Make Good Use of a Margin.
Now you wrote a letter. But no matter how well-written it is, your work will be spoiled if the recipient’s first impression is “It’s hard to read”.
The key to readability is the size of a margin. Skip the line beforehand to make plenty of margin on the paper.
If your words can’t fit in one sheet, simply go to the next page. Words written all over a piece of paper feel cramped. Meanwhile, words written boldly, even with the intension of using more than enough papers, are easy to read and give an upbeat impression.
Let’s keep in mind to not write over the pattern, or the precious pattern will be covered and it also gives a rough impression. Decide where to skip the line before writing.
When you write boldly in big letters, your liveliness will be conveyed naturally. Know that some mistakes are a part of your winsomeness, and just write freely.
Skip the line beforehand to make enough margin, which makes your writing so much easier to read.