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NSW19: Bullet journal review from Stationery & Art [sponsored]

[Ad – sponsored. This post is part of my sponsored campaign for National Stationery Week 2019. Find out more here]

Can you believe it’s already the penultimate day of National Stationery Week? Today’s theme is #StationeryShopSaturday and I’ve teamed up with one of my online faves to bring you a bullet journal review and giveaway!

Rhodia Goalbook from Stationery & Art - bullet journal review

Stationery & Art is home to some rather fab and specialist stationery supplies, featuring brands such as Blackwing, Castelli, Legami, Tombow and Whitelines. They also stock Rhodia products – most notably their Goalbook.

Rhodia Goalbook from Stationery & Art - bullet journal review

This A5 90gsm notebook is ideal for bullet journalers. With 224 numbered pages, a back pocket, two ribbon bookmarks and an elastic closure, it’s pretty ideal. Add in the built-in index, year overview calendar and future log and you’re on to a winner!

Rhodia Goalbook from Stationery & Art - bullet journal review

Rhodia Goalbook from Stationery & Art - bullet journal review

Rhodia Goalbook from Stationery & Art - bullet journal review

Rhodia Goalbook from Stationery & Art - bullet journal review

I didn’t want to set up any spreads just yet as I still have a good few weeks left in my current bujo, so I did a pen test in the back. As you can see, there’s minimal ghosting. As is to be expected, there is some with the heavier tips, such as the Calli Creative Duotip, and some of the more vibrant Stabilo Pen 68s, but this notebook will be great if I stick to my usual Sensors.

Rhodia Goalbook from Stationery & Art - bullet journal review

Rhodia Goalbook from Stationery & Art - bullet journal review

The Goalbook comes in three colours (blue, brown and grey), each with the signature Rhodia orange bookmarks, and I adore my blue cover.

To be in with a chance of winning your very own Goalbook, just complete the Gleam entries below.

Win a Rhodia Goalbook from Stationery & Art

Terms and conditions: One winner will receive a Rhodia Goalbook from Stationery & Art. This giveaway closes at midnight on Friday 10 May. One winner will be selected at random and must respond within one week – if they don’t respond a new winner will be drawn. UK entries only.

Don’t miss the rest of this week’s posts:
Monday: Kawaii stationery from Pango Productions (20% off code)
Tuesday: STAEDTLER Design Journey pens (plus UK giveaway)
Wednesday: Stationery subscription boxes from Spotlight Stationery (plus international giveaway)
Thursday: Bullet journal accessories subscription box from Oops a Daisy (plus international giveaway)
Friday: Positivity & mindfulness stationery box from Got2Jot (and UK giveaway)

Rhodia Goalbook from Stationery & Art - bullet journal review

17 thoughts on “NSW19: Bullet journal review from Stationery & Art [sponsored]”

  1. I have never tried it, but I really would like to. I’ve been looking at other people’s bullet journals online and they’re pretty amazing. I just need to get up the confidence to try it. I’m not sure I quite know all I need to get started yet, though.

  2. I look be Rhodia notebooks, but I’ve always been put off the goalbook because of the pre-printed content. Is it just an index, overview and a future log? I think I could cope if that was all that’s already done.

  3. I nearly clicked away at “90gsm” – my current journal is 120 – but seeing how little it actually ghosts, I’ll toss my name in the hat for a chance of reviewing it myself.

  4. Oh it looks lovely. I’m a lapsed bujo-er, I want to get back into it but keep it much more simple and flexible this time, not so much pressure!

    1. Definitely. Check out some of my other bujo posts from this year. I’ve completely stripped mine back and it works so much better for me.

  5. Another great competition! That book looks very helpful – would come in really handy for planning work/writing etc. Stationary & Art really have an eye for quality.

  6. I’ve loved your blog posts this week (and I always enjoy your posts)they have made me feel a part of stationery week and the show! C x

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