It seems like the only things we get in the mailbox now are bills and advertisements. You might say email has taken the place of hand-written letters, but it's really just pushed them aside. Most of us fill our emails with superficial phrases and requests for information, but we used to tell stories in letters. It's the difference between small talk and a stimulating conversation.
Can't even remember what it feels like to get a hand-written message in the mail? Start with a baby step. I've got a pile of postcards and stamps just waiting to be sent out. Click here and fill out your information, and I'll send you a hand-written postcard.
Due to postage costs, I can only send a limited number of international (outside the US) postcards. Otherwise, I'll keep sending them out until I run out of stamps.
Can't wait to hear from you!