I bought this so I could go through all my personal journals, find the stories about my family, then re-write them to store on a bookshelf in the living room for them to read + me to include in scrapbooks. The color is pretty, but the fabric is *very* thin, much thinner than I expected considering what the retail price is, and has an air bubble on top of the case. Also, there are just a handful of journaling sheets in each binder -- really, not even enough to fill one binder. How expensive is filler paper?!?! Unfortunately, even though I looked for that information everywhere *before* I made the purchase, it was nowhere to be found, so I gambled -- and lost. In order to find out how many sheets were in each binder, I took the shrink wrap off, so I could not return it. It will still look nice on the shelf in our living room, but it won't be too long before I'll have to buy more filler sheets from Day-Timer (expensive for paper) or make my own (I used to use this size planner, so I think I still have the proper 3-hole punch). Save yourself some money by altering used cardboard storage binders from Day-Timers, Franklin-Covey, Day-Runner, etc., instead.
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