An inventor’s journal is used to record the progress of your invention. You should start using one right when you think of an idea for an invention.
You can buy a generic perfect bound notebook or use a specifically printed journal. It is important that the pages of the journal cannot be added or subtracted.
Before buying your journal:
Look for a journal that has pre-printed numbered entry and grip pages, spaces for you and a witness to sign & date, and instructions on how to use the journal.
You should never buy a loose leaf notebook, 3-ring binders or legal pad. Buy a journal with a perfect bound, pages secured as much as possible and with white pages.
Suggested Journal to buy:
The Inventive Minds Journals are inexpensive books. Remember you have to buy a separate log book for each different idea, so inexpensive is sometimes the way to go.
The Workbook for Young Inventors is the most creative, innovative workbook I have seen”- Jaime Abromovitz
“The Inventive Minds Journals are a perfect organizer and log for those million dollar IDEAS!!” ~ Alan Tratner