If you’re into pens or use them a lot, it doesn’t take long to build up quite a pen collection. And since you probably don’t write with more than a couple at a time, you’re left to figure out how to keep drying out between uses. [Read more…]
Easy to Follow Guides Including Choosing Pens, How to use Them, Tips to Improve Your Handwriting & Much More.
Modern technology was supposed to herald the death of the humble pen, but their popularity seems to be on the increase. There are an estimated 20,000 different pens available to buy today and hundreds if not thousands of different ways to use them. Our guides section is packed with useful information to help you make more informed choices. If you are unsure which type of pen you need then you will find our post ballpoint, rollerball or gel pens useful.
Once you know which type of pen you need then should you buy it in black or blue ink? If you are left-handed do you know what makes a good pen for left-handed writers? Also, should you use a thick or thin pen? The answers to all these questions can be found in this section. If you have children then definitely check out the best pens for exams, we all want to do the best we can four our kids after reading this guide you will be able to make sure they are properly prepared which is one less thing to worry about.
IF you suffer from pain or discomfort when writing? Then ergonomic pens can help to relieve your pain so take a look at the complete guide to ergonomic pens. Erasable pens are all the rage these days but not all erasable pens are created equally. To help you choose the best ones for your needs we have written an in-depth complete guide to erasable pens.
Last but not least we have some top tips for looking after your pens in don’t lose your pen and how to keep your pens from drying out. Once you have finally chosen your shiny new pen if your handwriting looks like a spider crawled across the page why not get some practice in using our 7 steps to better handwriting guide.
If you’re like most people, comfort is probably one of the deciding factors when you’re trying to choose the right pen. A pen that writes beautifully and reliably isn’t worth much if it’s so uncomfortable to use that you rarely pick it up.
Pen selection is largely a matter of personal preference. However, there are a few things to keep in mind when picking out a new ink pen. Should you use a thick or thin pen? and are you holding it correctly?
It happens to everyone. You find the perfect pen – you know, cozy grip, smooth roll, the ink that comes out in clean, neat lines. You don’t want to lose this pen – and swear that you’ll never let it out of your sight. Everything’s great for a few weeks, or, if you’re lucky, a few months.
Then, suddenly it vanishes. Maybe you left it at the bank, or maybe some co-worker with light fingers snatched it when you weren’t looking. Whatever happened, you find yourself obsessively searching for it. Your purse, your car, the same desk drawers over and over again. But you never see that lost pen again. [Read more…]
Left-handed writers, we know you have it rough when it comes to finding good left-handed pens since most of them are designed to be used by right-handers.
A typical right-handed person using a pen pulls it toward the right in a smooth motion, leaving a line of fresh ink untouched behind the writing hand. [Read more…]
Handwriting is not a skill we practice much past school, especially now that most of our writing is done by keyboard. But, in certain circumstances, we still get judged by the quality of our handwriting. [Read more…]