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Taking notes and writing ideas on paper is an attitude that does not seem to disappear at all in the digital age. Some recent studies draw attention to the importance of handwriting and reading on paper. Handwritten notes, like reading a paper book, involve more processing and selection of information than typing from the keyboard.

According to the University of Princeton – Attention, Students: Put Your Laptops Away – it appears that those who still use the most “ancient” technique to take notes or read a book, select more elements to take note of and have less difficulty make the transcribed notions their own and “store” them in the brain. But handwriting also helps the brain develop and keep it healthy (by Karin H.James and  LauraEngelhardt) without counting the benefits of writing a case of traumatic, stressful, emotional events.

In the digital age writing on notebooks, agendas, jotters of the highest quality, which always open perfectly flat, customizable, hand-bound in Italy with unique certified or recycled materials can only increase the pleasure of this healthy habit.