Do you write on both sides in your Ulysse notebook?

PrimalX

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A slightly odd question for everyone: do you write on both sides of the paper in your Ulysse notebook? Sometimes its hard to have a sturdy writing surface when writing on the backside of a page, but if I don't I feel like I'm wasting perfectly good space! :P Any input would be much apprecaited.

Thanks! :smile:
 
Oct 12, 2006
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Yes! I just finished up a whole notebook in the largest size and every square inch of the paper is writen on!
 

Chipper

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Dec 31, 2007
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By the sea in SD...
Yes, I generally do. But I do use a permanent, acid-free, archival ink pen which has surprising penetration despite its fine point (0.45mm), so I have no qualms about skipping a page every now and then if there is substantial bleed through. I know I could just switch pens but this one is such a joy to write with and hey, the best notebook needs the best pen, imo!:P

P.S. I am a stationary junkie.
 

lvrjrt

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Oct 15, 2006
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Me, too - both sides! Mine has darker colors for the sections - orange, oranger, and red - so nothing shows through.
 
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