One of the many choices a writer has to make while writing long-hand is how to keep the paper in long place and piece. It's always a challenge. In the end, it's all about taste.
Here are some of the methods I used over the years:
- Pros: Paper is safetly bound, no surface is required, easy to transport.
- Cons: Paper can't be rearranged, onc out, it's out, paper is limited, can induce OCD.
- Pros: Appealing, most "flexible".
- Cons: Most risky method.
- Pros: Paper can be safetly bound, can be rearranged, can have dividers, often have folder pockets.
- Cons: Rungs in paper can be torn, rings break, can be bulky, doesn't stack well.
- Pros: Paper can be rearranged, multiple folders can be stacked, thin.
- Cons: Can be overstuffed, cheap folders can succumb to weight, corners fold.
- Pros: Same ad notebook, but more portable.
- Cons: Paper can be ripped out more easily, back-sides can't be written on.
- Pros: Paper can be rearranged, folder can be written on, cheap.
- Cons: Paper can be lost without file clip, folder breaks apart over time.
|If you look carefully, you can see that the text |
looks quite familar.
Ironically, I wrote this post in a Moleskin.
How do you store your long-hand paper?