Since the DavidCo Notetaker Wallet is no more, I decided to make my own. I wanted to stay away from custom notepads, and I wanted a larger writing area. So I chose 3x5 Post-It pads. These are really inexpensive and they are available in any store that carries office supplies. After a bit of searching, I found the perfect wallet to use with the pads: a Baron Fig Guardian Vanguard Leather Case in Yellowgold. The sticky strip on the pad isn't strong enough to hold the pad in place (at least for my use—YMMV), so I placed two pieces of double-sided tape on the wallet. These hold the pad securely. After I capture a task or project onto a sheet, I peel it off and stick it to the other side of the wallet. This keeps a fresh sheet available for the next item. When I get home, it is easy to take the new items off of the cover and add them into my inbox. Thus far, I am delighted with this setup as my new Notetaker Wallet—it fits into my pocket, and the replacement pads are plentiful and inexpensive. If you want to make your own, here are the pads that I use, and the Baron Fig Guardian Vanguard Leather Case. If you like, you can use my Baron Fig referral link to save $10. Enjoy!