on paper, our notebooks can be used for almost anything. If you're wanting something with more specific prompts for planning your week or detailing your daily gratitudes, why not try one of our dated or gratitude journals.
Can you use a notebook as a journal?
Our notebooks are 100 lined pages and 44 blank pages. As they are unprompted, they can most definitely be used as journals. The only limit is your imagination!