For quite some time now, I’ve been eyeing the Traveler’s Company Traveler’s Notebook. If you’re a journaler or simply into stationery, I’m pretty sure you’ve heard of this brand. And if you did, then you probably have one or also eyeing on one of their products especially the Traveler’s Notebook.
But if this is the first time you’ve heard of this, welcome to the Traveler’s Notebook because eventually, you will want something like this too, lol. Let me share my recent stationery haul from Scribe.
For more than two years now, I’ve been wanting to have one traveler’s notebook. All the more when we had the Journal Meet, I got more attracted to it. But truth be told, I truly find it quite expensive and I wasn’t sure yet how to justify it.
And because I still can’t find a budget to buy one, I’ve been making my own inserts or traveler’s notebook refill instead. Recently, I just launched my second version of Pandagdag journal (you can read about it here). And I feel embarrassed for having 2 versions of my inserts already which were inspired by the traveler’s company yet I still don’t own one yet.
Anyway, early this month, I was looking for a new notebook for my bullet journal. I was browsing Scribeand found out they had an Independence Day Sale. It didn’t bother me at first until I realised this might be my chance to buy that traveler’s notebook plus they offer free shipping for orders worth P1,500. So, there I was checking the Traveler’s Notebook category… and boom! I just can’t stop adding to cart.
And look what I added in my cart…
I got 7 more extra inserts. Luckily, some of their B-sides and Rarities collection were already sold out and that really saved me from adding them to cart too, lol.
Here are the inserts I got… I also included their regular prices in Philippine peso in case you want to check them out too.
Traveler’s Notebook Regular Size Camel – P2,495
Traveler’s Notebook Regular Size Refill Dot Grid – P185
Traveler’s Notebook Regular Size Refill Grid – P185
Traveler’s Notebook Regular Size Refill Kraft Paper – P225
Traveler’s Notebook Regular Size Refill Cream Paper – P195
Traveler’s Notebook Regular Size Refill Sketch Paper – P245
Traveler’s Notebook Regular Size Refill Watercolor Paper – P225
Traveler’s Notebook Regular Size B-sides and Rarities Washable Paper – P350
Midori MD Notebook Journal Dot Grid – P545
Midori Paper Cover – P525
You can watch the entire video here and see what’s inside the inserts here.
This was probably my biggest personal stationery haul. I think, lol. But I did sell few of my things so I can replace them with these. I also use my sister’s birthday gift last April to buy the Traveler’s Notebook. I’ve been saving that up for something else, and here it is.
But after I bought from Scribe. A friend, Dallee, from a junk journal group I have here in Davao, recommended a second hand traveler’s notebook in color Blue. Which I cannot resist because it’s kind of rare. So, before my order from Scribe arrived, the Blue came in first.
These two traveler’s notebooks now hold my Pandagdag journals for memory keeping, ideas and contents ideas.
You’ll also see in the video how I set them up. As we love seeing how we set-up our notebooks, I’m sharing mine.
This year was intentionally for journaling. This was also the reason why I cannot resist buying a traveler’s notebook. Although, journaling doesn’t mean having a new fancy journal but I think the universe heard how much I wanted this and gave me the opportunity to get these. I did fail on my mindful spending intention this year. But I will find a way to make it up by disposing more of my things.
If you want to buy Traveler’s Notebook and Midori, I would definitely recommend buying from Scribe. Their prices are reasonable and like I said before, if you buy worth P1,500 your shipping is already free. Good deal, right?
But if you’re looking for a starter journal, I’ll be coming up with an Anniversary Journaling kit that I collaborated with Fairytale Park Studio. She makes beautiful cover and I’ll match another version of Pandagdag with it together with other goodies and a capsule workshop too. You can find more photos about it on my Instagram: @iam_artisan.
That’s about it, friends. Do you enjoy stationery haul videos? Let me know in the comments if you do or if you want to see other videos as well.