Your letters should be evenly spaced out and not crowding each other too much.
I found it fascinating that every single time you put pen to paper, you are revealing a little bit about yourself. We can’t choose it, but we can exercise to get in shape – same with your handwriting – a little practice and learning some new techniques will get your handwriting in shape in no time.
You may be saying to yourself that your handwriting is awful and that there is no help for you. As a creative blogger, I receive books to review from time to time.
I love fonts and they have become wildly popular as a way to express our style digitally.
I think we or at least us visual types also need our very own font of our real handwriting as a way to express ourselves online and a chance to say – I have been intentionally trying to find more ways to put pen to paper over the past few weeks.
In my daily life, the only thing that seems to get written down anymore – pen to paper is my grocery list tacked to my refrigerator or a quick note left on the counter to remind my hubby or kids to do something. I want to start or be part of the Handwriting is as much a part of our personal style as how we decorate our home or what we choose to wear. The way we form our letters and put them together so they flow into words is truly an extension of our personal style that I miss seeing in myself and others.
It is one thing that we can claim as truly our own A reader left me a comment recently wanting to know if I knew of a site where she could get a font of her handwriting.
Even our signatures can be digitally created nowadays.
I don’t want this to happen, but there seems to be less and less need to reach for a pretty pen and paper when a few strokes on a keyboard does it all for us.
I do write in my daily planner and that gives me some personal satisfaction.
Image: Paper Taste Buds I follow a few stationery blogs – they always have such inspiring images.