If you see me at work, in the hospital, you will see me equipped with 4 things: My stethoscope around my neck, my patient list, my bleep and my trusted Parker Jotter London pen. Such is my love for my Parker jotter, that this morning I had a little panic when I realised I left my pen behind at a café during my lunch break. I walked all the way back there, despite the bitterly cold winds.
The Parker pen Jotter writes so smoothly on paper, it’s as if my pen is gliding. I’m not sure why, but my handwriting looks so much better too. Anyway, imagine my delight when Parker Pens asked me to be celebrate the relaunch of their Jotter London pens with them.
My picks were the Bond Street Black Jotter pen and the West End Brushed Gold Jotter pen. I have inaugurated my pens with a workspace styling at home and shot them at two of my favourite cafés in Hampstead, North London.
As well as using my Parker Jotter pens at work, I love using them at home too, to plan out my blog work in the diary. Introducing you to Ginger and White in Perrins court. I love coming here for breakfast during the weekends and for an indulgent piece of cake with tea. Doesn’t my black Bond Street Parker Jjotter fit right in? I love sitting outside, it’s so refreshing to drink hot tea in the outdoor chill. Now that it’s December, I’ve decided to make a head start on writing my Christmas cards. Here’s a closer view of my Bond Street black Parker Jotter pen. My next favourite café in Hampstead, is Melrose and Morgan.
Hope you’ve enjoyed my little tour at home and around Hampstead with my new Parker Jotter pens.
Hope you’ve enjoyed the post. Do you have a favourite café in London where you would go, to unplug from the digital world?
Wishing you a wonderful week ahead.
( All photography and styling are by Geraldine Tan, editor of Little big Bell. This is a sponsored collaboration with Parker Pens but all views are my own).