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Improve Your Handwriting With These Easy Steps

Just in time for back-to-school season!
IMAGE YouTube/Jordan Clark

It's legit back to school in a few weeks (for some, anyway) and one of the problems you'll be having on your first few days (aside from having summer sepanx) is writing legibly. Two months of bumming around, spending time online, and not using a pen and paper can be a pretty long time, so here's are some tips and tricks from YouTuber Jordan Clark to help you improve your handwriting.

  1. Figure out your handwriting.

Observe your handwriting and focus on the letters you need to improve on.

  1. Track your improvement.

Writing on a daily journal will help you track your improvement.

  1. Be inspired by others.

Check for inspiration online and practice writing them.

  1. Practice.

Use every opportunity to write on paper to practice.

  1. Write smaller.

Try writing in smaller strokes to see if your handwriting gets becomes neater.

  1. Find a pen you like.

A pen doesn't make your handwriting look good, but if you like writing in a pen that you like, then it helps improve your handwriting in some way.

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Watch the video below to get more tips and inspiration.

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