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I like both and how I use both everyday, you can have a preference or choose both ^^
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Me too, for a while I was only typing because I'm experienced with the internet, but now I use both. I also keep private and personal things offline which is very wise. Writing and drawing by hand can feel more natural and intimate ^^. Aww that sounds funny lol, I was doing typing test for fun and I would let my friends try itI like both for different reasons. I always preferred typing, because I can keep up with my thoughts more, and it's easier to organize and complete everything. But, typing a lot on the computer makes me feel really sick and get insomnia now. So I tend to write a lot by hand (when writing for myself).
How did I learn to type well with bad coordination? In my high school typing class I sat next to a guy and we would trade insults about each other's moms while trying to get perfect typing scores. It was an amazing technique.
I also keep private and personal things offline which is very wise.
Aww that sounds funny lol, I was doing typing test for fun and I would let my friends try it
Either a pen & paper or a manual typewriter. I keep both on my desk still because they are faster & there is no eyestrain.
Aww that's okay ^^ <3I like handwriting, but I was writing something the other day and I'm appalled by how rusty my handwriting skills are. I have written less by hand and it sure gets rusty fast. Getting tired in the hand and not writing as nice and tidy as I used to. People used to compliment my writing. I guess it has to be trained back to normal. Darn keyboards.
Aww that's cool, I was kinda going for an old fashioned style with the 2nd image I used lol. Hm.. that does seem harder.I used to have a 1970s typewriter that I used a lot, typewriters are nice. It just takes a little more focus when it doesn't have a "fix error" button and you have to start over when you make an error.
Ah, I remember the days when accuracy was proven when the bottle of whiteout got gummy before it was used up, like a stubby pencil with a perfect eraser.I used to have a 1970s typewriter that I used a lot, typewriters are nice. It just takes a little more focus when it doesn't have a "fix error" button and you have to start over when you make an error.
Aww it's okay. You're making a good decision for yourself ^^I physically can’t hand write for medical reasons, and when I try it looks awful.
I type everything. When I was in school I had permission to use a computer because writing by hand causes me pain and anxiety.
Drawing isn’t as stressful but even then I prefer to use a tablet.