If you’re after a cheap dot grid notebook for bullet journaling, the Scrivwell notebook is a much cheaper alternative to the Leuchtturm.
- Size: Approx 5.25″ wide x 8.25″ high
- Dot grid pages
- Pocket folder
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LET’S TAKE A CLOSER LOOK!
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Typical plain black, boring cover
Size comparison with the Leuchtturm (the Scrivwell is not as wide)
One ribbon bookmark:
And a roomy pocket folder at the back
Because this notebook is cheap the paper quality isn’t the best.
Most pens and highlighters bleed through. Since the notebook is so cheap so I don’t feel guilty about writing on only 1 side of each page.
For this reason I use this notebook as my ‘draft’ bullet journal where I draw up different layout ideas before deciding on the one I’m actually going to use that week (which I then draw up in my ‘final’ bullet journal)
PROS OF THE PLANNER
- Portable size
CONS OF THE PLANNER
- Paper quality isn’t very good
- No index
- Boring black cover
- Page numbers aren’t pre-printed
WOULD I USE THIS PLANNER?
Yes, I’ll be using it for drawing up potential weekly spreads after I’ve filled my Minimalism Art notebook. I wouldn’t use it as a final bullet journal though as there’s no index or page numbers pre-printed. Given how many dot grid notebooks are available these days, I’d rather spend an extra dollar or 2 and have the pages pre-numbered.
If you like this notebook, it’s available on Amazon (affiliate link)
More bullet journal
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- Bullet journaling in the Leuchtturm dot grid notebook
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