Today’s post should come with something of a warning for all of you notebook fans out there, and I know there are legions of you. You see, I just know that this is going to tempt you. Sorely tempt you. But then I see it as my role to share with you any papery gorgeousness, so I really have no choice but to tell you about Pocket Notebooks subscription boxes.
Pocket Notebooks subscription boxes are available in Small, Medium and Large sizes, with prices starting at £8.99 for a small box of 3 notebooks per month. You can opt for a monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly subscription, the box will contain premium brand notebooks such as White Lines, Ogami and Field Notes and they will feature different types of paper, from ruled to graph, plain to dot grid.
I have recently received a medium subscription box, priced at £14.99 and containing 6 notebooks….
I have received a set of three Field Notes books and three Word. notebooks.
The Field Notes are graph paper, 48 pages long and measuring 9cm x 14cm, so a very handy size for bags and pockets. These would be very suitable for bullet journalling, and in the back of the notebook there is a handy list of 30 ideas that you can use the books for, such as:
To Do lists
Family Tree Lineage
and so much more, from the practical to the funny, with suggestions like Loose Promises, Escape Routes and Shady Transactions on there, too!
The Adventure Log by Word. is an absolute treat for recording any and all days out, activities or even made up stories and bucket lists. I’ve given one of these to my daughter and she is so excited by the idea and has already started filling it in and intends to take it on a family day out we have planned later this week so that she can fully record our adventure. They are a charming idea for adults and children alike.
The paper in the notebooks is of a good quality, as you’d expect from premium brands like this. The inside covers are also utilised and you get the feeling that every bit of space has been maximised so that you can pack a lot into a little book.
The two packs of notebooks retail at £7.95 each, so by subscribing there is a saving, as well as the ongoing pleasure of receiving a surprise papery package in the post regularly. They are all so practical and I have to say I would not have considered how useful these are had I not received them. I think this is always the big win from boxes like this, getting to try and enjoy different products.
What do you think of this idea? Will a notebook subscription tempt you?
Disclosure: I received the notebooks FOC for the purposes of this post