Bullet Journal Notebook Follow-up Review

Well, this book only lasted 3 months and I’m preparing to start a new 7 x 10 inch book (from the same company) in 2017. For December, I’m not going to be doing bullet journaling to the degree I did the past 3 months.

So how did the book hold up?

Well, compared to how it looked in the original review post, it doesn’t look too bad. I’m glad that it didn’t constantly fall open!

Here are a few pictures of the wear on the outside!

A worn-out black notebook that says "Matte Black" on the cover.

Close-up of open pages that are slightly swollen from usage.

Close-up of a worn-out spine of a black notebook.

Side-view of a closed notebook, the cover with lots of smudges.

As for the interior, I have a few other posts that show my layouts. (Here is one post for monthly spreads in October and another post for weekly and daily logs.) I’m incredibly pleased with how the paper handled my pens. There is next to no ghosting or transfer!

As such, that’s why I’ve purchased another Productive Luddite “Every Day Carry” book in the dot grid style. Since it’s from the same line, the new book also has 100 pages like the one I just finished. The new book is bigger, though, measuring 7 x 9 inches. The one I just finished measures 6 x 9 inches. A one inch difference shows up more than you’d think, especially in a dot grid.

I’m excited to set up through December. Expect a post on the new notebook in the new year! New new new~

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