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!
 
Mar 26, 2007
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Raiding PBC's closet... shh!
YES! I completely try to take up every inch of paper. for $50+ per refill, I have to! (if my SO ever found out how much that paper costs, he'd have me soak it in warm water to dissolve the ink, dry it, and use it again! :roflmfao: )
 

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.