Thought of the Day

Nothing Like A New Pen

Your Creativity Will Thank You

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I admit it.

I am addicted to writing utensils.

When I travel, I look out for stationery stores to find a unique writing utensil from the area. I once walked through a snowstorm in lower Manhattan to achieve this goal.

I am currently preparing for a job interview and my rainbow Stabio fine tips are accompanying me throughout the process.

Brainstorming. Organizing thoughts. Identifying reflections from policy — the pens bring a new joy to the studying and creation process.

For me, writing utensils represent opportunity and possibility. They are a conduit for creativity.

If you haven’t done so lately, visit your local art or stationery store and see which writing utensil your intuition guides you to.

You never know — it might be the beginning of something awesome beyond your writing dreams.

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