This is my first review in a while! Phew! Today I’ll be giving you a quick overview of the Stalogy 365 A6 notebook.
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I can’t believe it’s been thirteen months since I purchased and started using the Seven Seas Standard! (Not to mention about thirteen months since I last posted…) Thirteen months may not seem like a long time. In my opinion as a stationery lover, however, if you still feel amicable towards a notebook-type product after thirteen months, not a whole lot can rend that relationship apart. Maybe you also know of the despair that comes with your own stubbornness as you gnash your teeth and refuse to leave behind a journal you didn’t really like. You become very familiar with a product’s lovable traits and quirks and detestable flaws.
I ordered Tomoe River paper the other day, and it’s definitely one of the greater paper purchases I have ever made.
I write a whole lot. I don’t really need anything special—just something with nice enough paper that I can use all my pens with (since I use fountain pens and inks a lot), and can handle a smattering of glue every once in a while. And it can’t be too pricey, otherwise I’d feel bad using it.