No matter how much technology advances, I'll still always love jotting things down with a pen and paper. I'm a writer – can you blame me? There's something about the physical act of writing that helps you remember things, and it can honestly just be so relaxing ... but it can be a big waste of paper, too.
I couldn't even tell you how many notepads I've bought and filled over the years, but I could probably replace them all with one of these. Rocketbook Everlast Notebooks are reusable notebooks that you could theoretically write in forever, because they're reusable! And if you shop soon, you can score them on sale.
For Amazon Prime Day, you can pick up Rocketbook notebooks in different sizes from just $31. And if you're as addicted to stationery as I am, you'd probably spend that much on just one agenda – let alone a book you can use over and over again. So ... how do these magical things work?
Each Pocketbook – like this Executive Size Reusable Notebook, which is down to $31 from $46 – contains reusable pages. Just write on them with a special Pilot Frixion pen, marker or highlighter (one pen is included) like normal. Wait for 15 seconds for the ink to dry, and it will bond to the pages. When you're done with whatever you wrote, you can wipe the page clean with a damp cloth. Just let it dry, and you can write again!
And if all that wasn't cool enough, these are actually smart notebooks, too. That means you can scan the QR codes in the bottom corners of every page to upload your notes to services like Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, and One Note – and I wish I had these when I was still in university!