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Erika Owen
May 16, 2017

Everyone travels just a little bit differently, but when it comes to Anthony Bourdain, there's one thing he's got to have on hand. 

Bourdain — who is known for traveling all around the world on his show, "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown," – shared his go-to travel essential in an interview with The New York Times. In fact, it's so relatable you may have this very thing in common with the world traveler: Moleskine notebooks.

“I bring three or four," he said. "Any writing I do, I do quickly by hand first. And then as a function of inputting it onto the laptop, I edit as I copy it in. That process works for me.”

Trying to get some productive planning, writing, and editing done on your vacation? Do as Bourdain does and make sure to pack some extra Moleskine notebooks. Oh, what we wouldn't give to get a peek into those idea-filled pages. We have so many questions: What does his handwriting look like? Is he a doodler? Plain, lined, grid? Where does he do his best writing? Pen or pencil?

Want to copy his style? You can buy Moleskine's Classic Notebooks on Amazon for $12.

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