|Photo: John Hancock's signature on the 1776 Declaration of Independence.|
National Handwriting Day - January 23
Handwriting Day is a national day celebrated in the United States, marking the birthday of John Hancock, one of the founding fathers of the United States and the first to sign the American Declaration of Independence.
It's today to leave your computer and smartphone and write down everything you want by hand: notes, grocery list, letters, homework and everything you normally type.
It's time to remember what your manuscript looks like. Do not say that you are ashamed of your handwriting, because it says everything about who you are! Try to learn about yourself through your handwriting with the help of graphology.
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