I don’t know about you, but getting new office supplies is like Christmas for an adult.
There is something deeply satisfying about ripping open a new package of pens and making house hold lists. From vivid ink colors that make doodling on my calendar fun (look at the little cake on Phoenyxs birthday Thursday…that was fun to make):
to serious ink pens that unfortunately I know will eventually end up in my daughters craft box and husbands briefcase.
I swear I could start out with 50 pens…and by the end of the month there will only be one left standing.
It’s like pen migration!
And even though I am a blogger and you think I spend all day typing and texting, the truth is that I love to write. There is something deeply satisfying about adding things to my lists and calendars and striking “done” lines through them.
Back to school
Between color coding organization and homework systems and signing parental worksheets, this upcoming school year is going to be full of ways to use the new Papermate Inkjoy pens. Charlotte is already deciding which colors will be right for all her journaling projects!
What makes InkJoy Different than any other pen?
This is how Papermate explains their new technology:
The other day I posed a question to one of my facebook pages and asked what KIND of ink everyone liked to use:
Here were some of the answers:
Now let me ask you…
Do YOU have an ink pen preference?
I received ink pen samples from Papermate and Deca to facilitate this article.