Top 10 Best Notebooks in 2021 (Moleskine, Five Star, and More)
Beethoven composed music and listened to conversations through notebooks during the last, deaf years of his life. Darwin started a scientific revolution through his field notes, diaries, and notebooks. And Hemingway, journalist and writer, famously said, “I belong to this notebook and this pencil.” Notebooks have been used by many people for pretty much everything for a long time–and you can bet they’ve evolved since the Renaissance. There are now spiral and bound notebooks, coated and waterproofed paper, lined, dotted, or blank pages–and each innovation is suited for a certain kind of person. So, let’s talk about how to find a journal that fits you. We consulted Pam Tremble, the Stationary Nerd, for her top picks and she chose Dingbats' Wildlife Hardcover Notebook. Read on for why!