forgot to post this one :0
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entry from yesterday!!
time: 17h 18s
I need to get used to moving my wrist more when writing with my left hand. As of right now, I'm depending on my fingers to form the letters and it gets tiresome after the first paragraph.
On another note, I'm super excited for Hamilton to come out on Disney+ 👀. I was lucky enough to have watched a live performance, but the film is going to have the original cast with Lin-Manuel Miranda himself!!
time: 21m 08s
tried using a different pen. didn't feel any more comfortable (or uncomfortable). this is a continuation of another article i was previously copying
time: 21m 21s
not much visual difference, but the pen feels slightly more comfortable in my left hand (though i did get p tired in the 2nd paragraph). i'm trying to find the right angle to slant my paper so my writing isn't crooked :')
time: 22m 04s
I felt more in control when I was writing, but got tired by the second paragraph. Also, I paid more attention to not squeezing my right hand into a fist as I write.
time: 20m 44s
The pen felt more comfortable in my left hand, but I'm still shakey when I write any letter with a curve in it (especially S's). I also noticed that my right-hand balls up into a fist when I'm writing. I don't even notice it until it starts cramping. I guess I find this strange because the hand that I'm not using to write usually lies flat on the page.
article from: https://tinyurl.com/yaup39pq
The pen felt very awkward in my left-hand today but I eventually got back into the flow of writing. The process felt a lot slower today, but I think I improved in terms of having more consistent spacing between my letters and words. My actual writing has a long way to go, though.
I forgot to save the link to the article I was copying. I need to keep this in mind for future entries :') Overall thoughts: this took me a very long time but it turned out better than I expected