It's our 200th FFAF!! Woo hoo!! *party horns and confetti*
As a science-type myself, I was wondering recently if anyone uses a Filofax for science purposes? It would be useful as a lab notebook (although probably the non-leather ones would be best for this in case of spills). Smaller binders would be great as field books for bird watching, environmental studies or geological surveys.
I know people often use bound books for these purposes because they are less bulky and easier to archive. But when I worked in a biochemistry lab I used a binder (although nothing as exciting as a Filofax, just a boring 3-ring) for my lab notes because I worked on several projects at once and it was easier for me to separate them with tabbed dividers. I think a Filofax would be handy for science because you'd always have your pen and reference info accessible in it.
Does anyone use a Filofax for science?
And as always on Fridays, the Filofax discussion is open!
***Edited to add: I realized this morning that a better theme for today's 200th FFAF would have been:
What's the best advice you've gotten from Philofaxy?
So, today we'll have a double theme!
Happy Friday everyone! :)