Mead Flex Binder as a Travel Notebook!

If you’re a regular subscriber to my blog, you’re not doubt familiar with my love of the Mead Flex binders.

I’ve come up with another potential use: travel notebook.

One flexible, refillable binder that can travel the world with you.

Some people like having a field notes style set up, in a thin bound notebook or one of those fancy coil bound ones, but think with me for a minute:

  • The binder is flexible.
  • The binder is refillable if you run out of paper.
  • You can rearrange entries if needed.
  • Thanks to the creation of the Mead OrganizHer book, you have size options.
  • There are small three hole punches that are light, portable, and don’t take up a lot of space.
  • And because the holes punched in the paper for the OrganizHer notebook line up with regular notebook paper, there’s no repunching and you can put these pages into its own three ring binder once you are home.

Consider your options!

© Cori Large April 28, 2015

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8 Responses to Mead Flex Binder as a Travel Notebook!

  1. Kristin C says:

    Sounds like a good one to have 🙂

  2. Logan Can says:

    I will definitely have to check out these binders! They sound great!

  3. I have a planner hat I love, but I also recently have started using a regular lined paper notebook as well, my note taking and list making is out of control lately!

    • caendicott says:

      I like them because you can move the paper around and rearrange it when you need to, but also like being able to fold it back like a spiral notebook. And now that it comes in multiple sizes, I don’t foresee buying other supplies other than pen and notebook paper. Keep an eye out in Wal-Marts around Oct-Dec, they put them on clearance.

  4. Canyon says:

    Interesting! I’m going to have to look into getting a Mead Flex Binder.

    • caendicott says:

      Yes, Canyon, yes you are. You will join the dark side! If you get a smaller one like my mini flex, you can use all of your dori inserts in it too.

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