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It's tough to trace the exact history, but the spiral notebook was said to have been invented by Edward Podosek in 1924. He was an English inventor with many other patents to his name for school supplies, such as ring binders and recyclable paper.
A notebook is made by turning pulp into paper and then adding details such as lines and holes. The notebook's cover, meanwhile, is made from plastic, leather, fabric, or cardboard. Each of these pieces is bound together either with adhesive glue or thin spiraled wires.
There are many benefits to handwriting, including better memory, improved eyesight and focus, and even a deeper, more restful night's sleep. It's worth putting down your phone and picking up a pen!
It's possible to recycle notebooks by first removing the metal spiral and then recycling the paper in curbside pickup. However, it's better for you to repurpose your notebooks into something new, like hats, art, origami, or kindling for a bonfire.
You can customize notebooks online through a distributor! The first step is to pick out the notebook you like, and then your design will be added to the cover via screen or digital printing.