Where can I find/make a quality customizable journal?
December 10, 2012 1:33 PM   Subscribe

Where can I find/make a good quality customizable journal?

I would like the ability to carry around personalized forms with me in a journal. These forms include things like Calandars, templatized To Do Lists, blank space for journaling, Pomodorro Technique Records lists, and so on.

I'm in the process of trying to keep myself accountable for completing certain actions: documentation is a part of part of that. And my handwriting is terrible enough: generating these forms on a computer (rather than drawing them myself) and then putting them in a journal is a much preferred situation.

So: I'd like to either find or make a good quality journal that I can customize with my own sheets of paper. I would need the ability to regularly change sheets.

I realize I could do a crappy job just with a binder, but I want something I can carry in a small bag, and something that I enjoy carrying.

I'm open to making this myself, but I don't really have an interest in developing bookbinding/leatherworking/ect. as a hobby.

I'm partial to leather journals, but am open to whatever.

So...any suggestions?
posted by justalisteningman to Shopping (3 answers total) 5 users marked this as a favorite
The Levenger Circa system is ideal for this. Make sure you get one of the punches, and you can put any piece of paper you want in it.

(I'm not a Circa user myself but do buy a bunch of stuff from Levenger ... their quality is outstanding.)
posted by jbickers at 1:40 PM on December 10, 2012

I was juuuust about to post a link to Levenger and the Circa system. With the punch, you can insert anything you can dream up. Fantastic quality.
posted by houseofdanie at 1:41 PM on December 10, 2012

As a cheaper alternative to the Levenger products, there is a line called Arc by Staples. They also sell a punch.
posted by watch out for turtles at 1:56 PM on December 10, 2012

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