Keep a diary and someday it will keep you. – mae west
I’ve used Moleskines for about eight years now and can’t be without one.
I fill them with my to do lists with titles like “a to-do list for a busy weekend and a cluttered mind”. I keep lists of “things to do to stay positive”, projects, wish lists, and bits of overheard conversations (“he knew how to say things in one sentence”). I keep a calendar with every responsibility and activity. Lists of books I want to read, bands I want to listen to and movies I want to watch.
And I keep them. I have drawers full of used books; a messy, imperfect record of a life in progress.
But the Moleskines of Timothy Durand are on a whole other level.