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A letter is more than a means of communication. In this modern era of the quick text, the easy email, and the last-minute voicemail, a handwritten note stands out as a thoughtful and personal gesture. In this day and age, receiving a letter is in fact like receiving a gift. The recipient will recognize the time and thought that goes into putting pen to paper, and feel special for having received such a personal gesture.

Many of us haven’t sat down to write a letter since the day we discovered email. For this reason, many are calling letter writing a "lost art." We believe this to be far from the truth. A huge misconception is that letters are boring or antiquated because they necessarily must follow strict rules of formatting and function (rules which most of us forgot the day we graduated high school). This couldn’t be further from the truth. When you purchase your personal stationery and begin to write, you’ll realize that letter writing can be a fun, personal, and even inspirational experience that doesn’t have to follow any rules but your own.

Of course the best trick of the trade is to have plenty of quality stationery on hand, so you’ll be ready to write whenever an occasion presents itself.

Looking to get started?

The Friendly Letter – Getting started

The Anatomy of a Friendly Letter

Specific Letters – How to

How to Write a Friendly Letter

How to Write a Condolence Letter

How to Write an Apology Letter

How to Write a Love Letter

Teaching Children to Write Letters

Letter Writing – Commonly Used Abbreviations

RSVP (please reply)

ASAP (as soon as possible)

PS (postscript – for adding last-minute notes after your signature)

CC (carbon copy – for when you are sending the letter to more that one person)

ENC. (enclosure – indicating there are additional items in the envelope)

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