Writing on a completed page can be nerve-wracking, but there are many ways to ease your anxiety. First -- practice! The more comfortable you are with your handwriting, the more comfortable you'll be putting it on a page. Many scrapbook papers are designed to look like notebook paper or have lines in the pattern. Use these lines to keep your journaling straight. If that isn't an option, a disappearing-ink pen or a pencil can help. Use a ruler to draw lines that disappear or that you can erase once you've written your text. No matter how you choose to include it, handwritten journaling can personalize your album and create a connection between you and future generations.