A closed yellow Rhodiarama notebook sitting on a desk.

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  1. Eileen, I love you, seal clap, i love you1

  2. OMG yes I wanted to try Rhodia for a long long time but the orange everything REALLY bugs me! Actually I saw that they have other colours on their official site but its never found in stores… And notebook is something I just want to touch before I buy? Does that make sense? lol

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      It does make total sense Winsom! I agree that it’s nice to be able to touch them and see them in person before purchasing.

  3. Rhodia also makes Goalbooks, which are more oriented towards being bullet journals (index pages, calendars, and extra bookmarks)

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Yes, they absolutely do! However, this is the one that I prefer. ?

  4. great review, shelby! i thought at first maybe you had an endorsement deal but then you gave us the cons! yes, i would find that front and center logo pretty distracting. i would use a sticker to make it my own. That dreamy paper is tempting…

    1. I’m so glad you enjoyed the review, Julia! And don’t worry, if I ever am working with a company to create a post, I will always say it at the very top of the article so there is no confusion. And yes, that paper’s call is something fierce!

  5. Do you know that Rhodia has a notebook specifically for bullet journal? It is called Rhodia Goalbook with index and future log already printed and numbers for pages as well. And like with the Rhodiarama, you have different choices for your cover color.
    And I like your work, your posts on IG are very inspiring ?

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Thanks so much. Really any notebook can be used for your bullet journaling!

  6. Great review and so timely as I’m having this trouble in my journal! I’m trying to compare paper quality, but mine is rated in pounds. Do you know how to compare pounds to g? (is that grains or grams?) Thank you!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      It’s a bit tricky to convert from pounds to GSM (grams per square meter. They are measured so differently it would vary, it’s not a straight forward conversion.

  7. Michelle Owings-Christian says:

    Shelby —

    Since I’ve gotten back into fountain pens, this is great to know. However, dot grids hurt my eyes. Do you know if they come in lined?

    If you don’t know, I can look it up.



    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      They do come in lined as well! If you follow the link over to Amazon it may pop up below the dotted one in the similar items.

  8. Eileen DOUGLAS says:

    After seeing them mentioned everywhere, I bought a Moleskin journal. It’s awful. My fine point markers bleed through constantly. The only thing that doesn’t show through is pencil. I am so disappointed. I have a fine touch and don’t press hard, but nothing seems to help. Next time I will switch to the Rhodia or to a looseleaf binder. I’ve put too much work into this one to change now, but it is frustrating.

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      I’m sorry to hear that Eileen. It is frustrating when the journal or supplies you get just don’t quite work out as planned.

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