Juan Luis Vives was a Spanish humanist who was hired by Katherine of Aragon to oversee the education of her daughter, Mary. He traveled from Spain, and I like to imagine that he wrote out his educational philosophy in a notebook like this, since they look so authentic and historic.
These gorgeous notebooks are perfect for taking notes (in history class, for example, to really blow your mind) writing in as a journal, or just jotting down thoughts as they come to you. Either way, they will attract attention, and be a conversation starter. Unlined pages, perfect for doodles and free-flowing writing down thoughts.
This bracelet is shipped from an affiliate'sworkshop I found in China, and it takes about a month to arrive. You will receive tracking information when it is available.
Remember that everything you buy is a Purchase with a Purpose. I donate 10% of profits split between the local historic society in my hometown of Lancaster, PA, and through funding microloans to women refugee entrepreneurs with Kiva.
Cover Material: Leather With Lock: No Cover Hardness: Soft Copybook Use: Travel Journal Side Binding Mode: Spiral