Monthly Archives: February 2013

Ten Ways Letter Writing Improves You as a Person – Part 2

Yourself Letter writing lets you be yourself. It gives you an outlet to express who you are. Choose a style, color, and font for your stationery that reflects you. Using this stationery will say more about you than plain old … Continue reading

Ten Ways Letter Writing Improves You as a Person – Part 1

Did you know that as a society we appreciate the effort and consideration that are put in to handwritten notes? When you drop a note in the mail it does more than make someone else’s day, even though that should … Continue reading

How Writing Can Improve Mood and Mental Health Part 2

Negative emotions can have a serious impact on your mental as well as physical and spiritual health. A psychological benefit of writing is that you can purge these negative emotions from your mind and thereby reduce their toxicity and impact … Continue reading

How Writing Can Improve Mood and Mental Health Part 1

There are numerous health benefits of writing in personal, business, academic, and other aspects in life. However, before exploring some of the ways writing can improve your mood and mental health, briefly consider the mechanics of the brain and mind … Continue reading

Retirement Party – Part 2

Once you have gotten the specific date, location and invitation in place you can start plotting out the rest of your bash! When deciding on the theme of your party you should consider what job they are leaving behind with … Continue reading

Retirement Party – Part 1

Retiring could be compared to what we used to feel at the beginning of our summer, Christmas or spring breaks from school, that great feeling of elation and freedom from the burdens of studying, home work, and tests. It was … Continue reading

Personalized Kids Gifts – Part 2

Another gift option is a door hanger. Both economical and fun, our door hangers allow your boy or girl to stake claim to their territory in a special way. Constructed of heavy duty plastic, your personalization is accented by baseballs … Continue reading

Personalized Kids Gifts – Part 1

Seeing your name in print might be common place for adults, amongst all the mail, bills, and name placards on your desk or at the office. But to a child, personalized items are new, exciting, and make an everyday item … Continue reading

Writing a Love Letter – Part 2

Writing Start your letter with terms of endearment. “Dear Jane” is not the lead in for a monumental Love Letter. Consider using a pet name, or simply phrasing it “My sweetest Jane”. As with any letter, you will want to … Continue reading

Writing a Love Letter – Part 3

Sending Fold your letter in half. Place the crease at the bottom and the salutation facing the back of the envelope. You may want to place a flower petal or pressed rose in the letter, or perhaps a picture or … Continue reading