- The creed of a true saint is to make the best of life, and to make the most of it. Edwin Hubbel Chapin
Learn to Write with Left Hand
As it is well-known majority of people is right-handed and it will be very challenging and at the same time very interesting to learn to write with left hand if right-handed. in order to control your non-dominant hand, your brain will literally have to form new neural connections. This is not a fast or easy process, so you will need to be prepared to put in many hours of practice if you plan on becoming ambidextrous and mastering left-handed writing. Developing these motor skills will probably give you a whole new appreciation of what babies' lives are like. To make the process easier you need to start slow, practice writing every letter, draw basic shapes, learn mirror script and use the right kind of pens.