Thursday, January 7th, 2010

Lined, Blank or Graph?

Stephanie

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Carrying over from the recent discussion on the Rhodia Drive Facebook page, (You are a fan, aren’t you?) I posed the question: “Lined, Blank or Graph?”

For journaling, I always prefer blank paper as it feels much less restrictive should I want to pop out the occasional doodle- (Which if you know me, is sort of often…) though I don’t specifically use a blank journal as a sketchbook. For brainstorming, list making, or when writing/editing longhand, I like to use lined paper. I use graph paper the least, (quick notes in my little Bloc Rhodias) but I have a “thing” about crossing so many lines when I write. (I write kind of big….)

Which format do you prefer, and for what purpose?
(PS – have you heard about the completely NEW format coming soon to a Rhodia near you?)

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36 thoughts on “Lined, Blank or Graph?

  1. I’m with the graphophiles all the way. I agree with the Padre, the Webbooks need the graph option also.

  2. I’m with the graphophiles all the way. I agree with the Padre, the Webbooks need the graph option also.

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