Why I ditched my Moleskine!
Do you own a moleskine?
Every hipster pastor and their dog has a moleskine. It has in recent years become the standard of cool (whatever that means!). I have been using one for years. I first picked it up when I entered seminary 6 years ago. It was a great way to take notes.
There are a few features that I would love for moleskines to have.
1. Pages that you could tear off.
2. Cheaper price.
With those options floating around, I found a great new notebook called Ecosystem.
Check it out below!
the ecosystem life
An ecosystem journal, planner or notebook has a unique past, present and future: The book’s past is the various parts made of 100% post-consumer recycled paper, its present is your thoughts and ideas recorded on the pages, and the future is your next step: save the book, or recycle it.
A journal for an individual who utilizes their imagination to produce works that are beautiful and kind to the earth.
A journal for one who writes with well-being and sustainability of the earth in mind.
A journal for an environmentally aware person who creates strength and order with lines.
I love the fact that you can add in to-do lists, or a calendar. I used to have a moleskine calendar, and a journal. Goal of the year is to simplify my life.
What kind of notebook do you use?