The big question is: what is Trigg? Well, I’m here to explain to you all about this awesome new diary (or planner, whichever you prefer), and how it will benefit you.

Trigg Life Mapper is an advanced page-a-day diary that guides you towards your most valued goals, which includes short-term and long-term goals. The diary fuses together planning, productivity, habit, mindfulness and gratitude to provide a daily, weekly and yearly framework that will ensure you work less (who doesn’t enjoy a good break?), get more done and constantly strive towards achieving your goals.


Personally, I’ve been using planners for a number of years. Each person will have their preferences, but the sound of this mindfulness planner is definitely something I’d love to try out. Here are the specs:

  • A5 size: 210mm x 148mm
  • 90 GSM ivory paper (fountain pen friendly, hooray!)
  • Hard cover
  • 400 pages section sewn
  • Elastic strap
  • Bookmark Ribbon
  • It’s also an awesome aqua blue


The Trigg Life Mapper contains 10 innovative structures, so here they are:

  1. An annual forecast section
  2. A weekly planner page
  3. A daily productivity page
  4. A daily productivity quad
  5. A weekly gratitude section
  6. A weekly reflection section
  7. A daily inspirational quote
  8. A weekly ‘call to action’
  9. A six month review section
  10. A final annual review section


When I get my hands on a sample product I plan on giving you all an in-depth review of the Trigg Life Mapper and also upload some more pictures.  If you’d like some more information, or wish to purchase one of your own, head on over to Thinktrigg. 


My previous post gave an overview of Bookblock’s new flagship product, the Weskin. My sample product finally came in the mail and I can give you the full guided tour. I’m not disappointed. Let me warn you that my photo’s aren’t quite as good as Bookblock’s professional ones, but they definitely show how awesome this notebook is.


The Weskin contains several great features, which are mentioned here, so I won’t go over all of them again. Some major features do stand out though. At first glance, I thought the Weskin was actually a hard-cover – until I picked it up in my excited little fingers. The geometric patterns on the end-pages are very sophisticated.


The cloth-bound cover is a great touch and adds to the modern design of the notebook. Having two bookmarks is brilliant – I always find that when I take notes I need to be in two places at once. With the Weskin, anything is possible.


My favourite part of the Weskin has to be the pages. Not only are they soft and silky to the touch – my fountain pen doesn’t bleed through.


If you’re on the market for a new notebook that looks fancy with gilded edges, but is also extremely practical, then you’ve come to the right place.  The Bookblock Shop will be up and running soon, so you can get your paws on one of these fantastic notebooks.


If you’ve read any of my previous reviews on Bookblock, you’ll understand how great their notebooks are.  The company has taken another step and created the Weskin, a one-of-a-kind notebook.


The Weskin is your perfect notebook companion, whether you’re working, studying, or just writing. The notebook is A5 in size (not too big, not too small),  comes with a pretty gilt edge, and is available in classic navy blue, contemporary yellow or muted grey. The Weskin also has a geometric lining, and comes complete with a double grosgrain ribbon – all of the must-have notebook essentials.


Other essentials include that the notebook lays flat, has a semi-flex (not quite as soft as a soft-cover, but not a hard-cover), is covered in durable textured cloth and comes with a silver, metallic geometric bellyband – a great bookmark alternative.


The launch of Bookblock’s flagship product, the Weskin, comes with the introduction of the Bookblock shop – an easier way for you to get your hands on everything Bookblock by purchasing online. The shop isn’t quite ready yet, but when it’s up and running in the next few weeks, you can get your personal Weskin here at the Bookblock shop. 

Bookblock has been kind enough to send me a sample product too, so when I get my hands on the notebook I will make sure to give you all of the testing details. Until then, let these images entice you.