Q: Try writing your name with your other hand. Where was that person raised?
A: In a roomful of number two pencils and sharpeners which cranked and grrrred, spinning long strips of dusty pencil shavings that twirled down to the linoleum and broke into pieces.
--my answer to a random blogger question
I enjoy doing non-dominant handed writings from time to time, because they tap the frustrated first grader who yet says honest things. There is research suggesting that the non-dominant hand connects with the right brain, the more creative side, or as I call it, the Dream Kid.
What is your "other" hand telling you? Take a few minutes to do this. Yes, it feels funny. You might learn something from yourself.