Word Intergalactic Pocket Notebook

Mar 10, 2017

Category: Gear

Simple things can sometimes come in out-of-this world packages. Take for instance, Word’s Intergalactic Pocket Notebook.

These American made notebooks come in packs of three – each containing 48 lined pages for jotting down notes, making to do lists, or idly sketching as the afternoon drags on. Thanks to their size – just 5.5 inches high by 3.5 inches wide, they can easily fit in most men’s front and back pockets for easy access throughout the day. You could probably use your phone’s notes app or take a voice memo – but the fact of the matter is we all spend too much time staring at screens as it is. Better to crack open a notebook and scribble away a bit if only to keep your handwriting skills a little warm. You can pick one of these up for yourself or a close friend who is looking to do a bit better when it comes to task management this year. Prices are set at just $10.

Purchase: $10

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