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I'm a total sucker for paper goods, which is why I do my best to stay out of Goods for the Study, a new office supply/home goods store in New York City, run by the owner of the beloved McNally Jackson bookstore. The last time I was there, I bought a Le Typographe notebook for $15. It's handmade in Belgium, and the neon-orange grid makes my mundane notes look a lot more exciting. I can only find the $15 version in-store, but the smaller pad (that's less than half the price) is online.
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