The ME Journal from Quo Vadis is a joining of analog and digital journal keeping. I received this journal in one of the QV giveaways, on their blog.
These journals come in two sizes large (6 1/4 x 9 1/4") and pocket (4 x 6 3/8") and are available in three colors: black, red and raspberry. Hopefully, if they are popular they will add more colors.
The paper is Clairefontaine 85 g acid-free, pH neutral and archival quality, so if you are familiar with Quo Vadis products this one will provide the same high quality writing experience and if not, you should definitely be happy with it.
At first I thought that this would make a great travel journal, but there is a limitation of only one attachment per page, so you would have to pick the best photo to represent the day your are documenting.
I am unhappy with the fact that the journal does not have a back pocket. I like back pockets to stash stuff, especially if I were to use it as a travel journal.
My second thought was as a collection journal, each page could be used to document the data of the items that you collect and then a picture could be linked to that page - say if you collected pens, for example.
Another thought was to document the life of a pet, from birth through old age.
I really could come up with endless ideas for using this journal, so even with the few shortcomings I think that this journal is a wonderful idea and will prove itself very useful.
As with all Quo Vadis products which I have used, the paper is a dream, with no feathering, bleed-through or show-through.
According to the Quo Vadis website, the ME Journal is available at:
Indy Pen Dance
The prices range from $14.97 for the pocket to $24.00 for the large. You will need to check with each vendor for the best prices and I'm sure that new sources will be available in the future.