I've spent the last two weeks using a fountain pen for my daily schedule and notes. Yesterday it ran out of ink for the first time.
This is the second time in my life that I've tried a fountain pen, and I'm genuinely amazed at how well it's worked out.
I will probably be buying a fountain pen that's a bit higher quality in the future, but I'm really happy with even a cheap one!
Lastly, in case anyone is curious, I am a big fan of French ruled (ie Séyès) paper.
It is like grid paper, except the lines are very small. I can write lowercase letters within two lines, and then uppercase letters within the bolder lines. It's very comfortable.
I also find that the paper from Clairefontaine tends to be very thick, which I think is because it's meant for fountain pens.
It's a bit more money than cheap notebooks and ball points, but IMHO it's been worth it so far.
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