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  1. These are some great ideas! I have always steered away from mini notebooks because I just didn’t see the point. Clutter is something I struggle with (big time…) and I only saw them as just something else to get lost in the mix. But you bring up good points about them, and I think I may give it a try! I am a heavy smart phone user, but I can’t get the “feel” for keeping little notes on it. Mini notebooks might be a smart move for me 🙂

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  1. […] Also, on a awkwardly inserted side note, the awesome Alyssa Hollingsworth gave me the opportunity to write a guest post for The Great Noveling Adventure, a website she contributes to. If you’re looking to procrastinate some more, hop on over and read about the 5 different ways to take notes for your writing projects.  […]

  2. […] Also, on a awkwardly inserted side note, the awesome Alyssa Hollingsworth gave me the opportunity to write a guest post for The Great Noveling Adventure, a website she contributes to. If you’re looking to procrastinate some more, hop on over and read about the 5 different ways to take notes for your writing projects.  […]

  3. […] Also, on a awkwardly inserted side note, the awesome Alyssa Hollingsworth gave me the opportunity to write a guest post for The Great Noveling Adventure, a website she contributes to. If you’re looking to procrastinate some more, hop on over and read about the 5 different ways to take notes for your writing projects.  […]

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