April is National Letter Writing Month. Unlike International Correspondence Month, you don’t have to write a letter every day. Nope. All you need to do is sit down and send out a letter to someone, sometime, this month. Read on for letter writing supplies, glimpses into the letter writing past, and why we need to
April showers may bring writing superpowers! Okay, maybe they won’t but you’ll still have a great time writing a story this month with the #writeastorychallenge. Not sure if you’re up to writing a story? No problem! Use the prompts for journal writing or free writing. Actually, all that’s required is that you have fun and
Emerson took the words right out of my pen. Or not. My words aren’t as eloquent.
Top o’ the mornin’ to you! Don’t let anyone tell you tales or fill your ears with blarney – this is definitely a great month for telling tales and captivating an audience with your eloquence. Let’s prove it this month with the #writeastorychallenge! Not sure if you’re up to writing a story? No problem! Use
Even before the tech inundation of email, text messaging, and the like, we enjoyed writing letters, posting them at the post box, and waiting anxiously for word back from the person we’d sent the letter to. When we did, it was like Christmas all over again! At least, I always have. Finding something to write