How to Preserve Your Journals

‘Rule No. 1 when you’re journal shopping: Acid-free is key. So, start by choosing a journal with acid-free paper. Pay attention to the paper’s feel, too: Heavier, higher quality papers indicate longevity—the longer fibers will break down more slowly. Sewn bindings are generally strongest, but be careful how you bend the book to write in it—stretching can damage. University Products makes hardbound journals that are bound so they open flat for writing.”

Your Preservation Guide
by Allison Stacy
@ The Writers Digest

[Thanks John!]

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