Like many fountain pen geeks, inks are a second runner-up obsession. 😉 Whether you hoard ink samples or collect beautiful bottles of ink, they definitely complete the whole ‘fountain pen experience’. That said, I thought it would be fun to share ’30 days of fountain pen inks’ on Instagram for the month of April to explore different colors from different brands. You can either follow along—perhaps you’ll find a new favorite ink—or jump in and join me! For more information, keep reading…
In a previous blogpost, I wrote about a great affordable fountain pen priced between $10 – $19 (read more about it here). For those looking to ‘step up’ their fountain pen game while still keeping it relatively affordable and portable enough to travel in anything from a small passport size Midori up to a full size planner, should check out the TWSBI Mini fountain pen. What makes this such a great mid-level choice?
As mobile technology continues to evolve, smartphone and tablet users are able to do more on-the-go. There are, however, some limitations like when you have to do a significant amount of typing. In this case, having an external keyboard is ideal. This year, I received the iClever Bluetooth Keyboard as a gift from my husband and what a wonderful ‘tech gem’ it’s turned out to be!
Every planner journey begins with a plannernerd falling down a ‘rabbit hole’ and being swept up into the magical world of binders, inserts, and planner accessories. BUT…who was the ‘white rabbit’ that lured them there? Let me take you thru the ‘looking glass’ and tell you about my very first planner obsession. 🙂
If you’re an avid planner user, you may understand the thrill of smelling a fine crafted leather planner, the appeal of starting a new blank page, or writing with a freshly inked pen. It is the lure of a plannernerd. 🙂 As a result, some will choose to be faithful to one planner while others will compartmentalize areas of their life and dedicate a special planner to each area (yes, we’re always looking for reasons to use all the beautiful planners in our collection!). As a multi-planner user, I’ve recently introduced one more tool into my rotation to manage the flow of information throughout all my planners. So what’s my secret?