Yes, I have Favorite Pens

December 29, 2016

If you have never been introduced to something new by your friends, then you need new friends. It doesn’t have to be a trip to the top of Mount Everest. It doesn’t have to be something big. Sometimes the new thing is just but a small gesture, but it ends up making your day. Like getting introduced to a pack of Papermate Inkjoy pens by a classmate.

For someone who writes down a lot when studying, these pens have easily became my favorites. They don’t spill ink and leave color on your paper, so there are zero chances of your work looking like a 2-year old playing around with a pen. Unless you are really a 2-year old playing around with a pen. They alsohave a nice rubber grip and are comfortable on the fingers, so you can keep going for as long as your concentration levels can keep up.

I love using different colors when taking notes, and most nursing students do too. Maybe use a different color for the topic, another for the subtopic and a separate color in the notes. This makes my revision much easier. The pens come in a pack of 14, all different colors. Which means I don’t have to search my purse for a different color pen when writing. Anyone who enjoys writing should try them out.


  1. I will have to give these a try! I am the same way. Having different colors helps me keep track of my notes easier. I am so anal about staying organized. The ones I use now are Papermate but they are just the standard ones with caps. I would rather have the clickers. I have lost caps before. I don't blame you for having a favorite either. I have one black pen that was $6 for just ONE. But it is my absolute favorite pen.

  2. No judgement here, I have favorite pens too. I'm currently loving Sharpie pens to take notes with. Having school supplies that you actually like using can be a real motivator as lame as that may sound!


      I have some cute ones listed there - you can click on link to go purchase them.