This is awesome: Researchers at the University of Reading are studying a wide assortment of ballpoint pens available in the UK to determine how they perform and why.the interesting part is how far will a ballpoint pen write and it produced some surprising results. [Read more…]
How to start writing a journal contains top tips on finding the right journal, which pen to write with, advice about routines and using the 5 W’s when you first start journaling.
If you’re a person who enjoys good pens – and really, who doesn’t? – then it’s a shame not to do as much writing as possible. A great way to do that: Start and maintain a journal.
Every day, you’ll get to spend a few minutes savoring the feel of your favorite pen in your hand, laying down fluid, sleek lines of ink on richly textured paper. Those are sensations we get to experience too infrequently these days as it is. Plus, your writing, both the content and appearance, will get better with all that practice, guaranteed. [Read more…]
Have you ever considered how you sign your name or the pen you use to do it?
If you’re like a lot of us (including me), your signature is an illegible scrawl that you scratch out in a hurry when you finish a letter, fill out a document, or write a check. You’ve written your name so many times in your life – hundreds, at least, probably thousands – that it’s just a rote process.
Does it really matter what it looks like? [Read more…]
You may have seen drawings this month on your social media accounts with the hashtag #inktober and wondered what it’s all about. In this guide, you will find out everything you need to know about the Inktober drawing challenge, how it started, how to enter, the rules, what is the prompt list and much more. [Read more…]
We know how much hard work you put into preparing for your exams. All that revision, missing out on socializing, getting stressed out and sleepless nights. So the last thing you need is for anything to go wrong on the day, and that includes your stationery.
Do you know which color ink you can use in the exam? does it matter what type of pen it is? What are the best pens for exams? Read on to find the answer to all these questions so you are fully prepared, and we will even give you our top 10 recommendations for the best exam pens.
Which Color Pen is Best for Exams?
The first thing that you must remember is that black ink is mandatory in secondary school level exams (GCSEs and similar), so don’t fall at the first hurdle and show up with your favorite green ink, blue or rainbow-colored pens – the examiners won’t be impressed with your color coordination, and you’ll be putting your qualification at risk.