If you haven’t guessed already, we are big fans of notebooks. There’s something about that feeling of filling the last page of a notebook with notes, sketches, or ideas, only to put it on the shelf and never look at it again. So when we came across the About Blank Notebook ($20) from Minimal Goods, we put it on the “must have” list. At only 4.25″ x 7″, this notebook takes minimalist design to a whole new level. Once you remove it from the package, there are no logos or website addresses, which means no pre-determined front or back, top or bottom. It has white lines to keep your writing clean, perforated edges for those times when you need to tear out a page, and a binding that allows you to open the notebook fully.
We have a challenge for you: fill up twelve notebooks full of great ideas in twelve months using the Sliced Bread Notebook ($59.90) from Pukka/Dank. This set of twelve pocket-sized notebooks (10cm x 10cm) will keep you equipped all year long to jot down your multiple million-dollar ideas. It’s called the “sliced bread notebook” because the packaging closely resembles a sliced loaf of bread. Who knows, you might come up with the next greatest thing since sliced bread.