Field Notes Cherry Graph.

My Midori Traveller’s Notebook never leaves my side, and iterating on my journal is my therapy, and my latest treasure is the Field Notes Cherry Graph 3-pack!

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I’ve been using one as my Captain’s Log insert in my bullet journal, and the cherry wood veneer covers work gorgeously in the overflow at the top and bottom of my tiny little passport sized TN. Shockingly, this is actually the first Field Notes I’ve ever gotten and used. Various online reviews have indicated that the paper doesn’t always play nicely with fountain pens, and I did notice a bit of shadowing with Sailor ink, but not enough to be really obnoxious. I do like the texture of the paper with my EF nib though… it’s smooth with just enough tooth to feel like I have full control of my pen.

filofax dividers.

recently, i was inspired by this post by thomas to give my Pocket Malden a divider makeover.

like thomas’ dividers, mine are double-sided, although thomas’ are much cooler in that the back is the mirror image of the front. lacking his technical skills, i satisfied myself with having double the amount of pretty pictures.

i got so carried away in making these dividers that i wound up making a total of 10…i don’t even have that many sections in my filofax, to be honest.

for the amount of work involved, i’d say the results are more than worth it…my dividers make me smile every time i get to use them now!