Oh my there is so much truth found within the pictures of the above blog. Technology is a wonderful tool, but it does come with a price. However, this doesn’t have to be the case at all. I know that time is limited, but it would only take a few minutes a day to practice good handwriting skills. There are several books out on the market to help teach proper manual, cursive, and even calligraphy manuscript. One can even find tips on the Internet such as what can found on wikiHow. Some of their tips are similar to how many of us learned how to type way back when typewriters were more common than computers. These tips include visualizing each letter, practice, examine other people’s handwriting and find one that inspires you, practice, try using different writing instruments, practice, take your time, and did I mention practice?
Before you know it you’ll be able to beautifully write, “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.”
Now it’s time to go practice my own handwriting!