you will be learning forever. your lucky for your progress. it took me a about a month or so even to understand the zen of loopingwith my right hand, but i still lack real real consistency. more the more I understood looping with my right hand, the more the left hand followed suit, but in a more stupid, dumb little brother kinda way. like if you can write with your right hand, you can pull off writing with your left, if you have gorgeous right handwriting, then your left handwriting will most likely be better because your brain has really captured the movement of proper design, so your left hand has a better foundation. which is cool
no matter how much you use your right hand, your left hand will always learn something, but to really balance things out, cut your right hand off. not literally, of course, take it out of the equation, unless your perfectly ambidextrous, your left hand will be developed differently, different muscle have different developed muscles and muscle memories, dexterity pinpoints. little things change how things work. if you play CS, your first three fingers will have some beefy dexterity and muscle. if you play super nintendo emulators and use the usual design, your right hand will have the development and only two fingers have strenuous use.
what the heck am i talking about? use your left hand more, its satisfying to work through and make a full balance, thats it.