When I was in college I made a photo album and I actually used a computer to print some of the descriptions, because I thought it would look better than my own handwriting. People used to care about penmanship, but now we’re used to texting “how r u?” Any handwriting is nice to see now, no matter how messy.
Your handwriting is as personal as a finger print. Use it to add warmth and character around your home.
Put down the label maker and write the labels for your files.
I almost used the typewriter to make labels for these drawers, but then I remembered that writing them was good enough.
Even though most recipes are on the computer, it’s really comforting to see the recipe cards in my mom and grandma’s handwriting.
Make sure your kids write their names on the backs of handmade ornaments.
Crossing something off of a to do list is far more satisfying with pen and paper.
The summer I met Doug, I wouldn’t give him my email address. When summer was over and I went back to school, he had to write me letters. I saved every one.
Let Twitter have the day off and write in a journal instead.