The Anything Journal


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Product Description
You may be wondering: "What IS an 'anything' journal?" Good question. It could be a diary. Or a dream journal. Maybe it's a day planner or study guide or a sketchpad where you jot down your favorite doodles. With its sleek outer design and customizable dot grid interior, it's anything you want it to be! The Anything Journal measures 8.25" x 5.75" and comes with an embossed vegan "leather" cover and attached bookmark. Inside are 200+ pages of durable dot grid paper (90 g/sqm), with drawings of MUTTS characters Mooch, Earl, Sourpuss, and Woofie (along with a few other goodies) sprinkled throughout.
Product Details
  • Material(s)Vegan Faux Leather Cover
  • OriginMade in India

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Totally Love my Journal. I use it for taking notes at my biz meetings and will start using it as my daily organizer. This way I will have everything in one place. (Please keep these in stock!) Thank You!


Renee Scholtz

I am a huge Mutts fan and bought this journal for myself. I am really disappointed. The paper is warped, ,the dots are too big and dark, and the binding came apart after about a week of use. The paper is thick but it still bleeds through. It was quite expensive and it’s not usable. The little drawings are cute enough, but doesn’t make up for the lack of quality.



I'm sorry to say it, but I don't like this journal. While the FEW pages that do have drawings on them are cute, the Journal quality isn't up to snuff. While the pages are of a heavier weight paper than a Moleskine journal, the paper is still very thin and there's bleed through with a simple ink pen. The Journal, with fewer pages than a Moleskine is 50% thicker. The dot grid is fairly dark (except on the pages with the drawings), making it obtrusive. The construction of the Journal is cheap--warped end pages, sewing that looks like it's going to fall apart, and--most importantly--the pages do not lie flat when the journal is open. It's definitely has its appeal, but the quality is lacking. It may be okay for note taking if you don't mind bleed-through, but otherwise, it's expensive and not up to the quality of Moleskine books. I'd skip it unless you have to have the 'cuteness' of a FEW pages with drawings in the corner.

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