This post brought to you by BIC 4-Color pen. All opinions are 100% mine.
I love color.
What can I say?
I just do.
Ever since I was a little girl color has brightened my spirits and awakened my imagination.
Lisa Frank’s products captivated my daydreams. Bright nail polish adorned my nails. I owned a pen in every color imaginable.
Things have changed ever so sightly as I’ve grown up. I still use colorful, sometimes glittery, notebooks to give myself a pick me up. I still paint my nails an array of colors. I still own pens in every color…well, maybe not as many as when I was in junior high but I still regularly use at least ten colors. Okay, so maybe the only thing that has really changed is that I grew up.
Color is too much fun to leave to the kids! I’m a firm believer that adults need color in their lives too.
Women should wear bright colors, experiment with different shades of make up just because they can, and write with colorful ink. Black is way overrated.
Do you remember those fat pens they used to make waaaay back in the day? I’m talking when I was in elementary school. These pens had many different colors that you could push down when you wanted to switch colors. …and you tried to push multiple ones down simultaneously to no avail…or maybe I was the only one who did that. Well, now BIC®has a grown up version of that pen. Check out the 4 Inseparable Colors in 1 Pen, available at Amazon and Staples.
This new fancy pen takes blue, black, green, and red ink and puts them into one slender, sleek looking pen. Want to doodle in multiple colors? You got it! Want to leave a romantic red note for your spouse? Check! Want to leave a note in your kid’s lunch box? Easy peasy! Want to sign a legal document? Got it!
I listen to different types of music when I’m in different moods, as I’m sure many of you do too, now you can write with different colors to coincide with your moods too!
Feeling proud? Blue is the boss. Just look at the names of his family members…Navy Blue, Oxford Blue, Royal Blue.
Feeling jealous? Green is often jealous because it’s the forgotten color. It’s such a calm and lovely color but it’s often overlooked for blue, red, and black. Green is great – green food, good for the environment, etc.
Feeling flawless? Write with a bold red pen. Red likes to be in control and the center of attention. When a teacher wants to correct a grammar, spelling, or calculation error what color do they grab? Exactly!
Feeling forgotten? Grab the black pen to write with. Black is the afterthought color. Everyone wants to write with blue but when it’s not available black is there for you. Black is sure and steady and it has your back.
What color are you? I feel that I’m a combination of them all. Sometimes a little lonely or jealous and sometimes a little confident and bold. With four colors in one pen I don’t have to choose!
This 4-color pen makes it easy to color code and organize my hectic calendar without toting around multiple pens in my bag. It’s all I could ask for in a pen. Well, that is, with the exception of having a pink, purple, black, and blue pen. I’d love that! Can I have that BIC®, pretty please?
What’s your favorite color to write with?