When you’re writing a letter to a parent, be sure to choose a pen that’s easy to handle and has a small enough writing surface to allow you to write with your right hand.
For example, if your parents have a big desk or a table that makes it difficult for you to reach a large piece of paper, choose a fountain pen that fits in your pocket or purse and is easy to hold.
For letters written in a different pen or pen nib, make sure the pen is large enough to fit into your pocket, purse or other small items that can be easily accessed.
To write a simple letter to yourself, try to keep the pen level with the letter, but with a slightly tilted letter.
The tilt can make the letter appear thicker and more textured.
If you’re going to write your letter to someone else, it’s important that you choose a letter that’s comfortable and easy to carry around.
A pen that can handle the letter is more valuable than one that doesn’t, as a pen will make it easier to draw the words down on paper, so it will feel more natural.
Keep in mind that when you write your letters, you can’t rely on a pen to do everything.
Instead, make a list of things you want to say to your loved ones, including your favorite words and phrases, your personal interests, the people you’ve met and more.
This list will help you to remember what to say and how to say it.