Module 4 — Legible handwriting

Having legible handwriting is essential, and, in fact, easy to learn!

Mathias staring at his old, indecipherable handwriting.
Mathias staring at his old, indecipherable handwriting.
Pro tips

-Write all capital letters
-Close the gaps
-Slow down

The key is to slow down. If we go too fast, we get stuck in chaotic ideas. By taking time to draw each letter, you can stay away from all the chaos.

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-Prepare a page. Fold, date, frame, and add the title, “My Perfect Day.”

-Then, start on the left column, write about a perfect Tuesday.

-Include details, like when do you wake up, where do you wake up? If the perfect location is London, include what street in London.

-This is not an easy step. Take your time and fill in details of the day.

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You handwriting should establish hierarchy. You should learn to give more importance to one element than another.

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Use Block Letters

Take time to make block letters shaded with diagonal lines. It trains your mental efficiency.

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It also adds cost of effort to your titles. Our find will factor that in, which helps you produce a shorter title.


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-Hierarchy 1: Start and frame a new page. Put the title “Good” in big, block letters in the centre.

-Hierarchy 2: Add medium-sized theme words around the title. They are things you are good at.

-Hierarchy 3: Add examples around theme words. Use your normal, small handwriting.

Thanks for reading.


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