Usually the most important starting point in cultivating purpose in in our lives, especially when walking through hard times, is to write down our dreams, goals, and deepest desires. Seeing goals written down on paper, right in front of you, creates motivation.  

But before you can do that, you must find…or borrow a pen.

But what pen?!

Well, obviously that depends on what you need…Factors to consider include bleed-through, colors, cost, design, diameter, refill options, writing grip, and writing style.

The following is a list of pens that I have actually owned, used, and loved over the last thirty years of my “adult life.”
Baron Fig Squire

BigiDesign TiArto 
  Lamy AL-Star 
Lamy Vista
Lamy Safari
Parker Jotter

uni-ball Signo .38 UMR-1…
uni-ball® Jetstream Rollerball Pen

Gel Pens…Gel Pens use thick and opaque ink in which pigment is suspended in a water-based gel. The ink shows up more clearly on dark or slick surfaces than typical inks used in ballpoint or felt tip pens and can be used for many types of writing and illustration.

Gel pens are available in a rainbow of bright, pastel, opalescent, metallic, and glittery colors.

PaperMate InkJoy
Pilot Juice Pens 

Sakura Gelly Roll Pens

Large Brush PensTombow Dual Tips
Medium-Tipped Brush Pens...Koi Coloring Brush Pens

Metallic Brush Pens... Kuretake Zig Fudebiyori Metallic Brush Pens


    On the Go Brush PensPilot Petit3 Brush Pens
    Small-Tipped Brush Pens...Tombow Fudenosuke
    Watercolor Brush PensEcoline Liquid Watercolor Brush Pens.


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