1. Quite Neat - this example definitely isn't my neatest but it's up there. My revision notebook is filled with this type of handwriting because I can't learn from joined up handwriting or notes typed up on a computer.
2. Still Fairly Neat - revision time is one where I need to write quicker than usual but also keep things neat. This is a good example from when I wrote notes from model answers for some practice questions I did and were written with my Pilot Coleto.
3. Messy - Again, revision time. This time, I wrote this during a break when I watched a bit of Grey's Anatomy. Grey's always has the best music (though The Vampire Diaries is pretty much up there too) and I didn't want to forget a song I heard during one of the latter episodes of season 11. This was written with my Kaweco Skyline Sport - isn't it weird how different pens can result in different handwriting styles?
4. Messier - Again during revision time - this is messier than the previous sample and was again, written with my Kaweco Skyline Sport. My writing goes all loopy and joined up when in a hurry and this is the proof.
5. Messiest - Finally, the messiest my handwriting can be. These notes were taken during an multidisciplinary team meeting I attended whilst on placement. I write things down about a patient that is interesting, explains something on the handout or something I need to look up in the future.
Again, my handwriting goes all loopy and joined up and it is messier than the previous example. Biros bring out the worst in my handwriting!
Hope you've enjoyed this post on what my handwriting looks like in different situations and even with different pens. Does yours change and if so when?