I’m a notebook lover. It goes hand in hand with my obsession with pens and highlighters. Like most other stationery addicts, I own more empty or half-used notebooks and journals than a single person should.
*The Moleskine Two-Go Notebook was kindly sent to me by notemaker.com.au for the purpose of this review.
Like most other Moleskine products, the notebook is absolutely amazing quality. It comes in some seriously stunning colours (mine is the colour Raspberry Red!) and the cover is made of canvas, which I personally love the feel of. The Two-Go Notebooks feature double bookmarks, a handy pocket at the back of the Notebook and a nice and sturdy elastic close, which is perfect if you tend to overstuff your notebooks!
Moleskine Notebooks are kind of notorious for their thin paper quality. Luckily, I’ve found that the paper in the Moleskine Two-Go seems to be a bit thicker and better quality. This means there’s no bleed-through – just a little bit of ghosting, but it’s really not too horrible.
The one thing that I love about this notebook, and what makes it different to other notebooks is the layout of the pages. Each double page spread features a blank page on the left and ruled paper on the right, making this an awesome notebook for journaling, bullet journaling, list making or even notetaking.
I’m using mine as a mix between a journal and an ‘I need to keep my life together’ list-making book. There’s the perfect amount of space to draw, place stickers, paint, glue down magazine clippings and polaroids on the left and then on the right I can make lists or write about whatever’s floating around in my head at the time.
I’d recommend the Moleskine Two-Go Notebook to anyone who is looking for a journal and wants the room to incorporate a bit more creativity than normal notebooks allow! I also think it’d be perfect for those who take classes that involve drawing or copying lots of diagrams as it has the perfect amount of space for both notes and drawing (or doodling!)
You can purchase the Moleskine Two-Go Notebook from Notemaker here.