I am using my Moleskine planner as a glue book instead of an actual planner. I create in this book with abandon. My inner child is let out to play in these pages.
It's basically a vision book ~ more kinetic and tactile than a vision board and, therefore, more infused with energy.
I belong to several social media based creativity groups and, except for Documented Life Project, I don't follow the prompts. My DLP prompt responses are found on the "tip-in" pages - the ones that fold out to the right. It's why my book is so gloriously fat!
I made this video on the fly after a busy weekend and in between errands. I cover my art table with poster board to keep it clean. I thought the stamped and painted remnants of past projects would add flair to this video. Instead, it's very distracting. Live and learn.
These are seriously the best pens ever ~ especially for art and art journaling. They write over any surface and keep on writing. Other pens I've tried in the past are unusable after making marks on rough surfaces, such as gesso, acrylic paint, etc.