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What Is A Commonplace Book & How To Use It

Commonplace books date back to the 16th century. In this post you will learn how you can use a commonplace book in your daily life to help you learn and save whats most important.

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  • A Quiet January Vlog & Organising The Studio 🖍️ Studio Diary #6

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