This is the new Rhodia Goalbook! It is A5 size and has several features that have been lacking in bullet journaling notebooks so far, specifically in regard to future planning. Also notably: The ivory paper is 90 gsm and is fountain pen friendly!
I am convinced this new notebook will revolutionize bullet journaling! Here’s why.
The main problem with bullet journaling is the forward planning aspect. It’s hard to use an undated notebook for future planning. But some people find using a dated planner as a bullet journal to be too restrictive. This notebook solves all that with some clever features.
The first is an undated year overview with six months per two-page spread, with a line for every day of the year. Because it’s not assigned to any specific year, you can start this any time. This is a great place to write future events that happen on a specific day.
There are also Future Log pages with six months per two-page spread with open space for each month. This is a great place to write monthly goals, and/ or tasks and reminders that aren’t day specific.
There are six Index pages:
Then there are 224 numbered dot grid pages, and two ribbon placemarkers.
The book stays open flat easily. The paper is acid free and works great with a variety of inks.
There is an accordion pocket inside the back cover.
And there is an elastic closure. The soft covers come in 16 colors: Silver, Black, Chocolate, Taupe, Beige, Anise green, Turquoise, Sapphire, Iris, Purple (shown in this post), Lilac, Raspberry, Poppy, Tangerine, Orange, Yellow.
The Rhodia Goalbook is currently available in the USA, UK and Europe. For a list of places where you can buy the Rhodia Goalbook in the USA click here.
For more information on the Rhodia Goalbook click here!