Free Handwriting Practice E-Notebook

Tuesday, February 8, 2022

Are you learning Korean and in need of a notebook to help you write block syllables of the Korean language? Look no further! I have created a handwriting notebook so that you can practice writing your Korean letters and words!

Winter Break is Over

I can't believe a month and a half has come and gone! It's time for me to return back to work teaching Korean at my church. 

During winter break, I spent a lot of my time studying Korean history and blogging about it and also tried figuring out what my next steps are going forward in my adult life. Do you want to know what conclusions I have made?

I still don't know what I want to be or want to do! πŸ˜‚πŸ™ˆ 

I figured out that 1) I'm horrible at marketing myself (so small business is probably not for me) and 2) owning my own business means that I'll never be able to rest (because I get fully invested).

So, what does this lead me to? That I should probably find employment under another business owner. πŸ˜‚

Moving on from this topic of my life struggles of finding employment, during winter break I worked on creating a handwriting notebook for those wanting to practice their letter and word writing.

But before I was inspired to do this, I actually hopped onto Amazon to see what was available for purchase and I noticed that a lot of these authors who are selling Korean handwriting notebooks designed the inside very differently than the way notebooks are sold in Korea.

I am happy to announce that the notebook I designed looks the same as those found in Korea. Not that there is anything wrong with those available on Amazon but I just prefer how the inside of the Korean notebooks look.

The Notebook

Included in the notebook are two different covers which you can choose from if you plan to print. Behind the cover pages, there are roughly around 30 pages of block lines for handwriting practice. 

Take a look at the pictures below to see what this e-book looks like. 

To download a free copy of the notebook, you can download the PDF file HERE.

Family Vacation

Besides working on the lovely notebook and blog, my family went on vacation for the first time since the pandemic struck. It was a much-needed break but I was pretty bummed about the weather. 

Apparently, the week we arrived in the southeast a cold front was sweeping through making it a not-so-warm week. For someone who absolutely despises the cold, I was looking forward to being under the warm sun which just did not happen for us.

We enjoyed our time away from home though. I think all of us needed the break away from being confined to our home for so long. 

Stay tuned to Instagram to see the photos of our family vacation!



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