I am a stationery junkie. I have finally admitted that to myself. I remember when I was little, specifically elementary school, asking asking for “paper products” like pens and paper. I did not understand it then but come almost 2 decades later and I still feel the same way. Granted, while I have only been bullet journaling for about a year now, this love of stationery never really left me.
Anyways, I got my hands on some Zebra Mildliners a week ago and have been using them at work when it comes to highlighting my notes during my self study for the Salesforce Platform App Builder Certification. I do have the same gripes as many others though, the colors in the pink pack are deceptively neon when the pen caps make them look pastel.
This is why I decided to go ahead and do swatches for them. That way, I can refrence them and definitely tell which colors I need to use at the time. Check out my swatches below!
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I did read an article on JetPens about highlighters and the best ones for different scenarios like if you are highlighting printed ink, handwritten notes, text books, etc so this will not be my last foray into pastel highlighters.
QOTD: what are your favorite highlighters? Are they the Zebra Mildliners or something more classic like the bic highlighters? Let me know in the comments below!