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Boustrophedon is the practice of writing forward on one line and backwards on the next. I should have practiced some more, as it's been quite some time, but I find it so fascinating I had to share.
According to https://www.britannica.com/art/boustrophedon, boustrophedon has been used for thousands of years, first by the Greeks. It made it easier to track from one line to the next without losing your place.
In general, lefties (and as a lefty myself I can corroborate this) have a slightly easier time reading and writing right to left than righties do, so I find boustrophedon an enjoyable and entertaining pastime. Because I couldn't find a way to type this way on the computer, I used my drawing app on my phone to make the above sample.
Give boustrophedon a try, maybe post a picture of your attempt in the comments.
Not only is boustrophedon a fun word, it's a really cool historical practice.