...but then where would my Tombow eraser go???
Cue the earlier discussions on Philofaxy of in-ring pen loops. I tried the washi tape experiment proposed by TPS but it was a bit too flimsy for my liking. Then a lightbulb went off.
I had a spare Leuchtturm1917 pen loop...the only thing holding me back was a strong hole puncher. So, with great hesitation and gritted teeth I pulled out my trusty one-hole punch and had a go...
Lo and behold! a totally flexible in-ring penloop! (Flexible because I haven't stuck it down; the small size of the square means very limited movement without permanently fixing it to a divider -- this also lets me quickly move the penloop to the centre of my pages - as TPS figured out - if my content undergoes any drastic changes.)
I'm astounded and thrilled!! The tombow eraser is very thin and easy to slot in; the clip at the top is a fraction larger than ideal but my Filofax isn't very full so I don't notice it.
Huzzah! Now back to real work ;)