With so many (too many!) bullet journal notebooks with plain, boring covers, I went off searching for a notebook that looked a little more unique. I ended up stumbling across the Little More Notebook!
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- Size: 5.5″ wide x 7″ high
- Book / sewn binding
- This belongs to page in case your planner is lost
- 153 numbered dot grid pages
- 42 blank pages
- 8 perforated tear out pages
- 4 Key pages
- 4 Index Pages
- Planner stickers
Price: $18 USD + shipping
Let’s take a closer look!
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The cover is that material that’s a cross between a hardcover but it’s still soft (sorry, hard to describe!)
This notebook is quite small. At 5.5″ wide x 7″ high it’s smaller than most bullet journal notebooks on the market.
It comes with stickers for each month and page title (or category divider page) stickers.
Approx 0.75″ thick (1.8cm)
This belongs to page
Key & Index
There are 3 index pages. The lines are quite close together so you’ll need to write small.
Dot Grid Pages
Built in pen loop
And it’s big enough to fit the Frixion pen!
2 built in ribbon page markers
An essential for any bullet journal notebook – the pages are already numbered
Perforated List Pages
Something extra most planners don’t include – tear out pages which would be good for reminders, grocery lists etc.
I tried various ballpoint, gel, fine tip and marker tip pens, plus highlighters and stamps. The paper felt super smooth to write on, however, as seems to be the case with all of the hardbound notebooks I do a pen test for, there was ghosting on the back side of the page for all of the pens and highlighters.
The Frixion stamps and highlighters weren’t too bad but the MAMBI stamps (which are ideal for list making) bled through the page (as always) ?
Pros of the Planner
- Portable size
- Cute cover design (for a hardbound notebook)
- 2 built in ribbon page markers
- Dot grid pages and blank pages
- Pen loop
- Index pages
Cons of the Planner
- No option to personalise the cover
- One cover design only
- The pens, highlighters and stamps had bad ghosting
Would I use this planner?
Probably not. While the notebook is cheap, the pen test didn’t go well. I also don’t like the page size ratio. It’s too close to being square. I much prefer a rectangle as I find it a lot easier to do spreads. With the smaller page size I think I’d struggle to fit an entire week’s worth of planning on the page.
If you like this notebook, it’s available on Amazon (affiliate link)
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