Another strand to the graphology posts. just a quick one this time, do you loop your letters? If you freely write a paragraph’s worth of words, just random if you can’t think of anything to write, then take a look at your L’s, S’s and e’s, how loopy are they? L’s are your loops closed? […]
So you have your signature and you know a little about what you are showing the world with the way you write. There’s much more to it than that, there are all of those little twiddly bits and personalised sweeps of the pen. That’s where you’re really hiding your personality. If you want to change […]
What does your signature say about you? Do you just scribble your name down or have you developed a way of showing yourself in a better light? Or you may even just use a symbol to identify yourself. In these days of electronic everything talking about a signature seems a little old fashioned but we still […]
Back to the graphology and the size of your handwriting. Normal handwriting will normally be about 2mm in size, of you look at a sample of your writing it should give you an idea of whether your writing is considered small or large. If you tend to have small lettering it shows a tendancy towards being […]
i’s in your handwriting measure your capacity for concentration and your attention span. Take a look at your last block of handwriting and find out what it tells you as a letter alone it tells you nothing at all but seen in the context of a body of writing it may give you some clues. Do […]
I am becoming increasingly interested in handwriting and what it tells the reader about us. If you are like me and still love to handwrite you may be interested in taking a look at these posts. I will try to cover a few of the common aspects of your handwriting over the next few weeks. […]
AKA Graphology. I love to hand write, all of my manuscripts are written by hand for the first draft, for me it makes the second draft easier, I get to pull out all of the obvious errors in the story as I transfer the work to computer, that’s when it becomes all about the font and […]
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