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Earlier this year, I reviewed a Legami Journal and noted how much better it would be if it had a dot grid and was a bit bigger. Well, the stationery gods must have been reading, as Legami now have a dot grid bullet journal! Not only that, but it’s stocked in eight beautiful colours and Executive Pens Direct offer an embossing service – what an awesome gift idea for bullet journalers.
Few things make me feel quite so grown up as having my initials on my journal!
Of course, we all know you shouldn’t judge a journal by its cover (*cough*), so let’s take a look inside.
I’ve got a bit of a soft spot for these dreamy inside cover pages.
Content-wise, it’s similar to its smaller predecessor, with 192 numbered pages, table of contents, index, a yearly goals spread, calendar, map, address book, passwords log, built-in weather tracker, plus a back pocket and bookmark. Where it differs is with the additional bookmark and, of course, the larger size (13x21cm, up from 12x118cm) and ever-awesome dot grid. Plus the bigger journal features 100gsm paper whereas I believe the smaller one was 90gsm.
I treated it to the ol’ back page pen test and, while there’s significant ghosting with Sharpies and brush pens, this journal would be great for traditional journaling with fineliners and pastel highlighters.
Want to win your own personalised notebook?
Terms and conditions: One winner (selected at random) will receive a personalised Legami My Notebook Dotted Bullet Journal in the colour of their choice. This giveaway will close at midnight on Friday 6 December and the winner will be contacted directly. If they don’t respond within three days, a new winner will be selected. Open to international entries.
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