Okay, I know what you’re thinking. Woah, Marlie! You’re awfully prolific this week! You’ve probably posted more this week, than you did last year!
My friend recently gave me a Zebra Airfit pencil and ballpoint pen, which I will be reviewing down below!
It’s February, which means it’s time for InCoWriMo again! If you don’t know what InCoWriMo is, it’s sort of like a challenge to write a letter, card, or postcard every day for the month of February. If that doesn’t revitalize the lost art of correspondence via letter writing, I don’t know what will. Naturally, it’s also an excuse to bust out your favorite writing implements and fancy paper. In this post, I will be reviewing a beginner’s fountain pen, the Pilot Kakuno! Continue reading
I remember the first time I saw Pilot Frixion pens I was insanely jealous. Before Pilot Frixion pens were common in the US, the erasable pens here were absolutely terrible. I am biased because I don’t like thick tipped ballpoint pens — which most of the erasable pens were, if you could even really call those pens erasable. Not only did they write ugly, they were difficult to get a clean erase. FORTUNATELY, with the advent of the Frixion pens, these problems are solved! Pilot Frixion pens come in many colors (drooling at clear blue and apple green), different tip sizes (0.4, 0.5, 0.7), and different styles (cap, clicky). I have the 0.5 capped kind in black, purple, blue, green, pink, and red.
My lengthy review will be after the jump, and as always, skip to the bottom if you want a tl;dr.