I have a long-standing habit of writing in cursive, which is why I’m often asked if I’m proud of this. Well, the answer is YES (and, no, I’m not). Not because I’m proud of it per se, but because I know that my kids, if given the choice, would choose to write in cursive.
It’s not as if I don’t know that cursive is fine, but it’s just the way I write. I’m not going to lie and say that I have no opinions about cursive, because I do. But there are many reasons why I don’t like it. One of the reasons is that writing in a specific hand has become quite a bit easier in recent years.
If you’re not a tomboy, you’re not a tomboy. This is the answer to the question you posed when I asked if it was okay to write in cursive. I think it’s okay for you to write in cursive, if you’re not a tomboy.
Writing in cursive is fine for some people, but it can be a hassle for others. The reason for this is that it takes a lot of getting used to. It takes a while to get used to the different sizes of letters, curves, and other details that are inherent to cursive writing. It does take a while to get used to the different hand motions, and how it just feels so different from handwriting.
I think that what might be a little frustrating for some people is that cursive can be difficult to get used to. I have learned to write in cursive and am now one of those people who can easily write in the same style as someone who is not born with the right hand.
I think that the point is that there’s no “right” way to write. We all have and find our own preferred method of writing. What’s really important is that it’s a habit that can be cultivated, and that’s something that we can all do to make our lives easier.
I find cursive writing to be relatively easy for me to learn. I have learned cursive handwriting just by practicing. Just remember to take a break when you’re writing to prevent finger and wrist injuries. You can see a video of me doing this on the right.
But when you take a break and stop writing, you are probably going to look more like a crazy person. I was recently in a cafe with a friend and we were writing in cursive and I noticed all my fingers and wrists were pointing at the wrong place. The next thing I know I get a lecture in cursive writing from an older gentleman who is clearly not reading the book or something. So I asked him if he was a coder and he said yes.
It’s not a good sign if I’m looking at a writing instrument and it’s pointing at me that some of my fingers and wrists are pointing at some other part of my body. I’ve done this before to people, but usually when it’s someone else’s fault. I know writing is just a form of communication, but the problem is that for some reason when you’re reading cursive you kind of forget what you’re doing.
He’s a bit of a snob, but that wasn’t it. He’s a good writer. At the beginning of a novel, he’d say something like, “Hey you know what?” and then have a really good scene in which he reads a chapter or two, and then he goes and reads a whole new chapter, that can really help you with your writing skills. I know some of his stuff though, so I don’t know if it’s true or not.