U.S. notebooks use tier...
July 25, 2015
U.S. notebooks use tier trash paper. I can't use fountain pens. I can't use
pencils. They literally feel like scrap paper. But when you get these, waooo.
You feel like you are writing on something too cherished to waste, and for the
longest time, I took bad notes bc I was too concerned about whether what i was
writing was worthy of the paper :P
But that cleared up soon enough and I now just am making sure I write down what
is important to me - still taking into consideration I cannot be wasting these
30 pgs, depending if you like writing on the back of them, its 60 pgs. I prefer
to write on the back if I am using pencil, but since I like to use pen, it can
be a bit distracting to see the back of it, but it's like that for all paper -
and not as bad as it is for this paper bc this is super thick. I usually use
just 1 for Math semester. But approx 2-4 for biology/chemistry courses. I say
this bc I like to use a notebook dedicated to preparing for exams - go around
clue hunting and reorganizing my new thoughts on reviewed material.
The best part is that this deal is incredibly economic for the quality you get.
The A4 notebook(equivalent to U.S. Notebook) has 5 lines more vertically, and is
1 inch longer horizontally. But remember, they have margins. So, actually, the
paper is equivalent in width, if not shorter in width than this notebook.
But the major winner here is Money Money Money! This value pack deal is the only
reason I am even using these expensive notebooks!