Recently, I have developed an interest in creative planning and journalling (again). This led me to join different groups on Facebook (four for planners and journals, two for buying and selling crafts stuff,) to grow it more. I also became curious about what a Traveler’s Notebook is and admired it from the posts of the members in the Facebook groups I’m in. Then I stumbled upon Noted Journal PH (NJPH).
From their website,
NJPH holds a brand called Notedori. Notedori is a handmade traveler’s notebook from Manila. It is designed for all the adventure seekers & OC human beings existing on the planet.
Traveler’s Notebook (TN) originated in the beautiful country of Japan where all quality paper products came from. TN is a handy memory keeper, diary or journal that you can carry anywhere. It is refillable and you can repurpose the notebook cover over ages.
As our saying goes, “Make sure every moment is Noted,” we hope that with this kind of journaling system you will be able to document beautiful memories captured by your soul every time you travel.
The person behind Noted Journal PH is a filmmaker in her 20s, based in Manila. She’s a sunset chaser on the side and dreams to travel the world. Paper is her first love. Back then, while all the other kids spend time on toy stores, she feels like heaven on stationery sections or school supplies. She wished to have her own stationery store in the future. On her 25th year of existence she created a journal brand called Notedori to share her love and passion for paper and travel.
Noted Journal PH offers Traveler’s Notebook in Regular and Passport size. You can choose from a number of colors for your cover namely Cream, Brown, Black, Fuchsia Pink, Dark Blue, Tan, Light Blue, Red, Shiny Copper, Silver, and White. Each notebook cover costs P300 except for Brown, which costs P260. All of their Passport Sizes’ covers are P260. Currently, I have a brown one because I’m just a TN novice and I wanted it in the usual cover. But seeing all the other samples on their Instagram account, I want to buy a few more covers!
They have a couple of different inserts up for order like Weekly Log, Daily Log, Monthly Log, To Do List, Travel Log, Budget Log, Movie Log, Dotted, Lined, Graph, and Plain. Prices of the insert range from P110 – P260. Currently, I have two dotted inserts and I plan to add more to it. I want my Notedori to be chunky as it can be!
Packages and Customization
Aside from buying the cover and inserts separately, they also offer package rates. Cover + 3 80 gsm white paper costs P480 for Regular size and P390 for the Passport size while a cover + 3 100 gsm white paper costs P580 for Regular size and P490 for Passport size. While you’re at it, Noted Journal also gives you the option to customize your own Notedori! You can put your name stamp in the header for P50 for 1-5 letters and P10 for additional letters, or get a name chain for P70 for 1-5 letters and P10 for additional letters. It’s lovely to put your own personal touch in your things, don’t you agree?
How to Order
Currently, Noted Journal PH offers three ways on how you can order from their shop:
- Go to Contact tab and send them an e-mail with your order form.
- Go to Home Page, scroll down and you can find their Viber # (+63 9209774126 / +63 9155142640) and you can send your order form there.
- Go to Home Page, scroll down and click Facebook or Instagram Logo (this will lead you to the links) and message them your order form.
So many convenient ways to order your own Notedori, right?
I already have my planners so I can’t wait to use my Notedori as my on the go journal, productivity tracker, and brain dump! I still have to figure out how to set it up. I will most definitely write about it in The Paper Junkie soon.
By the way, to all crafters out there, Noted Journal PH is looking for collaborators! They welcome crafters who want to send their products in exchange of a blog review by NJPH (provided that their products will not have any conflict of interest, i.e. similarities on their collection). They could also include samples of your products when they send orders to their clients.
As Noted Journal PH says, keep writing!