What Does Your Handwriting Say About You?
The margins you maintain in your notebook can reveal if you are impulsive or aesthetic or a good planner. Surprised?
A Margin is the space you leave before starting a sentence on a page.
1. Ideal margins: Usually 1-1.5 inches on the left, pretty far to the right side without crushing into it. This indicates a healthy left/right balance; the writer has a healthy relation to the past and the future and is able to focus and concentrate on the present scenario.
2. Even margins all around: You can control the left margin because you can choose where to start and where exactly to stop. But someone who is controlling his right margin must write slowly. These persons are more interested in visual effects; they are very appearance conscious, interested in beauty, design, symmetry and order and balance. They are highly organized and have very good planning and execution skills.
3. Overly wide left margins: Such people are trying to create an imaginary barrier between themselves and the past. They are cultured, extroverted, have high standards of living, are a bit impulsive, intelligent, interested in world affairs, keep a safe distance from people and like a lavish lifestyle.
4. Overly wide right margins: These people are not ready to face the future and miss out on opportunities available. There is also a lack of self-confidence. Such persons could possibly be homesick, too.
5. Margins wide on all sides: These people work well alone and want to be the centre of attraction. They have a good aesthetic sense for music or the arts.
Excerpts from The Teenager Today – Article by Nirav Vasa
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