The new year is just around the corner, which means it’s almost time to break out the champagne, noisemakers, and … a writing instrument!

Yes, you read that correctly – a writing instrument! You’ll need one, of course, to jot down those all-important New Year’s resolutions, whether it’s getting fit, volunteering, finding happiness, or something else that makes a positive difference in your life or the world around you.

According to, the practice of making New Year’s resolutions dates back 4,000 years to the ancient Babylonians, who were also the first to hold recorded celebrations in honor of the new year (although, for them, this began in mid-March when the crops were planted).

Unfortunately, though, as points out, even though this practice has been around for thousands of years, only 8 percent of Americans who make New Year’s resolutions are successful in achieving their goals.

One helpful tactic is writing your resolutions down on paper and hanging them up somewhere visible so that you see them each day. Writing them down shows you are committed to those goals and displaying them reminds you of how significant they are to you.

An assignment this important calls for a sophisticated and useful writing instrument, such as the #55944 Souvenir® Tux Pen. This metal pen is dressed to impress with its unique tone-on-tone crosshatch pattern that perfectly complements clients’ distinctive brands.

Not only does it look good, but it also comes with some pretty impressive features, including smooth twist-action, elevated InstaGlide® hybrid ink, and color-coordinated accents. After writing with this pen, you’ll feel confident and ready to tackle your goals head on in the new year!

Is one of your resolutions to check out even more amazing Koozie Group products? Terrific! Get started on this one early by heading over to right now and have a Happy New Year!

Fun Fact: According to Forbes, the most popular New Year’s resolutions are about self-improvement, including living healthier (23% of people), getting happy (21%) losing weight (20%), exercising (7%), stopping smoking (5%), and reducing drinking (2%).

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