I Think I Need a More Hands-on Approach

Well, week three of my struggle to become ambidextrous has come and gone and I have to say my executive decision to start colouring instead of just writing was a good one. Life should be about making choices that are personally indulgent when possible and colouring was just that for me. It was a great …

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All Hands on Deck: This Isn’t as Easy as it May Look

After one week of practice, I can't say I've made much progress, but I can't be too hard on myself as my hand and brain are just getting used to the process. Most of the writing practice I am doing is through repetition. I already know how to write the letters properly, so my work …

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Is Ambidexterity the HANDiest Skill I Can Learn?

Is ambidexterity the HANDiest skill I can learn? In short, no. In fact, there's evidence that it's actually a terrible skill to learn, but is that going to stop me? Nope. Finding a skill to use for my #LearningProject was simple. I've wanted to learn how to be ambidextrous since I was in middle school …

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