Using a phone pencil can help you write better, it turns out.
The idea that you could use a pencil to write better is a myth, according to Dr. William R. Kelly, a professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at Boston University and a leading authority on stylometry.
The truth is, most people aren’t using a pencil when they write.
According to Drs.
Kelly and Jens G. Vigeland, Ph.
D., the average person is writing with their eyes, hands, or even a pen, according the Mayo Clinic.
But there are ways to get a pen to work better.
The most common reason for using a pen with a phone is to use it for drawing.
For example, you might draw a line or shape in a letter.
When you write with your eyes, you need to draw the line and then use your other hand to draw a straight line.
If you have a pen that you can use to draw your letter, you can just keep writing with the pen, not drawing a straight lines.
The other side of the equation is that you may need a pen so that you don’t lose your mark or accidentally write something in the middle of your work.
Dr. Kelly also says that when you are using a phone for drawing, you are actually drawing with your thumb, which is not as accurate as using your other fingers.
For more tips on using a stylus to write, read our tips on how to use your phone stylUS and Ireland: US