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In the memory of John Hancock, the National handwriting day is on Jan 23rd. In the modern world when things are moving to digital, take a moment to embrace the traditional method of writing. While things are moving at blazing speed, there is something about the pen , paper and the ink. It creates a great feeling and you are able to suddenly take your time and slow down. It allows you to put things into perspective and value the art of writing.
You can start National Handwriting Day with these ideas to help you started with the analog world
- Start writing a journal or write a page everyday. Something which comes to your mind and just start writing or may be write about the day!
- Write a letter to your loved one or parents or your children. The value of handwritten letter is priceless. Emails might be forgotten but a letter will be cherished.
- Whip out your favorite pen and may be it needs the cleaning or ink refilled? Give it the extra love. Write with it until you feel fulfilled.
- Share your handwritten letter online to the world. use instagram, facebook, pinterest or any media and hashag it #nationalhandwritingday
What is your favorite pen and ink that you will be using on that day? May be add a fountain pen friendly paper too?
Have you participated in our contest for National Handwriting Day? You can win various prizes and it is FREE to enter!
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My favorite pen would be the Pelikan 600.. Just the perfect pen in many ways.
Well obviously my fav pen is, as usual, the Next One on my Wishlist D:
My favorite pen (this week) is my Pelikan Stone Garden, which I think my husband bought here for Christmas !
I’ll probably be using my Diplomat Aero with a juicy broad nib on some Tomoe River Paper.
My favorite pen is the Pilot Vanishing Point. It is practical as there is no cap to worry about and switching nib sizes is extremely easy.