Month: April 2016

Load out: April 2016.

![](http://static1.squarespace.com/static/560ec734e4b0d6edef0fcf6d/560ec965e4b023d2c257ab18/571cbe688259b5e9df653772/1461502089133/20160424-IMG_2217.jpg) I can’t believe that it is April already. This is another month with just some minor changes to what I carry, plus a bigger one that isn’t related to stationary. What I have done is that I have re-introduced a A4 notebook into my rotation. It isn’t something I carry everywhere or anywhere. It…

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Two Pens.

The two pens I own that I use more than anything else are my Lamy 2000 and my TWSBI 580AL. I use them for two very different things. My 580 is always in my MTN pen holder because it has a screw on cap, never leaks and is the perfect pen for writing a little…

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Finding a place for pen & paper

One of my personal struggles in this digital age is to find a place for pen and paper. There is a time and a place for the digital tools, but there is also a place for the analoge. There is nothing I love more than to write on good paper with a good (fountain) pen.…

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On Kickstarter pens and notebooks.

I have written about this before, but like many other things I just mentioned it in passing without going that much into it. I see interesting projects on kickstarter and alike more or less every week. Kickstarter projects and limited edition products are two things I’m not fund of. I don’t mind limited edition stuff…

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Lefties and fountain pens.

I’m not sure how many articles I read about being left handed and using a fountain pen when I started to get interested. Some of them were good, and a very few excellent ones have come up since then. But I have always missed a good guide. This is my crack at providing it. People…

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Your first fountain pen.

I have reviewed the three fountain pens that I personally consider to be the best beginner fountain pens. Which one you should get is a difficult question. But I’m going to give some short but straight to the point on why you want it, or don’t want it. Go for the TWSBI Eco if you…

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Review: The Lamy Safari.

There used to be two pens that where the beginner fountain pen; the Lamy Safari and the Pilot Metropolitan. Made by two great companies. And Lamy Safari was the beginner fountain pen before that. Both of them are highly compromised pens, but most people forgive that when it comes to the Metropolitan because it is…

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