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So far Whitney has created 5 blog entries.

MBTI + BuJo: 4 Ways to Improve your Note-taking Strategy

Are you excited to take notes, but a bit overwhelmed about what strategies to use? Social media offers so many impeccably crafted spreads and elaborate systems, but what would work best for the way that you personally like your information organized? Taking some time to consider your own habits can help narrow down the seemingly infinite realm of note-taking possibilities. Here at Goulet Pens, we use the MBTI personality assessment to better understand our individual personality traits and how they translate into a work environment. We’ve gathered some tips from our experience with MBTI in hopes of giving you inspiration [...]

2022-01-14T18:37:09-05:00January 9th, 2019|Fountain Pen Education, Tips & Tricks|1 Comment

Organics Studio Santiago’s Sea Blue: Ink Review

Hi folks, Whitney here! Today I’m talking about my review of Organics Studio Santiago's Sea Blue , (Formerly named Ernest Hemingway as of late 2019 this ink was updated to Santiago's Sea Blue). Santiago's Sea has a beautiful greenish-teal base color with that metallic burgundy sheen seen in similar Organics Studio inks. I’ve done two other reviews of Organics Studios inks recently, and this experience wasn’t terribly different from those. I will say, however, that this is my favorite of the three! Read on to find out why: Supplies Used: Lamy Al-Star with medium steel nib (also EF and B [...]

2022-01-14T17:58:50-05:00April 25th, 2018|Ink Reviews, Product Reviews|0 Comments

Organics Studio: Ralph Waldo Emerson (Twilight Blue) Ink Review

Hey fountain pen friends, it’s Whitney again! Today I’m sharing a review of Organics Studio Ralph Waldo Emerson ink, or as it’s also called, “Twilight Blue.” I had a very similar experience with this ink as with the Organics Studio Nitrogen that I also recently reviewed. The Emerson ink has a beautiful teal line color that contrasts with its opaque and metallic boysenberry sheen. Keep reading to learn more about this very particular ink: Supplies Used: Lamy Al-Star with medium steel nib (also EF and B nib) Rhodia No. 16 dotpad, 80g white paper Tomoé River white paper Moleskine notebook [...]

2022-01-14T17:58:52-05:00March 13th, 2018|Ink Reviews, Product Reviews|0 Comments

Organics Studio Nitrogen: Ink Review

Hey y’all, it’s Whitney sharing my very first ink review! This week I’m talking about my review of Organics Studio Nitrogen ink. This ink is a lovely, flowing aquatic blue that completely transforms into an opaque and metallic boysenberry color with sheen. Read on to learn about the next ink you should have in your collection. Supplies Used: Lamy Al-Star with medium steel nib (also EF and B nib) Rhodia No. 16 dotpad, 80g white paper Tomoé River white paper Moleskine notebook Smear Test (Dry Time): 30+ seconds – It takes at least 25-30 seconds for this ink to dry. [...]

2022-01-14T17:58:52-05:00March 7th, 2018|Ink Reviews, Product Reviews|1 Comment

Robert Oster Morning Mist with a Conklin Classic Rainfall: Monday Matchup Giveaway #168

Margaret here with a new pen and ink matchup for you! I had a chance to ink up our new Conklin Classic Rainfall with Robert Oster Morning Mist and let me just tell you that I loved it! I chose a broad nib and it was so smooth. We have our Goulet Pens nib on the Classic and this broad nib was so much fun to write with. I wasn't feeling particularly inspired for this matchup and originally wanted to go with something water-themed because of the name of the pen and ink, but I just couldn't get anywhere with [...]

2018-01-31T11:44:25-05:00January 29th, 2018|Contests & Giveaways, Monday Matchup|233 Comments
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