She shows how she uses the perpetual monthly calendar pages to track when she starts and finishes reading books and how she does her book ratings in the monthly pages.
She also shows how she uses the dot grid pages for book reviews, quotations, and themes.
She does ink tests with several different inks and notes no bleed through on the pages.
Rhodia’s cream-colored Premium “R” 90 g paper paper is smooth and very fountain pen friendly. The dot-grid pattern makes it easy to write either vertically or horizontally, and of course you can use the dots to make check boxes if you’re bullet journaling. The two ribbons are handy so that you can bookmark two sections of the journal for easy reference.
The Rhodia Goalbook is available in Turquoise as shown in this review, and 15 other colors! Click here for more information and where to purchase.