Today’s post is a bit special. To me, at least.
I’m a longhand notes taker. I rarely use a computer when in meetings or brainstorming. Everything is ink-and-paper (never pencil — ew). I was asked by Pilot Pens’ Power to the Pen program to craft a handwritten post to their campaign that talked about some thoughts or events from my childhood that have been influential to me later in life.
I thought the only appropriate place to take the pictures of these posts was adhered to the fridge in some way.
And here that is — and thanks to Pilot for asking a gal who loves ink-and-paper to be a part of this movement. The Power of Unpopular is delighted to share the Power to the Pen. You might think it’s old-school. And that’s OK. I dig ink. (Have you seen how much I dig ink?)
If you want to find more of these handwritten posts, simply click on this Twitter search for #powertothepen for great links!
Note: we were all sent some Pilot Pens and paid a wee bit for our participation in this campaign. Which is nice. But I would have done it anywhoo…