I couldn't think of a better title for this post, so let me explain what I mean.
When I use a Filofax for keeping lists, notes, tracking projects etc. I tend to start writing on the front of a piece of paper and continue on the back side of the page, to keep each topic on its own distinct leaf of paper. However, when I use a bound notebook I tend to write on the two-page spread.
Each method has its own freedoms and limitations:
The Filofax page method has the freedom of moving each page to a different location within the Filofax, archiving it elsewhere, or removing it altogether. The limit is seeing thoughts and projects on only one side of a page at a time.
The bound book freedom is seeing thoughts stretched out across a larger spread. The limit of course is that those pages aren't going anywhere.
Do you tend to write on the front and then the back of distinct leaves of paper in your Filofax? Or do you write across the two-page spread and then keep those pages together if you move them somewhere else?