The “Write” Solution & Giveaway too

About a month ago, I was asked to do a review on the Pilot Pen’s Dr. Grip Center of Gravity. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m completely and utterly addicted to pretty much any type of pen. With the right opportunity, a pen can provide an outlet and an opportunity for many. A moment to express the unsaid word, a conscious effort to share that thought. Its truly remarkable when you think about it.

So, I jumped at the opportunity! At first I thought, that’s cool, its a nice pen. I used it to fill out my ballot for the election, make notes on receipts, and record notes from doctor appointments.

As the weeks passed, I got more obsessive with the Pilot Pen’s Dr. Grip Center of Gravity. Ever since “that moment” I’ve tried to personally write down as many good thoughts as possible. Capturing the true beauty in an ugly situation. After all, its something I can control in a situation I didn’t ask for. To say that the Pilot Pen’s Dr. Grip Center of Gravity has been my companion the last few weeks is an understatement.

Mr. P thinks I’m NUTS because I am constantly keeping track of this pen. But its not just an ordinary pen. ITS MY FAVORITE PEN!!

To say its my favorite pen, it must be of utter importance. After all, its not just the perfect weight distribution for comfortable, balanced writing, wide double layer comfort grip and balanced gripping axis reduce writing stress that had me sold. Its the fact that its approved for The Arthritis Foundation’s Ease-of-Use Commendation  program which recognizes products proven to make life easier for people who have arthritis and other physical limitations. These products are independently tested by experts and evaluated by people with arthritis. Pilot Pen’s Dr. Grip Center of Gravity writing instruments make writing simple again for those suffering form arthritis pain, with an ergonomic design that reduces stress on the hand for a comfortable, effortless writing experience.

Now, last week, before I left for Pittsburgh for a work event, I decided to leave the Pilot Pen’s Dr. Grip Center of Gravity at home because I didn’t want to lose it! However, I regretted that decision the entire trip.

I learned that other pens were rough to write with; they didn’t glide the way the Pilot Pen’s Dr. Grip Center of Gravity did and therefore my handwriting started to look awful.  The worst part? My hand started to hurt!! I couldn’t believe it. I don’t have arthritis in my hands; however whenever I used a different pen, my joints were screaming at me. As soon as I got home, I searched for my pen and immediately put it back in my purse.

Today, I’m giving you the opportunity to share in the glory of the Pilot Pen’s Dr. Grip Center of Gravity. You have the opportunity to win THREE Pilot Pen’s Dr. Grip Center of Gravity and 3 handmade Holiday Cards  made by yours truly. 🙂

To enter:

Leave a comment on this post letting me know what you’d do if you won the 3 Pilot Pen’s Dr. Grip Center of Gravity and my handmade Holiday Cards!  Make sure to also leave me a way to get a hold of you if you’re the winner.

For extra entries, follow me on Facebook and/or Twitter.  If you already follow, that counts too! 🙂

If you do either or both of these, make sure to come back to this post and leave an additional comment letting me know you’ve done so for each additional entry, otherwise it won’t count!

The giveaway will be open for entries until Tuesday, November 20th at 10pm MST.

Good luck!

Much Love,

Disclaimer: The only compensation I received was product samples. This review is comprised of my own, personal opinions.


10 thoughts on “The “Write” Solution & Giveaway too

  1. I followed you on twitter – surprised to see I wasn’t already. If I had those 3 pens and cards I would say thank you. I love pens that glide easily and I guess that I am also somewhat preoccupied with stationery.

    Contests are my favourite old hobby. Lately commenting on blogs has taken its place but this covers both bases


  2. These pens sound amazing! If I had them I would use one for school. In my Microeconomics class I take notes for an hour and a half straight. By the time I’m done my hand hurts so bad. I would use another one to fill out those amazing Christmas cards. I love reading your blog and it gives me the strength to get through life when the RA monster gets me down. You can get a hold of me on facebook.


  3. Wow… These pens are awesome. Since I’m far away from my family and friends, letters, cards and pens have been my new friends. So… if I had them I will use it to write more letters and cards and also write my adventures on my journal. 🙂 Thank u!

    PS: I’m following u on FB and LC website 🙂


  4. I love office supplies, with pens topping my list. I am always on the look out for pens that are kind when my hands are flaring. And what would I do with these particular pens? I would use them to fill out the beautiful hand-made Christmas cards to some special Spoonies who could use a snail mailed hug. I would also use them to address my regular Christmas cards and write on gift tags. Make my Christmas shopping list (and wish list!). Doctor’s appointment note taking of course. (If my husband can attend the appointments, he serves as my scribe-I’m sure he’d love to use the pink one! 😉 And bill paying. At least there’d be 1 smile during that process!

    Thanks for running this contest and letting us know about the pens! If I don’t win them, they’ll be on my wish list. 🙂

    I’m following you on Facebook & Twitter. You can reach me at


  5. Of course, if I won I’d first cherish your handmade cards =) I’d be excited to try those pens because I had one probably a decade ago, but it looks like they’ve revamped them since then. I’d def. make some lists b/c I’m always doing that.


  6. Okay, so I would keep one pen in my purse, one at my work desk, and one at my home desk. I am OBSESSIVE over pens, and I only have one really good one left. Hubby thinks I’m insane but a pen has to be good or else what’s the point?

    I looove those cards, too! I can never make cards. I love that they say “be merry.” that was our Christmas puppy’s name. She lived a long happy life and passed away last year. Of course, around the holidays all our signs that say MERRY! and all our little merry dog ornaments will come out, and I know a little card that says “be merry!” would bring a smile to my family member’s faces. 🙂


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