Lifestyle | Little Book of Big Ideas

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Notebooks are often overlooked as merely school/office supplies, but to me, it’s where I keep to-do lists, blog ideas, appointments, and key points from important events/meetings/phone-calls.

I don’t necessarily use this for school or work because it’s more of a personal thing; so personal that the notes are random at times and only I can understand them. Sometimes, I write something significant that happened in my day or when an event happens, and I eventually know I will have to reference back to its date/time.

When do you ever have to pick up a pen and write something out? Usually you have a computer, laptop or phone doing the “writing” for you. In my personal experience, it makes remembering things easier than if I just type it into my Notes App.

I really think my cute little notebook helps organize a chaotic day into one thought. I love my little notebook and I have another blank one that’s waiting to be written in as well.

Do you have notebooks that you regularly use? What do you write inside of them?

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16 thoughts on “Lifestyle | Little Book of Big Ideas

  1. I write every day into my work notebook of meeting notes, things to do, people’s phone numbers, upcoming events… I’ve been keeping my work notebooks ever since I started working. I have no idea why but I worry about throwing them out just in case there’s information I need in them! 😛

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  2. I am a complete notebook junkie! I have a bunch of them that I use frequently for jotting down anything. Anything from shopping lists, to favourite makeup, blog ideas, recipes, gardening notes, you name it…it’s written down!

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