Update to Mindfulist 1/25
I use it to print notepaper. I mentioned this before.
I designed a basic notebook paper in Open Office.org. It prints on letter size paper, and cuts down to half that.
I just couldn’t find lined notepaper in a nice cream color. So I found some nice 24 lb. printer paper.
The notebook is a Levenger Circa Livingston. There’s a brilliant series of posts reviewing the system at DIY Planner, if you think you might be interested in using them for anything other than notes. They require a little extra care, but I find the system is worth it. I have the portable punch; the punch is absolutely key, and opens up a lot of possibilities.
I also print lines on index cards, in a portrait orientation. It’s hard to find those pre-printed. I have them bound on the top edge. When necessary, they fit in the larger notebook.
They also have an amazing variety of planner pages, and a great community.
Of course, I could always print a few planner pages for other uses, but I don’t really need a planner at this point.
Besides, the paper and the notebook, on their own, give me minor inspiration to write just for the sake of using them.
Enjoy the stationery pron.