Three Rules Of Proper Notebook Management: 1-What To Write In Your Notebook

by Randy Murray on June 4, 2013


A pocket notebook is one of the most valuable tools a writer can possess and it’s pretty damn useful for everyone else, too. Write down everything that you need to know later, want to remember, things that you’ve seen, or ideas that have occurred to you.

Write down things that amuse, shock, or move you in some way. This is the thing that makes people writers: they experience something and their first and strongest impulse is to write about it.

A notebook kept for a single purpose will likely go unused. A general notebook, well managed, is a mass of ideas, reminders, and observations.

It’s a goldmine.

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