|Item Weight||12 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.75 x 0.75 x 8.5 inches|
|Item model number||S36255|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||9788862936255|
Moleskine Passion Journal, Travel, Hard Cover, Large (5" x 8.25") Black, 400 Pages
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- MOLESKINE PASSION JOURNAL: Whatever your passion, plan your next steps & track your progress with a Moleskine Passion Journal, with notebook designs for cooking & recipes, books & reading, traveling, wedding planning, gardening, fitness, wine, & more.
- DURABLE COVER & ELASTIC CLOSURE: From tracking your workout goals & plans, to a reading log, recording recipes, or planning out your perfect garden or wedding, the leather-like Moleskine cover & ivory paper pages are perfect for recording your passion.
- GIFT QUALITY NOTEBOOKS: Moleskine planners, journals and notebooks come in hardcover or softcover and colors like black, red, blue, green and brown. The binding and cover have a durable finish, designed for daily journaling, writing and sketching.
- DELUXE QUALITY PAGES: Moleskine's thick, ivory paper pages in a hardcover Moleskine notebook, softcover Moleskine notebook, cahier or volant journal, or Moleskine planner are perfectly textured for writing with a ballpoint pen, fountain pen, or pencil.
- MOLESKINE QUALITY: We're dedicated to culture, travel, memory, imagination, & personal identity—both physical & digital. We bring this commitment to our notebooks, bags, apps & smart pens & notebooks.
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We're dedicated to culture, travel, memory, imagination, & personal identity—both physical & digital. We bring this commitment to our notebooks, bags, apps & smart devices.
The Moleskine brand was created in 1997, bringing back to life the legendary notebook used by artists and thinkers over the past two centuries, such as Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway, and Bruce Chatwin.
Today, Moleskine identifies a vast family of paper objects, smart notebooks and apps, bags, travel and digital device accessories, and writing tools. Moleskine objects, both analog and digital, connect the owner to a heritage in art, literature, and cultural and geographical exploration. They form an ecosystem of tools and services that provide for and connect the visionaries of the past with the makers of the future.
Collect and organize your passion for travel. 5 themed sections to fill in. 5 tabbed sections to personalize, loyalty cards, checklists, calendars, travel information, budget and trip planners, memorable moments and more. 202 adhesive labels for personalizing your journal. 5" x 8 ¿", 240 pages, acid-free paper.
- Layout: Structured
- Dimensions: 5" x 8-1/4"
- Hard Cover with elastic closure and three bookmark ribbons.
- Color: Black
- Pages: 240
- Double-Expandable Inner Pocket
- Paper Weight: 70 gsm/47 lb.; FSC Certified Paper; Acid-Free (pH Neutral)
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The Moleskine Traveller’s Journal is a structured before and after record of every journey you take, from weekends away to life-changing trips and everything in between. The intro pages are packed with practical tips and tools, including an 8-year calendar and timeline for serious travel planning, while the Travel Memories and Wish List section gives you plenty of space to dream of holidays past and future.
Record up to 20 Short Trips and 6 Long Trips, note down travel plans before you leave and get organized with checklists, budgeting and must-see recommendations. When you return, transform the blank pages into a scrapbook of tickets, photos, receipts, maps and mementoes.
Designed to grow into a tangible and unique archive of journeys near and far, the Traveller’s Journal takes pride of place on the shelf next to your favorite travel memoires and guides. It comes in a smart box to protect your travel memories, making it a wonderful gift for anyone who loves traveling.- premium box with themed graphics related
- hard cover with themed debossing, rounded
corners, elastic closure
- 2 ribbon bookmarks
- double expandable inner pocket
- front endpaper with ‘In case of loss’ notice
- ivory-coloured 70 g/m² acid-free paper
- tabbed sections to guide your note-taking
- themed introductory pages
- 400 pages
- themed stickers to customize your journal
Moleskine Srl creates and sells FSC-certified products
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It is divided into three sections. The first section has a small reference area about some botanical basics and zoning maps. The second section is the main part with tabs laid out with very specific page templates for:
- Pots, Tools, etc.
- Garden Log
I have photos of almost every page type in this book so take a look.
This book is beautifully embossed on the cover with gardening doodles. I really like the feel of it in my hands, the quality of the paper, and the thoughtful layout. I really wanted to see what the inside looked like because I feel like a journal is quite the personal commitment. So here are my photos to hopefully help out those of you wondering what the big deal is about this notebook.
It is divided into three sections. The first section has a small reference area about some botanical basics and zoning maps (I find the botanical illustrations pretty and informative). The second section is the main part with tabs laid out with very specific page templates for:
- Pots, Tools, etc.
- Garden Log
I have photos of almost every page type in this book so take a look at what they entail.
The last part of the book includes blank pages with different templates which feels a little rigid but may inspire you to further organize your gardening plans and exploits:
- blank pages with grid hashmarks on the edges to easily allow you to draw a grid on the pages if you so wish
- divided (into five equal sections down the page)
- almost blank with corner indicators to inspire you to draw or add photos
- blank (except for the page numbers which are on every single page)
At the very end there is also an Index which should come in handy so long as you realize that it is there and you keep it up to date. It has room for you to write in content for each page so you can actually find something you might be looking for. So long as I can stay on top of that, it will be great for finding items months and years down the line.
Also nicely included is an elastic band to close the book, three ribbons for placeholders, a double pocket at the end, and three sheets of stickers to aid in your organizing.
As a beginner, this seems to be overkill but I am up for the challenge. It is inspiring and beautiful. It feels sturdy and just the right size in my hand. I'll update after a season of gardening and see just how much of the book was actually useful.
When you get the book the first few pages are helpful things like a 6 year calendar, a database of all the popular airports around the world, and things of that nature. There is also a customizable standard packing list that i found rather helpful and clever. The middle part of the journal contains 5 tabs that are already preprinted and organized accordingly. These are:
(1)Wish List-area to write down quickly places you wish to visit
(2)Budget-help you gather everything you will need and cost associated
(3)Weekend, (4)Short Trips and (5)Long Trips-these sections vary in pages allowed for each trip in accordance with how long your trip was. There are a couple differnt sections to use "Before" (such as a packing list and where you intend to go) and "After" with lined pages for journaling and blanks parts to paste pictures.
There are also 5 sections that you can personalize with the sitckers they provided. Some have lined pages, some have places for just pictures. As with any moleskine there are 3 braided bookmarks, a accordian pocket on the inside back cover and an elastic band to hold it all together.
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What is so appealing about this particular journal is that it is so well produced. At the very beginning, there is a section for planning events - I have used it for making a note of any literary festivals that I am interested in, but you could also use it to record the dates of your book club. Following this, there is then the main section where you record the novels that you have read. These are organised alphabetically - I have decided upon listing them alphabetically by their title. For each book, you are able to record title, author, author's nationality, publisher, date that you read it, original language, quotes and your own opinions, to name but a few. You are also able to award each book a star rating. Following this, there is then a section of blank spaces, before 7 totally blank pages to end. The covers are sturdy, and the pages are of good quality; I haven't tried using a fountain pen, so can't comment on whether there would be any bleeding through to the next page. On the inside of the back cover, there is a concertina compartment, which contains labels: these could be utilised for the two end sections, as the labels are a mix of headings such as "Events", "Online Bookshops", "My Library" etc., as well as smaller labels which have things like "love this!", "wish list" or pictures of stars etc. The finishing touch is that the journal has 3 ribbon markers, so you can easily mark different sections all at once.
Overall, this is a very well designed, and well created book journal. For anyone who loves reading, this would make a great gift. It is an easy way to organise and record your thoughts, discoveries and events relating to literature.
*** Update ***
The ink bleeds through!!
I have no more idea of what to do with this 'journal' having wasted my money on buying it than I had when I was looking at the description.
I thought after reading the reviews that if I had it in my hands I could work out how it could be useful to me...
I can't (so I guess I suck)
It's nicely made as expected but for what means I am at loss to explain.
A plain old 'journal' would have been better in hindsight but I thought the concept of laying out my trips to gigs, drum clinics and insights into music would benefit from the structure that this looked to offer but when I opened it and saw it I thought what the heck have I bought or something along those lines...
I should have bought coffee or beer or just a plain old 'journal'.
It's a cute concept with stickers and sections and a bit of card that somehow allows for the drawing of a music staff should you need it and all that...
I really should mention this about the music staff 'thingy' because if someone had wrote that It's not even a rule or template; it's just a bookmark made of card with guidlines on each edge; then I would definitely not have bought this.
However, some kind soul mentioned it came with something to help you draw ledger lines...
It's nothing more than a bookmark.
To be brutal and really honest about this 'music journal'...
It's just an expensive sCRAP book.
It's not what I was looking for that's for sure, but it is what I deserved after going on Amazon around midnight and buying stuff because I'm a Prime member.
It may be just what your heart desires, and if that's so then great.
I'm wondering just what to do with the 1 I bought...
I'd write something in it but I'm not quite sure what or where.
The ink bleeds through the paper!
I binned the crock of sh1t.
Rhodia may be a better option.
I hate it when the ink bleeds through and the paper quality on these is not that great really based on my experience.
This version: everything is split up - diet / exercise / week goals / general health etc etc so you have to keep flipping backwards & forwards to update with comments.
Annoyed to find that within the diet section there are only 15 physical pages - 1 page per day which means you only get 30 days to record your dietary habits - what about the rest of the year????
There is also a load of blank sections at the end of the journal which looks like Moleskine have just run out of things to include!
Would have been much better to have a full year diary to include full food / exercise logs with room for comment on weekly goals/aspirations etc.
So I will need to find a new journal to use from Feb onwards..
Not much else to add, As the headline says "DISAPPOINTING"
The book has some brilliant pages on how to describe wine, with hilarious phrases that would be socially acceptable in high society.
It has dividers that allow you to distinguish between your grapes - red, white, sparkling - and can help you keep your journal notes organised.
The book cover is beautiful and has wine images imprinted into the surface.
The pages are also a light yellow - another win as my partner always requests this in his notebooks (claims that this makes your writing look more authentic and more attractive than on white paper).
It's a very reasonably priced product and I would definitely recommend.
Whereas you have 6 months to record physical activity, games and exercise. So a major disappointment for people who want to track their diet intake etc!
Wouldn't it be great for groups of Music Anoraks to form, every member clutching their Journal, to gather weekly to compare tastes - hey, how about a game of Top Trumps a la Moleskine! I'm delighted with this opportunity to let my passion/addiction run riot. This is the first Moleskine product I've bought, and I must say that this really is a fine quality item. Recommended for all Music Anoraks!
I generally keep everything in digital format but this is a beautiful journal that is just a pleasure to use.
Solid cover, very glad I went with this rather than cheaper ones
The little tabs to separate starters, desserts etc are useful, and I particularly like the blank tabs you can customise yourself. The paper and the cover are of very good quality, and the book as a whole looks great. It also has an index at the back, and little stickers you can use that say things like 'Favorite!' 'Delicious!' and 'Thumbs down' (although if you don;t like a dish, don't put it in the book).
It also has very useful compartments into which you can put newspaper clippings, takeaway menues etc. I'm very pleased with this, and will hopefully keep filling it up for the rest of my life.
Another quality product from Moleskine
Has a number of fold out planner pages taking you right up to the big day
My favourite part is the "for my eyes only" pull out bridal booklet with space to store all the details of your dress, hair and other bridal bits
Really happy with my purchase
This is a very carefully thought out and well designed journal to jot down (and find) recipes, from friends, TV or in magazines.
The embossed cover is attractive and there is plenty of room to add numerous recipes, (in particular as you go onto the Moleskine website to print off additional pages.
Other reviewers have given detailed descriptions of the number of pages per section, I would just add this is a very well made, well thought out and thoroughly useful journal. Mine is filling up, has clippings in it and extra pages, and the more used it gets, the more I love it.