Journaling: My Midori Traveler’s Notebook Set-Up

Since I enjoy blogging, it might not surprise you to know that I also enjoy journaling. I use my journal as a place to vent and notice patterns. I also keep a record of any tarot or Ogham readings I do. It’s a place to document my spiritual practice as well.

This past year I’ve begun to use a Midori Traveler’s Notebook for my journal and planner. It has been fantastic! I cannot recommend the notebook enough. Here’s a video walking you through my set-up.

I hope to do another video talking about the importance of journaling in my Druid practice. For now this is more on the practical side. Warning: it’s a long video!

2 thoughts on “Journaling: My Midori Traveler’s Notebook Set-Up

  1. I would love to see what you do for journaling in your Druid practice. How many elastics do you have to hold that many notebooks in your journal? Also, how do you archive your old notebooks? The only thing that I was thinking when I was using the midori is that the booklets do not seem very permanent. I have journals from years ago that I can go back and read but wonder if the booklets will be the same.


    1. Such great questions. When I made my midori I made it so there are two straps to slide notebooks in. That means I only have to use two elastic bands. I archive my old notebooks by throwing them in a plastic tote. When I was younger my journals were different sizes and shapes. I like the midori notebooks because I can stick a rubber band around them and keep a date on the front making it easier to find in the tote. There are fancy binders for old notebooks from Midori, though. I certainly go back and still read from my journals, too!


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