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Do you keep a journal? Do you still take notes by hand? I do both. As much as I love my computer and tablet, I feel that when it comes to journaling, there’s something about writing by hand that enhances the benefits of the practice. As for note taking, I find that I retain more when I take notes by hand, and there are actually some studies that support this.
And of course, note taking and journaling is way more fun when you do it in cat-themed journals or notebooks! I’ve rounded up a few favorites for you.
This gorgeous 100% recycled journal is made from premium uncoated paper made with wind power, green-e certified, and processed without chlorine. Made in the USA, featuring Dean Russo’s cat art. Available from Amazon with free shipping for Prime members. Click here to order.
The Cat’s Meow Journal and Notebook features glossy highlights and raised embossing. 160 lightly-lined writing pages provide plenty of space for personal reflection, creative writing, or jotting down favorite quotations or poems. Acid-free archival-quality paper takes pen or pencil beautifully. It even features an inside pocket on the back cover to hold notes, reminders, business cards, etc. Available from Amazon with free shipping for Prime members. Click here to order.
This beautiful journal comes with a gold paintbrush pen, and includes an elastic band that is attached to the back of the journal for tight closure. Pages are lightly lined. Available from Amazon with free shipping for Prime members. Click here to order.
The Cat Tales Journal features 160 lightly-lined writing pages, acid-free paper, an interior pocket to hold notes, and a brown elastic band attached to the back cover to keep your place or keep your journal closed. Available from Amazon with free shipping for Prime members. Click here to order.
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