When writing freehand (on paper), as was necessary if I'm to get to 50 000 words by the end of tomorrow, I've learned a valuable lesson. What is said lesson? To sum it up simply, make sure your handwriting is legible.
I have pages and pages in front of me, and while the first few are quite easy to follow, the ones nearing the middle and end need a decipherer. Now, that is bad when you can't even make out your own handwriting.
However, I will decode this nonsense then continue with a full day of writing today. Thankfully, I will do all today's writing on the computer - thus, I should have no trouble reading what I've written.