In case you haven’t figured it out I am a Moleskine fanboy. One of the newest and greatest features launched by Moleskine is the MSK make you own Journal Pages. With MyMoleskine Templates you can clip articles from the web, add a picture, print custom agenda pages, leave yourself motivational notes or basically whatever you want.
The templates are easy to setup using the “Wizard” feature. You simply give you page a title, choose you preferred notebook format and layout style, enter your musings and press print. Once you have your new custom page(s) all you’ll need to do is cut them out and grab a gluestick to add them to your ‘Skine.
If you are still feeling a little bit stuck creatively you will find some specialty pages created my Moleskine Minions. You can create pages like:
Personal Data Pages
Storyboard (handy when you need to storyboard and you did not but the storyboard version of the notebook)
Best of 2010 (these pages allow you list freaks to make lists of you faves for the year. is websites, wines, movies, songs… etc..)
Project Planner (One of my personal favorites as this lets you create a mini Gantt Chart)
The list is incredible, I was able to make a NCAA March Madness Brackets set of pages to give providence of the Cinderella teams I picked to win. Nothing like having you evidence etched in stone or at least pen anyway. I would defiantly convert you to a ‘Skine-Head if you have not already become on. Most of the comments I get when folks see me using one of my custom pages is “I didn’t know you could do that!”. Well there you have it no more excuses as to why you are not keeping a personal journal using Moleskine writing journals.
Check out Moleskine MSK Video for a quick overview and the links included for more information: