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A curated list of Obsidian public vaults

Have you ever been curious about how other people organize notes or are you looking for ideas and inspiration to improve your workflow?

Filipe Donadio
Filipe Donadio
2 min read

As a curious person, I always like to see how others are doing to try to learn something. Fortunately, some people publish their notes using Obsidian Publish, a service that allows you to publish your Obsidian vault practically and easily.

This week, I put together a curated list of the best public vaults I've found so far:

  • The Sweep by Justin DiRose. Thoughts on a variety of topics, primarily around productivity, remote work, note-taking, and leisure.
  • Petrichor by Bryan Jenks. It includes programming and statistic notes organized in a Zettelkasten structure.
  • Moby Diction by David Drysdale. A collection of interlinked notes about strategy, research, UX, product development, learning, and knowledge management.
  • Joschua's Garden. This is a digital garden about religion, faith, and book notes. It features a Bible Study Kit with linked notes about the Bible.
  • louis030195 by Louis Beaumont. A collection of thoughts about computing, philosophy, biology, business, and more. This vault has lots of book notes.
  • Walk in the Forest by Anthony Agbay. This vault is a collection of current in-process notes and completed posts dedicated to exploring biology, chemistry, and medicine with a focus on an interactive exploration through programming environments. It includes some cool ideas for organizing personal knowledge.
  • LYT Kit by Nick Milo. This is a starter kit designed to get you immediately hands-on with ways to manage your digital notes. It was quite useful back when I started using Obsidian.

If you publish your notes or know someone who does feel free to share with me by sending me a message.

💭 Reflection

“The first principle is that you must not fool yourself, and you are the easiest person to fool.” — Richard P. Feynman

🎥 Video suggestion

How I Use Templates – 6 Useful Templates for Obsidian (~5min)

Please feel free to reply this email to send any suggestions or feedback. Thanks for reading and have a great week.


Filipe Donadio

I'm a software engineer and YouTuber. I make videos about note-taking and knowledge management apps like Obsidian, Logseq, Roam Research, and Notion.