Friday TN Question No.5

Each week we ask our readers a simple question about their Travellers Notebooks and how they use them.

So this weeks question:

What do you use the different notebooks for in your Travellers Notebook? 

Please answer in the comments below, although I know a few of you will answer my question on Facebook.

4 thoughts on “Friday TN Question No.5

  1. wolfwalkerin

    I use 4 notebooks in my Pedori (Fauxdori from Pedori Vienna). The first is the week on one page from Marsia Bramucci.
    The second one is the day per page insert from Diyfish.
    The third is a grid notebook where I track my expenses and the parcels I'm waiting for, my time at work and a to-do list
    The last one is a notebook (lined or grid) where I write down everything what comes in mind.

    I also have the zipper case and the credit card holder in it.

  2. Steve Yates

    Well Steve, I'm all set ready to use my Field Note size TN in anger for 2015. I have one of Ray's WOTP diaries (which contains apps., blood pressure readings, water intake, sunrise/set times), along with a dot grid notebook, which currently contains information I like to have with me (TN sizes, Filo sizes etc.) along with helpful note for printing inserts. I also carry astrological/New Age information in there along with any other regularly used info I might need. Lastly, there is a lined notebook for daily reminders etc. In addition to the books there is a zipper pocket and a home made kraft file.

  3. Kate

    I use my MTN for my teacher planner. I have a calendar booklet (M2P layout) for the whole year with school dates, meetings, etc. I then have a lesson planning booklet that I change each term – it's a DPP layout. Lastly I have a booklet for bullet journalling and record keeping. It's where I keep notes about contact with parents, professional development, meetings, to-dos etc. I also have a kraft file for paperwork that I'm handed during the day and a zipper file where I keep stickers (zip, at the back of the notebook) and important reminders, ideas or notes (full-length pocket, at the very front of the traveler's notebook).

  4. Steve Yates

    As an update to this I decided I couldn't wait until the New Year, so I printed an undated diary to cover the next couple of weeks, and I'm up and running.

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