How many times while doodling have you come up with an idea you just needed to write down in longhand, but struggled to write neatly on a blank page?
Although there are no set rules on how to use the double layout, ruled pages generally work best for the kind of notes you take with the rational part of your brain, like lists, bullet points and charts while plain pages are ideal for more spontaneous, creative records like mind maps, brainstorms and sketches.
The Moleskine Two-Go is a notebook that multiplies the possibilities for taking notes, sketching and creating as each two-page spread is plain on one side and ruled on the other.
The thick ivory pages are waiting to be filled with your ideas, thoughts and lists. Choose the format that best suits your style – lined for long hand notes and daily to-do’s, plain for sketching and non-horizontal thoughts, squared for doodlers and secret mathematicians, dotted for out-of-the-box ideas.