When writing in a notebook, do you write on both sides of the paper or just one?

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AnthJH
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For example, just the right hand side... sometimes, with wirebound notebooks, I find it really awkward to write on the left! Anyone else have this problem?
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both sides.

I never thought that this topic would be a thread.
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Both.

:rofl2: Negged for writing on both sides of the paper.
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Both, or it's a waste of paper imo
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Always both sides. Don't really like wasting paper + when you finish the book there is an overriding sense of satisfaction when flicking through pages of continuos neatly laid out work
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Both. I don't think there is ANY need to waste paper just because you can see the ink on the other side. ludicrous.
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Definately one side otherwise you get the pages confused.

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Always both sides. It's a huge waste of paper for me to stick to one side as I write a lot of lesson/study/exam notes throughout the year.
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(Original post by I Like Turtles)
Definately one side otherwise you get the pages confused.

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I always mark my pages with numbers so that I do not confuse them even though I write on both sides
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Both sides. Writing on only one side is like leaving the tap running for no reason.

Don't waste paper :no:
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Both, but only because I make sure I have good quality paper in which I can't see the ink through the other side.
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One side... I hate seeing the imprint of my work through and writing over it.
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I'm glad to see it's not just me with this problem!

Hate writing on the left side, it's just awkward. I've spend too much money on paper recently because of this.
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Both. I don't want to waste more trees :/
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Both sides or its half the notebook wasted.
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Both :yep:
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I have notepads then transfer the stuff into a ringbinder. I usually write on both, especially if it's the same topic.
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(Original post by MovieMoments)
Just one side, I don't really like seeing the impression of my pen and ink on a page I'm about to write on - I'm much more of a fresh page kind of girl. :-)
I bet your fresh

Jokes, but opt for thicker paper, usually more expensive, but really makes a different an ends up cheaper in the long run
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Both.
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just one side, its way more comfortable (well feels nicer ) to push write on the whole pad. But i use loads and loads of paper this way - costs a fortune
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