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Notebooks are the best! I swear I am a paper junky. I am pretty sure I will never run out of paper. Due to this, when I saw the Northbooks Notebook, I knew I wanted it. I was not entirely sure what I was going to do with it, but I knew that I had to have it for a couple of reasons. First, the front and back cover is completely blank – so, I could write or put whatever I wanted on it, without other designs or branding interfering. Second, the Northbooks Notebook is small! It is only 5×8; which for a notebook is really small. However, I liked that. If I wanted to take the Northbooks Notebook with me, I could easily do so without worrying that it was going to take up a lot of room. There is so many uses for the notebook – right now, I am using it as a “catch all” notebook, meaning if I have a thought or something that I need to write down, I do so in the Northbooks notebook. I really like writing things down, versus writing on the computer. I mean do not get me wrong – I love my laptop, but there is nothing better than truly writing (in my opinion). I like that the pages are slightly thicker with this notebook, so there is no bleedthroughs with your ink. I am sure if you used a permanent marker or any marker in general, there would be. My only “complaint” with the Northbooks Notebook is that it does not open up completely; you have to bend the cover slightly. It is not really a huge deal, but I would like to be able to use as much of the paper as possible. Probably one of the best things of this notebook is that it’s designed in the US in New York City! Overall, I really do like the notebook and would recommend it. It is customizable because of the blank cover and back and it is made of great quality.