Review: Greenbook – The Reusable Notebook

A while ago, I bought Greenbook, an reusable notebook.
As I’m using my paper bullet journal as a daily notebook/agenda/journal, I have noticed I use a lot of post-its and scraps of paper to write things on. Mostly at work, so to say.
So I decided to try something else. Instead of wasting paper and ink, I’m now using Greenbook. It is super helpful, easy to carry around, an most important of all: reusable.
You can just erase everything you’ve written down once you don’t need it anymore. AND you can totally customize it to your needs. It’s a win-win.

Greenbook is a product from greenstory founded in the Netherlands by two students who were asking themselves: “why do we throw away our notes and pens?”.
It’s all about sustainability.
I do love writing, and this still gives me the freedom to do so, without completely going digital.

Simple Cover

I chose the most simple cover for my notebook, but there are lots of covers you can choose from now.

Customizable pages!

Monthly overview pages
Weekly Overview
To-do pages
Dotted Pages
Meal Planner

As you can see, there are a lot of different pages you can choose from (blank, dotted, lined, …) and it’s up to you which ones you need or like best. You can buy them separately and create the notebook YOU need.

I’m very happy with my notebook and I’m planning on using it more, especially for work. The pens are really nice as well and come in a variety of colors.

They also have a lot accessories like their vegan leather sleeves, bags and pencil cases. Still need to get one of those one day!

Would you consider using one of these notebooks ?
Let me know in the comments 🙂



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