Review: Brain Freeze Journal

I made a goal to start journaling again ( see 101 in 1001 list ). I tried out the Brain Freeze Journal by Potter to start back ...

I made a goal to start journaling again (see 101 in 1001 list).



I tried out the Brain Freeze Journal by Potter to start back out in a physical journal. The journal looks like a neapolitan ice cream sandwich. The journal was too cute to pass up on, but I wasn't biggest fan once I got it. The journal itself is about four inches by seven inches, and about one and half inches thick. It's a pretty tiny journal. I like a smaller-sized notebook, but I'm thinking more of a DVD-case sized notebook.
Anyways, because it's thicker, it's slightly more difficult to write in. If you're writing in the middle of the journal, the pages lie flat because the spine is only the binded pages, but not a solid spine, which is pretty cool. But if you're closer to front or back and you try to write on one page, the opposite flips back towards your hand. Does that even make sense?
The pages are cute, because you've got the chocolate (brown) lines up on the top half of the page, the strawberry (pink) lines on the bottom of the page, and the center of the page is vanilla (white). I liked the lines on the page, because I could write on the lines and draw or doodle on the blank spaces.


I'm not sure I'll fill this journal up, because it's so small, but it is still so cute!








I received this journal from Blogging for Books for review.

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