Sometimes an email or a text just doesn't cut it, especially when saying "thank you". Yet as a generation, millennials rarely send/receive handwritten notes.
In 2016, I made it one of my goals to send my friends and family more snail mail. There's truly an unspoken message when you receive a personalized note. Margaret Shepherd outlines the "Art of a Handwritten Note" in her book by the same name. This quick read was passed down to me by a mentor in the nonprofit sector and I've (actually) used it again and again.
One big takeaway from Shepherd's book is quality stationery. So when I found Sara Fitz Studio I was over the moon. I couldn't love Sara Fitz's stationery more! The paper quality is among the best and her artwork is timeless (picture Nantucket in the summer and it checks off all the boxes).
Bottom line: any heartfelt thank you is a good thank you (paper and pen or even a quick text)
Stationery c/o Sara Fitz Studio
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