Over the years I've used the traditional Palmer method for writing different things. However I often developed confusion when trying to integrate this with mathematical formulas and other technical stuff.
During my high school, my writing was a mess, and not good looking. I ended up mixing my cursive with some Vereinfachte Ausgangsschrift, as I attended a German school for some time. I stayed with this method well into my university years but this didn't help me to improve my cursive.
I understand iampeth offers lessons in how to write, but it's too ornate and not functional enough for the intended use which I have in mind.
Is there some reference which I could try? It doesn't matter if is for children. I don't intend to use any sophisticated instrument such as special nibs or anything, just something which can be used with all-purpose writing tool such a pencil, ball point pen or a fountain pen (which I use from time to time). Can someone help me with this?. It would help me to have something which has steps or guides.
I think the style at which I'm aiming is something similar to Palmer (and not too soft or too rounded such as Zaner Bloser or D'Nealian).