Handwriting is one of the most important traits of humans and majority of us somewhere struggle for a good handwriting. No one is ever completely satisfied with their handwriting and if you are one of those who have always struggled with their handwriting and every time people see your hand written notes, they ask, “how can you read your own handwriting?” You disagree with them at that moment yet somewhere you know that you need to improve your handwriting.
There are 7 easy and simple step by step procedures which bring considerable difference in your handwriting:
Day 1: Back to basics
Remember how we use to have homework to fill cursive books in the summer vacations and we either skipped it or asked our siblings to do it for us. Well it’s the time now to go back to basic. There are lot of handwriting books available out there in the market for teenagers. Buy them and use a pencil to write and learn each and every letter separately.
Day 2: Learn words and sentences
After getting a command over each alphabet separately, it’s time to move towards words and sentences. Pay attention how words are being connected to each other and how small and capitals are joined together. Use pencil here.
Day 3: Write paragraphs
Once you are done with writing on calligraphy books, it’s time to move to four lined to two lined notebooks and write about how your day went or make notes. Keep in mind, the things you learned from cursive book and maintain a proper distance between the words and letters. Use pencil here.
Day 4: Use a pen
When you are done using pencil, it’s the time to switch to pen. To start writing proper cursive handwriting, use an ink pen to start from. As ink pens provide the perfect ink for cursive, they also blend perfectly with each and every curve.
Day 5: Choose a perfect pen
Now, when you are done learning about the spaces and curves, it is a time to choose the perfect pen for you with the perfect grip and ink for everyday use. Always pay attention to the tip of the pen while buying a pen, use a medium tip because a very thin tip will result into light handwriting.
Day 6: Write on notebook
It’s a time to test what you have learned so far, so write on the notebook you use to write usually on. This will tell you how much you have improved from where you started. Write a whole paragraph from a newspaper or anything you are learning. Remember to use proper spacing between words and letter. This step can be tricky since cursive books have bigger font than from regular notebook therefore you would have to adjust your font a little.
Day 7: You are ready
Once you have followed each of these steps carefully, we guarantee you that by now you would be seeing considerable difference in your handwriting. Now test yourself and try writing on a blank paper to see if you are able to maintain the same consistency and spacing. This might be a little challenging but the best way to maintain and remember all the things you learnt.
If it seems to you an uphill task and need assistance in any of these steps, feel free to reach out to Writing Guru, a leading organisation that works to help those individuals who like to improve their handwritings.