My favourite Travellers Notebook – Ana

Today we continue this new series with Ana

1. What is your favourite Travellers Notebook cover (Make/model/size)?

My favorite TN right now is Meadowgate Snowball pocket in emerald green with vertical card slot (left) along with secretarial on both sides and a pen loop.

2. How long have you owned it?

I have only owned it a couple of weeks. When I first heard about TN’s I already had a Leuchtrum 1917 which I would bullet journal in. Then I got an A5 TN cover for it. From there I purchased another A5 TN Cover to interchange with, but I quickly learned that I didn’t carry it with me very often because it would make my bag too heavy. Thus, I purchased a pocket TN cover and it is my everyday carry.

3. What is it that you like about it so much?

I like my pocket TN so much because it is made very well. The stitching is wonderful craftsmanship. It is leather and I just love the leather smell. I love that it has a vertical card slot on one side as well as secretarial slots on both sides. Most importantly I love the size and that I can carry up to 6 inserts. Right now, I only have 4 inserts, 2016 calendar, 2017 calendar, 2 plain grids (one for brain dump and the other for to do list). This is what words for me.

4. Do you use it all the time?

I use it everyday and carry it with me. As for my 2 other A5 TN covers, I use my first one that holds my L1917 for gratitude, passwords/important to keep info, and inspirational quotes. The other TN is for my bible journaling.

5. Do you think the design could be improved in any way? How?

I love everything about it. If I were to add anything, it would be to add spine stitching.

And here are some pictures of my Meadowgate

Thank you Ana

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1 comment to My favourite Travellers Notebook – Ana

  • Steve Yates

    A nice looking cover, with the added usefulness of the secretarial pocket, the credit card slot and pen loop, not to mention the capacity for quite a few books.