Setup of Strawberry Notebook Flooring Traveler’s Notebook

This is my new one of a kind flooring pattern traveler’s notebook from Strawberry Notebook. I love it!

My Filofax is set up for work and work only. In it I have my schedule, client details, work to dos, grocery shopping lists and so on. This one has my personal lists and notes – wish lists, lists of treats I want to buy, exercise and meal plans, motivational quotes, holiday plans, hobbies. I am also trying a checkbox system to help me remember to floss my teeth and take my vitamin supplements every day.

I am using genuine Midori refills in the lightweight paper – 6 notebooks (the cover has four elastics), 3 Kraft pockets (one holds my Strawberry Notebook writing board which has lines on the back, allowing me to write straight and also not cause writing dents in the pages underneath the one I am working on), 1 clear Midori plastic credit card holder (holding my Hobonichi stencils), two zippered Midori clear plastic pockets (one holding all my pencils, clips, erasers, lead pointers and spare leads and the other one holding spare elastics and paperclips etc)

The charm on the front was given to me by Mindy C and it matches the book perfectly! Thanks Mindy!

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Categories: Midori and other Traveler's Notebooks

10 replies

  1. Wheee, that is so reasonable. Thanks for letting me know.

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  2. I went to her Etsy but she doesn’t seem to have any fauxmidories for sale at the moment, pout. Lol

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  3. Those are gorgeous! ! And I am so happy you love the charm.

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  4. I love the number of notebooks you have in there. You just can’t have too much paper. Is this especially wide?

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