Black books clutter my environment. Many can attest. Journals are stashed everywhere full of heiroglyphs, unflattering portraits of coworkers, project notes, client feedback and useful nonsense. I only rarely refer back to my journals because the act of writing things down is more valuable than retaining a record. It helps me physically see my thoughts as I am having them but organizing them for reference later is utterly secondary. Getting to the point, I can’t wait for the release of the BLK Book which is slated to be exactly “soon.” To learn more about the BLK Book or it’s creators Hugo & Cat check out this link.
I got clued into this product over here at Aisle One.