13 June 2016

Inside My Camel Traveler's Notebook

My Camel Traveler's Notebook is my current new Every Day Carry.

For this Traveler's Notebook, I want to keep it as simple and as thin as possible, so that it will be easy for me to carry it around.
But at the same time, I want to be able to the most out of this TN.

1. A planner that allows me to write down my schedules, and also, a space where I can draw, doodle and write quotes.
2. A notebook for Brain Dump and important reads.
3. A pouch to store my accessories.
4. A pen loop that will not obstruct when I write.
5. Card slots.

So far, I guess the Setup has met all the requirements.

What's in my Traveler's Notebook:
- 019 Free Diary;
- 003 Blank Note;
- Advanced Zipper pouch
- Sakura Pigma Micron Pen size 03

5 June 2016

Unboxing my Traveler's Notebook Camel edition

By now, many Traveler's Notebook users have all gotten their Camel edition.

I have received mine in mid-May 2016, although many users received theirs in late April 2016 or early May 2016.

Initiately, I have no idea what use do I have for this Camel edition, and I decided to make it my planner. Another planner despite my many unused planner on my study table.

Here's some of the photos taken during the unboxing:

Removing the TN from the box. 

Learn something new

It's been a while since I wrote here.

Been caught up with work and sending lovely stationeries to overseas friends (a couple of items available, and will be sharing on the blog soon).

Nevertheless, I am determine to learn something new!!

Recently, I've seen so much nice sketches on notebooks and one particular skill I'm picking up is Sketchnote.

Searching on World Wild Webs give me a lot of great returns, but I preferred a layback method, and that is, to read from book.

So I got myself the Sketchnote Handbook, by Mike Rohde.

To be honest, I'm not a fast reader, it will take a while to read through this book.

Wish me luck :D