Baron Fig’s Confidant Notebooks

As many of you know, I’m somewhat of a fanatic for writing notebooks and have tried a ton of them over the years. And I’m always willing to try something entirely new.

Let’s be honest though: Most notebooks are created equal and there are very few noticeable differences between makes, models, and the overall experience. What it comes down to is personal preference and historical engagement that typically delivers the best result.

In other words, if you’ve been using one type of notebook for quite some time then it may require a catastrophic shift for you to move to another type and kind. And most creators and printers know this.

That’s where Baron Fig seems to do it right though as they’ve created something very different in comparison to the other creative writing notebooks that I’ve covered in the past. The feel, texture, and responsiveness is a marked contrast and I am enjoying the experimentation immensely.

Here are some beautiful shots of what I was able to experience:

But do you know what I liked the most about Baron Fig’s implementation? I loved the name: Confidant.

The definition of such a word is thus:

A person with whom one shares a secret or private matter, trusting them not to repeat it to others.

It elicits such thoughts as best friendpartner, and ally. I love that because isn’t your notebook really just that? It’s a trusted friend who’s readily available to listen to your every thought and word? The obvious personification hit me instantly as I wrote words on paper.

If you have a moment, I’d love for you to check out Baron Fig’s work – it might just be the trusted paper-to-pen resource you’ve been looking for.