Posts made in July, 2016


“Wherever you go, go with all your heart.” -Confucius Take a journey, but remember to bring your heart and mind along. Today’s ever-connected world can leave us actually disconnected from the things that matter most, and can take us away from being present to the miracles all around us. It’s one reason we love journal keeping so much. Journals provide the opportunity to reflect upon the day in a very organic way....

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“Over every mountain there is a path, although it may not be seen from the valley.” -Theodore Roethke Introducing Nepali Pathfinder Leather Journal The Nepali Pathfinder Leather Journal is handmade in Nepal and contains Lokta Paper. The paper is made from strips of the Lokta bush which are cooked in vats in the high Himalayan villages of Nepal. Once the desired consistency is obtained, the fibrous mash is placed by hand onto boxed...

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The New Softcover Notebook from Kathmandu Valley Co. From the high Himalayas, comes a new notebook. The Nepali Companion is unique in not only it’s lokta paper pages, but also it’s vegetable-dyed, lokta paper cover. Nepali Companion Notebook – Medium, Terra Cotta   Journal on the Go Perhaps you need a journal that’s easy to take with you on a trip, as a field book, to a meeting, or to a class. The...

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Tigers Roam Nepal You might not guess so since one might think of the snowy peaked mountains like Mount Everest that grace Nepal, but the country is indeed home to between 163–253 Bengal Tigers. We named our new journal in hopes or raising awareness of these beautiful, yet endangered creatures. A History in Paper Making The Tiger Stripe journal’s paper has a history dating back over 1,000 years in Nepal. The special lokta paper is...

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