The first time I saw a Public Supply journal, I actually gasped. And when I saw the full collection and realized that they make dot-grid journals, I basically had to be resuscitated with smelling salts.
That said, this notebook is not built to be my main notebook, as much as I wish it were; the cover isn't terribly sturdy, and it's only 96 pages. However, after I wrote a book about journaling, I was like, TRULY, WHAT BETTER TIME TO BUY MYSELF A SEMI-IMPRACTICAL BUT INCREDIBLY BEAUTIFUL NOTEBOOK? I talked myself out of buying the $150 11-journal set, and instead purchased the mint green and the peach, and I have been waiting for months for them to restock the pale blue.
Once I bought them, I had to find a use for them. Eventually, I decided to turn the mint one into what I think of as a sort of an "encyclopedia of you" notebook — basically a notebook where you can write the things you want to reference again and again, and don't really feel like re-copying into multiple journals. Think: the most spot-on descriptions from your Meyers-Briggs results, prayers or poems or quotes you love, the meanings of all your favorite crystals, etc. Things that are going to stay relatively constant over the course of a year or two. You could also use one of these for a specific time in your life (a very Instagrammable trip, after a breakup) or for a specific type of writing. Or you could just keep it on your desk to gaze upon admiringly and/or pet lovingly when you are sad! That's what I'm currently doing with the peach one and it's working out pretty well so far. And before you judge me for spending $16 on something that makes me happy every time I look at it, consider how many people spent $16 to sit through one showing of The Emoji Movie.
Anyway. If you, like me, cannot resist the siren song of a beautiful notebook in a gorgeous color, you can get one from Public Supply for $16.