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touch point 2020 calendar notebook
touch point 2020 calendar notebook
touch point 2020 calendar notebook
touch point 2020 calendar notebook
touch point 2020 calendar notebook
touch point 2020 calendar notebook
$15.00

touch point 2020 calendar notebook

A reminder to lighten the significance of What-You're-Here-To-Do. Perhaps it's as simple as touching the world & being willing to be touched back.

After all that time of asking what she's here to do, it's hard to believe it's simply reaching out & touching a world that wants to be touched.

[Note: like many of our stories, this one is available in feminine, masculine & non-binary versions]

*Please note two things:

the description of the notebook - It has a sturdy paperboard cover, but if you're looking for a bit more protection from spills & scratches as you carry it throughout the day, you may want to choose the notebook with clear vinyl cover (it's reusable, so you can refill with different notebooks over time)

and there are Japanese characters marked on some of the days - This is the English version, it wasn't a mistake - they are very light and small - you can see on the second picture here.

Total: 175 pages

2 pages : Annual calendar
28 pages : Monthly schedule (December 2019 - January 2021)
113 pages : 8 divided ruled line pages (the width of ruled line 7mm)
32 pages : blank pages

  • 5.83 x 8.27 inches (size A5)
  • wrapped in paraffin paper, like a dust jacket or choose a protective clear vinyl cover
  • threaded binding allows the book to open to a full 180-degrees, staying flat when open
  • an orange string attached to exposed cheesecloth spine may be used as a place holder
  • sturdy paperboard cover, minimalist design
  • made by Midori in Japan

      description

      • 5.83 x 8.27 inches (size A5)
      • wrapped in paraffin paper, like a dust jacket or choose a protective clear vinyl cover

      details

      • threaded binding allows the book to open to a full 180-degrees, staying flat when open
      • an orange string attached to exposed cheesecloth spine may be used as a place holder
      • sturdy paperboard cover, minimalist design
      • made by Midori in Japan

       about Midori