For the last 6 months or so, I’ve been using a Midori Traveler’s Notebook and I am in love! It’s one of those strange things that seems so simple, yet you can’t get enough of it. If you are interested, I have links at the bottom of the post for the supplies and Midori that I purchased. I initially got one to be my daily planner, but I found that it just wasn’t working for me. I saw the notebook more as a creative and personal space, so trying to use it at work and for regular planning, just wasn’t doing it for me.
After a few months of playing around with different inserts and intentions, I finally found my perfect set-up. Half of the notebook is for my personal journal and the other half is my daily creative outlet for recording life.
Here are a couple of photos to give you an idea of what I mean…
If you follow me on Instagram, you’ve seen all of these photos. I try to post every week and I’m going to aim for posting more on the blog about how I created the spread, the supplies I used, etc. I’ve also begun using a bullet journaling system for my everyday planning, so look out for those posts coming soon as well. I’m really excited to start sharing them!
In the photos above, I used…
Midori Traveler’s Notebook
Sakura 24 Assorted Watercolors Field Sketch Set with Brush
Pilot Metropolitan Fountain Pen
Sakura Micron Pen Set
Stabilo 88 Point 30 Color Wallet