Recently, I fell in love with the Midori Traveler’s Notebook. I’ve known about the notebook for a long time, but its more rustic style than what I generally lean towards never quite appealed to me. Over time, though, my mind turned on me and I found myself being drawn to the customizability of the interiors.
I set up my notebook to be a true notebook I can travel with. My grid insert is for daily notes/learnings, my ruled paper is for Japanese I come across on-the-go, and the blank paper is for sketchings or taping down ephemera. I chose to have no dates attached to this book since I do plenty of day-to-day planning in my Hobonichi.
I bought my notebook and supplies at LoFT and dove in and messed up a few times, but through trial-and-error found a format that works for me. I hope you enjoy the video!