Snapshot: Harriet Earle

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Every week in 2010 we will shine the light on a Moleskine user across the globe, this week's snapshot is on Harriet Earle. If you want to be featured in upcoming weeks, please email us! 

Name: Harriet Earle
Age: 21Current City: Nottingham, UK
Job: Student of Theology
Website: www.thegodpod.wordpress.com
Social Network (Facebook, Twitter, et c) Twitter: Harriyot

Questions:

1) What is your current Moleskine notebook?
I have two large red lined ones – one for university work and one that gets used to write all my random stuff in. I also have a pocket weekly planner – my little lifesaver! I can't leave the house without it. I think if I lost it, it would be like losing a leg!

2) How do you use your notebook?
My red lined ones get beat up a lot – they end up shoved in the bottom of my rucksack and bruised by books. They are the perfect size and shape to balance on my knee in lectures for taking notes. I stick things in, make notes, doodle (I can't draw to save my life but I do draw cute stickmen sometimes) and use it as a journal of everything in my life I don't want to forget. As for my little weekly notebook – that is used as a repository for every crucial piece of information that comes my way – dates, phone numbers, addresses – it all gets written it there!

3) What's the next place you plan to take your notebook to?
I'm changing universities in the autumn – starting my PhD  – so there'll be plenty new things to write about then. Before that I'm going on holiday to Montreal on my own and will definitely be taking my moleskines to turn into travel journals. 

4) What do you want to tell the world?
Forget digital – nothing beats the creamy smooth paper of a beautiful notebook. So blank, so fresh, so utterly inspiring!

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