I have always held onto a fascination with the craft of writing.
Perhaps it’s the interaction of dialogue, reflections, characters and landscape. A pen and paper has always coaxed me to – unwind, interpret, reflect and uncover tales and narratives hidden amidst my imagination.
Whenever I travel, I search for the ideal journal. The unequivocally, compatible companion. It needs to feel ‘right’ as I scribe or sketch my thoughts onto paper. It should be able to travel easily, and be sturdy. I’m quite fond of the Moleskin’s Cahier. Although, I do introduce my own creative spin. As the Cahier comes with 3 separate books, (100 pages per volume), I bind the set together, and create my own book covers. My journal for my travels in the UK isn’t photographed above.
I’m enroute to Glasgow now :).