I mostly have demonstrator fountain pens so I do not really need to have an overview about which pens are inked with which ink. I can see the ink perfectly well right away.
But still, I would like to see when I have reinked a pen and therefore have an overview how long one ink refill lasts.
Well, this is a very limited statistic overview anyway as the ink capacity of my pens vary very much but still it gives me a good overall view.
My Pilot Preras have a very small capacity while my Moonmans last forever. The TWSBIs are in the middle.
I would say that about 1ml of ink fits into the Pilot Preras, about 2ml into the TWSBIs and about 3ml into the Moonmans.
Here is my overview for 2018:
I have transferred the information about my currently inked pens to my overview of 2019 and this would be the starting point for 2019:
I have dedicated two pages in my Soumkine Universal Planner for the whole year of 2019, I guess this will be enough space. Well, depending on how many more pens will come into my life ;-)
The Soumkine planners and notebooks have very nice fountain pen friendly paper. The paper has a bit of a "tooth" and gives a bit of a feedback while writing. I do not have the feeling that I "slide" around the paper but that I "write" and have contact with the paper. It is only 70gsm paper but has only a bit of ghosting and no bleeding.
Soumkine now offers planners and notebooks in various size, like a small B6 size, A5 and B5.
I will let you know in another blog post about my set up this year with these planners.
Thanks a lot and (planner) peace to everyone!
P.S. as always, I do not get paid for any items in my posts, I have paid for everything out of my own pocket.