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How and Why to Keep a Captain’s Log

Including twelve quotes in defense of a daily notebook.

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I carry a notebook with me every day. I like an unlined notebook and a good pencil (my brother sent me a box of Palomino Blackwings a year ago and I might be slightly snobbish about the pencils, but I’m not so much about the notebook. It just has to have a good hand feel.)

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Shaunta Grimes

Shaunta Grimes

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