A SIMPLE SENTENCE
We asked Emma to look at handwriting samples from some of The Simple Things team. Here’s what she found:
The angled, methodical writing shows a critical and analytical person who prefers to know where they stand. Scrupulously honest, they have high expectations of other people as well as themselves. The upright slant and the overall regularity is indicative of someone who hides their real feelings and for this reason they may be difficult to get to know. They keep a cool head and are the ultimate planner. They can be sociable but are unlikely to put relationships ahead of work. This is a speedy and original handwriting style. A good sense of humour is likely to make this person popular. They have leftward swinging and open lower zones, which indicates a caring and maternal side. They are better at understanding other people’s problems than their own. The spaces between the words is fairly large which shows that they are capable of working efficiently on their own or at least off their own bat without needing the approval of others. A natural creative. This person appears to have quite a regular script but on closer examination there are missing bits of letters and short forms which show a speedy but impatient mind. They get bored quite easily because of their febrile personality and can multitask successfully. The different lower zone formations in the writing show a dislike of routine. They are, however, sensitive and easily hurt. This person has a mixed slant and evidence of a varied pressure in their handwriting. They can be moody but creative. They are an ideas person and full of innovation but also prone to get frustrated when things don’t go according to plan. They try to hide their anxiety from others and are likely to come across as good fun and open-minded. More of a maverick than a team player!