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Best Paper For Circa Notebooks


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I just ran out of prepunched circa paper that was made by rhodia. I don't really care for the levenger paper. I have a supply of the behance dot grid paper that I also like but has been discontinued. Any thoughts on a good or great quality paper with lines for routine note taking for circa system. I am open to self punching if I cant find anything reasonable that is pre punched.

 

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I purchase the TUL / Arc books from Staples / Office Depot.

 

http://www.officedepot.com/a/products/771051/TUL-Custom-Note-Taking-System-Discbound/

 

The recent find was the 5 subject notebook that came out t his year with a ton of pages. It was cheaper to buy the notebook than the paper.

 

I also find the paper that I love and punch it. The Tomoe River Paper that I thought would be too thin, was actually a lot of fun.

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The Arc paper at Staples is much better than the Levenger paper I got with my Circa notebook.

 

If you want to punch, Tomoe River works, as does Rhodia or Clairfontaine from a pad.

 

Truthfully, I have almost given up on my Circa notebook. It's heavy and cumbersome anywhere except on my desk. I have recently found Midori MD A5 notebooks and really like those for my travel and field work. Much lighter and more compact.

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