In the modern era, email and texts rule the day, with Twitter and other social media coming up hot on their heels.
Email I am guilty of pushing snail mail on you just about every other blog post.
But you know how when you discover something really great, you want to tell everyone about it? For lack of a better adjective, letters are special. When I open my mailbox and see a hand-written letter, my feelings go from exhilaration to curiosity and plane off at happiness.
After I read the letter and write back, I put the letter in a binder to keep forever. People love letters so much that this creative entrepreneur makes her living selling them!
My cousin, Sophia, clearly has a solid understanding of this concept. The first line in her letter from below — she would have been about 12 years old — reads: My friend Morgan is the master of sending short, sweet postcards.
When I receive those postcards, the message I get is: Sending snail mail is a great excuse to send out a little work of art. The photo below, believe it or not, is of the envelope containing our rent check.
Finally, a couple of months ago, I decided spending time on the rent check envelope was pointless, and I sent a plain, hastily scribbled envelope. I received an email from the property management company letting me know that they noticed, and that the calligraphed envelopes make their day so please continue to send those.
Writing letters can express ideas through materials. This would be very difficult to achieve in an email. The Lisa Frank stationery is top-notch, and it is complemented by her verbiage: But this letter still makes me laugh with its ridiculous, playful prattle and colorful sea creatures.
Could you Skype with someone across the globe right now, if you wanted to? The novelty of international communication is wearing off by the second. But, for me, receiving something from a country other than my own is charming.
I love seeing the different stamps and stationery. The main reason I write letters is it preserves my friendships. You have to be thinking: Not only that, but my friends and I are able to keep in touch really well despite leading completely different lives in completely different cities.
Contrast this with email, where I have a hard time being consistent because of the constant deluge of distracting stuff that makes its way into my inbox.Please accept this letter as my formal resignation from my position as Veterinary Technician with New Parkland Veterinary Clinic.
I will be leaving my position due to personal reasons, and my last day of work will be in two weeks, September 29, Write a Letter - Child sponsorship is not about the money you give; it's about the life you're investing in and the relationship you build to do so.
When you write a letter to your sponsored child, you are helping create future dreams and possibilities. Letter for Recommendation for a company Two specific types of letters of kaja-net.com of recommendation to the new employee by the previous employer and a letter to recommend a company.
Jan 31, · Train supervisors to be careful when writing up employees for disciplinary reasons. That’s because how they document discipline issues can cause problems if an employee files a lawsuit. How to Write Clear and Professional Emails. by David The average person using email for business receives and sends over emails a day, according to a report published by the Radicati Group.
If I had more time, I would have written you a shorter letter. In other words, writing short emails can be harder work than writing long emails. A list of ten reasons you should write more handwritten letters explaining how handwritten letters can benefit both the sender and the recipient.