GIVEAWAY: EVERNOTE + MOLESKINE

It must be something in the air this season, because we’re stoked to announce a draw for a shiny new Evernote Moleskine notebook. This beautiful craft features 240 pages of squared paper for special use with the Evernote Page Camera, a ribbon bookmark, elastic closure and an accordion pocket stuffed with Evernote Smart Stickers for tagging and organising your sketches and notes. As a compelling bonus, the notebook comes with three free months of Evernote Premium to help you make the most of this unique tool.

To enter, comment and tell us about your notebook addiction and why you’d love a Moleskine, or nominate someone that you know would love to win the prize!

EDIT: The draw will conclude at 12:00PM (UTC-8) on Boxing Day, December 26 2014. We’ll close comments and announce the winner then!  The draw is officially closed and the lucky winner is Ivan! Thanks for entering. 

WIN A FREE YEAR OF EVERNOTE PREMIUM

Image from Adelle Charles of Fuel Brand Inc, via the Evernote Blog

Happy Monday! We are kicking off this chilly but glorious week with an awesome giveaway of one whole year of Evernote Premium. All you have to do is leave a comment on this post to let us know you want to jump in. Tell your friends, too!

We will run all the names in the comments through a randomizer and draw one lucky winner on Friday at noon, PST (UTC-8). The winner will be notified by email, so make sure you double-check your spelling and check your junk mail.

What would you do with your prize Premium year?

EDIT: Congratulations to Brett for winning the draw! The entries are now closed. Thanks to everyone who participated!

WE LOVE EVERNOTE + MOLESKINE

Creative people can tend to be disorganised, which, although not incompatible with creative work, isn’t very helpful when you’re trying to remember where the heck you put that great idea you had while at brunch yesterday (jotted down on a napkin that you stuffed into your pants pocket and then ran through the washing machine). If you’re like me, you might have tried several different strategies for idea capturing and struggled to keep things consistently neat and categorised.

I’ve often advocated for keeping one notebook for everything, rather than trying to keep separate notebooks for each focus. With the fusion of Evernote and Moleskine, you can do just that: work projects, business notes, sundry flashes of inspiration; all automatically categorised with just a few touches; all text searchable (with, perhaps, the exception of the infamous doctors’ hand).

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