My Faith Traveler’s Notebook

May 15, 2019Holly Sosa

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Recently, I’ve discovered traveler’s notebooks and I’ve fallen down a deep dark rabbit hole of stationery obsession. I love the traveler’s notebook concept and have already created several little systems using the notebook inserts. A traveler’s notebook is a larger leather (or leather-like) cover that holds several smaller notebooks inside. The notebooks get safely and securely strapped into the traveler’s notebook cover for easy transportation. They’re basically a stationery lovers dream come true. Multiple notebooks in one place. It doesn’t get any more heart eyes than that!

One of my favorites that I’ve created (I’ve also got one for home organization and one for monthly bucket lists) is my faith traveler’s notebook. I’ve been using it to store my daily scripture writing and prayer journal. It’s also been a great place to take sermon notes, or for Bible studies. I’m a real big nerd when it comes to paper products, so this has become a fun new tool for me to use for Bible study.

I’m using an Erin Condren hardcover notebook for my scripture writing because I need more room than a typical traveler’s notebook insert. These Erin Condren hardcover notebooks fit perfectly into all of my traveler’s notebooks for easy use. (Use my referral link for $10 off your first Erin Condren purchase!)

My other three notebooks are a prayer journal, sermon notes (check out my other organization idea for them here), and an extra empty one that I haven’t quite decided what to do with.

I purchased my traveler’s notebooks from Amazon here. And my inserts from Amazon here. I picked up my sticker dividers at Hobby Lobby and they no longer sell them, but I found these ones on Amazon that would work nicely.

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