Okay everyone, so I've decided it's worth it learning to type without looking at the keyboard. I'm reasonably fast as it is, certainly fast enough for my own non-professional use, but I figure looking at the screen while typing would make me twice as fast I first started typing stuff on my mom's computer in 1998, and from pretty much the beginning I've at least used all my fingers and kept some rules like hitting the space bar with my thumb and the Enter with my pinkie, but that's pretty much it. The amount of typing I did daily radically expanded in college, where I started writing far more emails every day, and of course, typing up papers since they didn't accept anything handwritten any more. So now I've reached the point where I look sort of half at the keyboard, and half at the screen (my eyes flick from one to the other at a rate of between five and seven words every time, seamlessly). Sometimes, if I'm relaxed, I can keep my eyes on the screen for much longer, and as I realized I did this spontaneously, it kind of planted the idea that maybe I could learn to do that after all (before that realization, I used to believe what a teacher told me in 8th grade or thereabouts, that if you don't start out by typing without looking, you'd never learn to type 'properly' which would be a disaster). Trouble is, most methods tell you just how to learn it from scratch, rather than give you some ways to use what you already know to transition into the faster way of typing. Kinda like telling you you need to relearn how to ride a bike from scratch when you're just asking how to take both hands off the handlebars I don't need to get super fast, just a little faster than I am now. So I figured I'd ask y'all here 'cause there had to be people here who'd done this before me. So fire away!