Old Trunks has talked about handwriting before. I am still fascinated by it and the hand written letters I have are true examples of people which fit the categories below. I would have been interested in hand writing analysis as a profession. Let's look at these and see if it triggers any memories for you.
Can squeeze a lot of information into one space
Consider occupations like pharmacy and newspaper
Consider: Public relations and hospitality industry
Downward slanting letters
How are you being received by co workers
Upward slanting letters
Things are looking up
Others appreciate your energy
Consider: field of training and not for profit
Dark, bold strokes
Too much pressure? Aggression?
Consider: Banking or consulting
Faint, light strokes
Sensitivity towards others
Too light? lack confidence or pep
Squished words and cramped sentences
No needed space when it comes to relationships
Consider: Education or recreation
Words and sentences extremely spaced out
Make effort to reach out
Consider: computer software and hardware
We are not talking about how the teacher showed us how to write letters when we were learned long hand, now called cursive. It isn't that alphabet just above the black board letters that were what we were supposed to be copying and seemed to be impossible to do so at eight. We are talking about the everyday sort of writing--that is, if you ever truly scribe anything anymore except perhaps a grocery list!
Get the lead out and write a paragraph!