Free 3-Pack of Word. Terrain Notebooks

We here at Words on the Goods are big fans of Word. Notebooks. (And not just because of their awesome name.) Although it’s hard to part with them, we want to give you a free set of three Word. Notebooks, from their brand new Terrain Series. The 3.5″ by 5.5″ notebooks work great for note-taking, task tracking, bullet point journal entries, and anything else you can imagine.

The Terrain Series is available in Green, Ivory, and Orange 3-packs. If you want to skip the giveaway and order now, go here. But if you want a chance at a free mixed 3-pack, comment below with a few words on how you would use (or do use) pocket notebooks. By the way, the mixed 3-pack is not available on the Word. site, so you’re getting a Word. on Words on the Goods exclusive here.

 

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We’ll randomly select one winner from the comments below. For one entry, simply answer the question, “What would/do I put into pocket notebooks?” For a second entry, share a link to this post on Facebook or Twitter, and come back here to the comments to say you did (with a link, if possible). For a THIRD entry, scroll down to the left sidebar and enter your email address (we won’t share it) to subscribe to the blog.

We’ll announce the winners in a week.

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  1. Great blog name. Word. should sponsor your blog. I guess they already are. Word.

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  2. I will put my long-term plans on it.

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  3. Little notepad of thoughts to share with my husband throughout the day and give to him at the end of each month.

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  4. I always take notes with my notebook and pen. I remember it better, I can do sketchnotes, and draw. I’m a part time inventor, so a notebook is always handy.

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  5. I write EVERYTHING down, and usually by the end of any given day, I have on me at least 5 scraps of papers with scribbled notes on it. If i had a notebook, all my lists, ideas, and writings would be neatly found in one place, and i’d be able to archive them neatly, rather than have a drawer full of scraps. 🙂

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  6. I carry a pocket notebook every day as my outboard brain. If I don’t write it down, I don’t remember it!

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  7. I also just posted the link to facebook 🙂
    I have a friend who would love a chance to win these notebooks, too.

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  8. For my college bullet journal, memory keeping and journal in general 😀

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  9. Ashley Ciccarello April 27, 2016 — 4:14 pm

    I put my grand adventure plans in my tiny notebooks! Everything from camping grocery lists to international trip packing to dos!

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  10. I’d definitely be doing some sketches & art journaling, I draw quite frequently & itd be great to take on the go.

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  11. I would give one to my wife so we could both be more organized. I would write down everything from things that need to be done to shopping lists.

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  12. I’d love a 3 pack, I was literally just shopping on amazon for some! I guess I’ll wait…

    Happy Journalling

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  13. I always carry a pocket notebook in my suit with me during the day along with a fountain pen. The notebook is indispensable as I often find myself stopping at lunch, jotting down an idea, closing up the notebook, and then returning to the idea later when I have time.

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  14. A daily log while I am backpacking in Zion and Grand Canyon this summer!! It’s perfect because of the topographical design and outdoor colors. Would be honored.

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  15. I would totally draw and sketch, but only drawing that are worthy to touch the pages

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  16. Timothy Anderson April 27, 2016 — 4:53 pm

    Will be used for lecture notes in school. perfect size for a small bag.

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  17. Lists, lists, lists
    Kid sketches from hikes, museums and everyday waiting

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  18. I would write down all my emotions, and thoughts through out the day. As an aspiring writer, jotting everything is a must.

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  19. As a geologist, that series is my favourite. That said, you probably already know what would its porpoise – notes on geological data.

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  20. I use pocket notebooks to write down anything at any time! There is always one on me at all times. I fill them with fresh ideas, reminders, lists, phone #’s, etc! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  21. Daily adventures, thoughts, ideas, hopes & dreams.

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  22. I use my pocket notebooks for weekly to-do lists to keep organized, Bible study notes, music notes, and anything else I don’t want to forget.

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  23. To-do lists, project notes, etc.

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  24. Three is the perfect number for me. I would use one for each of the two volunteer organizations with which I am involved and the third would be for all the personal ToDo stuff that comes up that I need to remember.

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  25. Tweeted — twitter.com/@mikes10663

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  26. To forever hold my favourite quotes of course! This one from David Whyte is a fave of mine: “Rest is the conversation between what we love to do and how we love to be”.

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  27. I would use the prize to capture my random thoughts for a future project.

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  29. I’m a seminary student preparing for ministry as a pastor. I am always looking at the context I’m in and making observations, notes, etc. I would use these notebooks to collect my thoughts, sermon ideas, people I meet, and any other random bits.

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  30. I love your notebooks. I’m a writer and would fill the notebook with diagrams, sketches and rants.

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  31. As a US Marine, these come in handy. What goes in them? Plan of the day, word to pass and doodles to kill time! We have lots, and lots of time…

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  32. I use them for work as A news editor. About half the book is names of people we photograph. The other half is nots on stories or that months issue.

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  33. I use them in a little traveler’s notebook for notes and planning.

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  34. Would like to start using physical notebooks (instead of digital) for meeting notes. This would be a great place to start!

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  35. I’ll put in things that would most likely be things later shared with you, good sir.

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