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2021 Goals bullet journal spread

How to Set Goals in Your Bullet Journal

Hi everyone! It’s Kylie from @bujo.kylie here to give you a few tips on creating, organizing, and tracking your 2021 goals in your bullet journal! For this project, we’ll be creating a two-page spread you can use for tracking weekly, monthly, or yearly goals. For materials, you will need Mildliner Highlighters, Zensations Technical Drawing Pens, and of course your bullet journal, art journal, or whatever you like to use for tracking your goals. Let’s get started!

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2021 Goals bullet journal spread

Bringing Your 2021 Goals to Life with a Bullet Journal

By: Lauren Nicole (@bujo.by.lo)

Do you want to forget about 2020 and have a fresh start to the new year? Do you make yearly goals but never end up sticking to them? If you answered yes to either of those questions, then this Mildliner Challenge blog post on 2021 goals is just for you!

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Sarasa Grand and STEEL F-701 Ballpoint Retractable Pen by computer and mobile phone open to LinkedIn.com

5 Tips for Networking Like a Professional

With the latest developments in technology and social media, the way we network has drastically shifted over the last 30 years. There are countless opportunities for us to meet people in our professional fields and connect with them on a more personal level both in-person and online. While being able to network is a vital skill, approaching and engaging someone you may not know takes practice and lot of confidence. Here are some tips to help you get the most out of networking and connecting with others.

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Thanksgiving bullet journal spread

How to Plan A Thanksgiving Feast in A Bullet Journal

Hello my friends! I’m Dayna—@daynadoodles on Instagram—and I’m going to show you how to create a Thanksgiving bullet journal spread so you can have your Thanksgiving recipes (mine are based off of my mom’s Thanksgiving dinner ^_^) and ingredients all in one place.

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Sarasa Grand and STEEL F-701 alongside notebook, coffee, and plate of donuts

5 Tips to Write More Professionally

Being able to write in a professional manner is an important part of any career or job. Clearly communicating your thoughts, opinions, and even concerns to your co-workers or boss can help you be successful on your own but also have success within your team.

Professional writing is a skill that may even help you advance your career. Need help making your writing more professional? Here are some of our best tips.

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Skull and crow illustration

Spooky Ballpoint Illustration: How to Draw a Skull & Crow

By: Bonnie Wong

Hello everyone! I’m Bonnie from @super.bonnie and I’m going to show you how to illustrate something spooky just in time for Halloween! October is my favorite time of the year and Halloween conjures up so much joy and I simply love it! I’ll be creating a black and white drawing of a crow on a skull using my favorite ballpoint pen—the STEEL F-301 Retractable Ballpoint Pen and a few of my other go-to Zebra Pen products. Let’s gather our supplies and get started!

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Artist Chris Adams’ Illustration Process

By: Chris Adams of @chrisacreative

Like a lot of artists, my process is constantly evolving but it has been pretty consistent for the last few years. Here’s a breakdown of how I like to tackle my illustrations. Let’s jump in.

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Wombat illustration created with Pointillism with assorted Zebra Pen products beside it

How to Draw a Wombat with Pointillism

By: Artist Ambassador Sandra Strait

Hello! I’m Sandra from @lifeimitatesdoodles. Today, we’re going to draw a hairy-nosed wombat using a pointillism drawing technique with some of my favorite Zebra Pen creative products.

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Assorted of Zebra Pen STEEL products

Which STEEL Pen is Right for You?

Originally published June 4, 2014. Updated September 23, 2020.

Tired of settling for ordinary writing tools? Our STEEL line of pens and mechanical pencils are durable but stylish which means they are not only reliable but will make a great first impression. Different projects require different tools—which is why we designed the STEEL line to be diverse. The full range includes ballpoint pens, gel pens, mechanical pencils, and even a permanent marker.

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