We write emails, texts and social posts on the daily. When was the last time you pulled out a card or stationary and penned a letter to a co-worker, friend or loved one? If you can’t answer recently, I suggest you give it a go. Writing a personal note to someone can give your mood a boost.
I write cards for celebrations, just because, appreciation or to say thank you. Professionally, I generally stick to thank you cards. People know handwritten notes takes extra effort – so your action doesn’t go unnoticed. I delete emails and texts, but many times I hold on to handwritten notes.
Pro Tip: Send a handwritten thank you card after your next interview.
- Lovepop. See how cool their cards are!!!
- Papyrus – They have a card for every occasion. About 95% of the cards I use are from their brand.
- Note Cards – I think these types of cards are classic. Check out the first picture in the blog. I’m on the search for the perfect note card for Breaking Glass – Girl on the Rise. Suggestions? Let me know!
- If you’re feeling crafty I challenge you to make your own. It makes a BIG impact and is so fun to watch the recipient open it.