Pocket sized notebooks are a great utility item. I keep one on my person when I leave the house (even though I also carry an iPhone), one in my car center console, and one in my backpack when I take...
I mildly (I think) bashed Levenger the other week for the inconsistency of its paper quality across various of its products, but I mentioned at the time that I am a happy owner of other Levenger products. This is one of them, and my most recently acquired: the Levenger Bomber Jacket Unifier ...
PooPooPaper Cow Poop Notebook... I typically steer clear of doing reviews of what I consider to be more “gimmicky” types of products, but it was hard to pass up a chance to take a look at this notebook that is literally made from cow poop. Before I get started, I’ll just state what is hopefully obvious, but the notebook itself is clean and does not actually smell like cow poop.
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