Organizational Ability-to be or not to be

05 May

Hi everyone!   Welcome back to the world of handwriting analysis.   So, have you asked yourself these questions a lot; “Where is it? or where did I put it?”  Do you frantically hunt through papers for that ‘bill’ you misplaced?  Perhaps then, you lack the ability to be organized.

In handwriting, the letter ‘F’ reveals a lot about your ability to be organized or not. (lower case)  Let’s take a look at some below:


In the first ‘F’, a simple line shows upper and lower balance.  This writer can maintain order.  Ask her to sort through papers, and then file them, and she has no problem.  She would make a good Secretary.

So, I hear some of you saying  “Well I have that ‘F’ except with a loop on top.”  This causes an imbalance in your ‘F’.  When you see a loop, you see an indication of imagination.  Sure you have the imagination to devise methods or plans.   But, may not know how to put them into action; no loop on bottom-no imagination in that area. 

Now for those who say”Well I have imagination on the bottom part of my ‘F’. But no loop on top! ugg! What does that mean?”  Don’t worry you are able to coordinate people and materials with no problem.  If your Boss has the plan, you can organize and carry it out.  Your imagination is in the action area.

So, can you guess what kind of organizational ability you would have if your ‘F’ is balanced with a loop on top and bottom?  You got it!  You are organized  in making plans, having ideas, and then carrying them out.

The last ‘F’ is unusual.  It has a loop up top and bottom, but going in different directions. This ‘F’ shows an extra trait called “Fluidity of Thought”.  This person will go from one thought to another .  His thinking and speech will flow easily and smoothly.  You will also see this trait in the letter “g”.  It looks like the number “8”.  Some writers may even connect words together as they think rapidly.

“Desire For order” is also kin to “Organizational Ability”.  You will see the traits of dignity and rhythm go hand in hand. Also, there will be no other handwriting strokes going into the lines of writing below. They like order, not disorder and confusion.  Don’t ask them to do something at the drop of a hat. They won’t have too many ‘irons in the fire’.

Well Friends, I hope this opens your eyes a bit to your personality, and others!  Happy writing, and remember, we are all individuals!  God bless!  God likes order in the Church…..I corinthians 14:40″Let all things be done decently and in order.” KJV

cool to be blessed 😉  Ann


Posted by on May 5, 2013 in Handwriting Analysis


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6 responses to “Organizational Ability-to be or not to be

  1. amberdover

    May 6, 2013 at 4:21 am

    Yaaaa I can organize both ways :). I guess that’s why I can pin a lot on Pinterest and actually do them too! lol! Great post Mom. You’re a genius and I love ya!

  2. amberdover

    May 7, 2013 at 7:08 pm

    Reblogged this on amberdover and commented:

    Yaaa! My Mom is back to blogging. Here’s a reblog if you can’t see it then come to my site. Show her some love and learn about the super cool science of Handwriting analysis. By the way, my “f” loop is balanced on top and bottom. Which one are you? Let her know in her comments section. I’m proud to have such a smart Mama. God bless & remember the High King lives! ~Amber Dover

  3. casperbrax

    May 8, 2013 at 4:41 am

    Fascinating.thanks so much. Pity handwriting is a dying art.

  4. abbey

    May 9, 2013 at 7:15 pm

    I’m so glad to see your blog again:) A year ago,I used to write f in simple style with no loops on top or bottom.But these days,I’m connecting my f with other letters and I find myself automatically giving loop on upper side.What does it really mean to have imagination on the top?Should I get rid of it?

    • lorettalittlefield

      May 18, 2013 at 2:11 am

      Thanks for reading! It just means you have more imagination in the idea area. You may be thinking of ways ‘to’ organize.

      • abbey

        May 20, 2013 at 7:43 am

        thanks for explaining:)


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