Paper isn’t always the first thing people think of when shopping for writing tools, but it can be a big help. When choosing a notebook, there are many things to consider: paper weight, sizing, and binding, among others.
Size is important to consider because it will affect how you use your notebook and the amount of space you need to write in it. A larger size means you can hold a lot of information in one place, while a smaller one can be easier to stow away.Sizing is also a matter of personal preference, because different people like different weights and textures. For instance, one user told me she prefers thinner paper, but another said she loves the texture of a thicker sheet.
Binding is a key consideration, too, because it can affect how you write in your Notebook Paper. Some notebooks have a stapled binding, while others are bound by a spiral ring.For example, the popular memo notebooks were super thick and came in bright neon colors. They sold for a quarter and had super thick spiral rings that made them super popular in the 80’s.
For something a little more affordable, notebooks are highly recommended by many users, and come in a variety of sizes and with different bindings. These are mostly made from recycled paper and rarely cost more than $5. They are very sturdy and look sleek.