I use a pocket ruled Moleskine as a wallet/planner. I also have a couple of large ruled ones for general-purpose writing and for my Bible study notes (I write a paragraph or two on a passage each day).
As it turns out, the binding split entirely later on yesterday. I picked up a three-pack of the "cahier" notebooks for use as my wallet. I clip my money/cards together with it with a binder clip. I use one cahier for my planner/to-do lists/calendar and one cahier for my notes.I'm a bit concerned though because I think that the extra thickness of my cards tore the binding from the flyleaf on the recto end. I think I'd like to get a cover for it, so I can continue using it for this purpose. Does anybody know of anything like this?
I was thinking of doing the same, but it just wasn't a wise decision seeing as Moleskine's are expensive. I just picked up a spiral for notes in class, but I plan on picking up a small Moleskine for random ideas and notes I think up during my day.i was actually thinking about picking up a few for note taking in class...
maybe i should just stick with a composition or spiral notebook