I I noticed that some days I choose a Pentel pen with black ink, while other days I choose purple…but why? Does it correspond with the current mood or setting I am in? I decided to do a little research on the meaning behind color choices in general. Here is what I found:
And the Oscar goes to… Wait, before we get to that point we have to have our nominee list. Now that the Golden Globe winners have been announced, the next big award show is the Academy Awards. The 2011 nominees will be named tomorrow and the show is scheduled for February 27. Have you made your list yet? I took my trusty Pentel Sign Pen to write down my nominees for best picture (in no particular order):
We hope you’re enjoying our National Handwriting Day promotion: Heroes Worth Writing For. National Handwriting Day is Sunday, January 23, but you have until January 31 to send us your letter to the troops to be entered to win prizes. See official rules here. National Handwriting Day is an opportunity to reintroduce yourself to a pen (like the Pentel EnerGel shown above) or pencil and a piece of paper. In this day of computers, more and more information, notes, and letters are sent back and forth via a keyboard and cyberspace. According to the Writing Instrument Manufacturers Association (WIMA) website “The purpose of National Handwriting Day is to alert the public to the importance of handwriting. According to WIMA, National Handwriting Day is a chance for all of us to re-explore the purity and power of handwriting.”
Operation Gratitude and Pentel have teamed up to promote our National Handwriting Day promotion: Heroes Worth Writing For. Yesterday, we started an outreach of that program on Facebook. Go to Operation Gratitude’s Facebook page and look for the post about the Heroes Worth Writing For promotion. Leave the comment “Pentel Sent Me” under that post and “like” Operation Gratitude and you have a chance to win a Pentel “Pen Pal” Prize Pack.
Location, location, location. We all know what that means for real estate but what does the location of your doodles say about you? We all like to doodle when stuck in a long 2-hour meeting or sitting at the coffee shop waiting for a friend who always runs late. You might not be aware of this, but phychologists believe that the LOCATION of your doodle on a piece of paper can tell a lot about what is going on inside your subconscious mind. Read on to see what the experts had to say...