When designing a line of stationary, this was the very first product that I had in mind. I wanted to make a pad that would help organize my to-do list, one that I could use without feeling guilty when things weren't checked off. I wanted the color to be soothing, for the lines to be spaced out far enough to accommodate my many notes for myself (and my extra-large handwriting), for the paper to be thick enough to avoid bleed through, and this notepad is it.
The sheets are full-color front and back. The front is lightly lined and has a spot to check things off as they're accomplished. The back of each page is blank for when you need to add additional notes, draw diagrams, doodle, or for when you quickly call out "Quick, I need something to write on!"
The paper is uncoated so you can easily use any pen or pencil to write on it, and the paper is 70 lbs. which is a nice weight. It is more than three times thicker than standard copy paper, but isn't so thick that you feel like you're writing on a wedding invitation.
It comes with a sturdy cardboard back, and the left side of the pad is glued, making it easy to write on without the corners wrinkling or crinkling.