While reviewing the events of the past year we compiled a list of our top 10 blog posts from 2011. The results are based on page views, comments, emails and a few other things and they are listed in chronological order. We enjoyed taking a look at the past year and hope you do too!
Seems a lot of our readers are concerned about the environment, reusing, recycling and perhaps even saving a little money. This post focuses on highlighters that are specifically made to be refilled.
Do you “drive” a fountain pen? If so, what kind of driver are you? Find out in this comparison of fountain pens and cars.
Anyone that writes needs a place to store and organize their pens and pencils. Spread the pencil pouch love!
Fountain pen ink does fade with time, so find out what choices you can make to minimize the fading.
With my personality I’ll always feel that being organized is a challenge, but it’s nice to know that there are notebooks out there designed to help!
Left-handed writers certainly have a variety of writing methods, hand positions and paper orientation. Here’s my personal experience with using both left and right-handed nibs.
Combine two books into one by using a planner that gives you extra space for writing notes.
Here’s a list of all the Rhodia, Exacompta and Quo Vadis planners that contain premium 90g Clairefontaine paper. There’s a pretty good chance that if you’re a Writer that uses a fountain pen you’re going to love these planners!
The most eco-friendly notepads and journals from Myndology are those from their Bare series – find out why in this blog post. As a bonus, they work great with fountain pens!
Do you use a fountain pen? How would you define fountain pen friendly paper? Give us a list of your favorites here.
We’re looking forward to a new year of blogging as well as to a new year of insightful, thoughtful and creative posts from the pen and paper blogging community. Thanks everyone for a great year!by