Make your own notebook

People will talk, saying Ms. Theologian is my favorite, but I like all my readers.

That said, check out this beautifully-designed page, which shows you how to make your own Moleskine-sized notebook.

Author: Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.

6 thoughts on “Make your own notebook”

  1. Mine’s more fountain pen and safety razor fetishist.

    I have a bottle of blue-black ink and four fountain pens — one 40 years old — on my desk. My razor is also about 40 years old and was my paternal grandfather’s.

    I found the notebook-making page by accident and thought it might be useful.

  2. Are you coining a phrase, or asking for a product?

    I like single-blade razors; I think they shave better than double or triple blade because the goop is easier to clean out of them.

    Also, at 20 cents a blade — which I change every two weeks and have been known to clean and flip for extended wear — I could use a different one every day and it would still be cheaper than the HyperHexaPlex (or what-have-you) cartridges for sale.

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