All baby shower gifts must be acknowledged with a thank-you note, even if the honoree thanked the participants in person.
Parents, print out these thank-you cards for your kids, so they can have their very own fun way to say thanks!
It’s never wrong to send a written thank you, and people always appreciate getting “thanks” in writing. Why? Handwritten notes are warmer and more special than other forms of thank yous.
Up your thank-you note game with these tips from Lizzie Post! She explains why we still need handwritten thank-you notes, and who should get one and when. And, the all important part: What to say.
All our top questions about holiday cards and thank-yous. Plus, a short history of holiday cards.
“Mom, let’s write thank-you notes!” Sure, it sounds like a dream: your children running up to you and begging to write thank-you notes to their aunts, uncles, and cousin Pete. It could be a reality—if you cut out the obligation and play up the gratitude.
Sometimes it’s easy to write off a heartfelt thank-you note. Other times, writer’s block can set in—especially when you are staring down a large stack of them. Before you start, remember that thanking people needs to be about just that: expressing thanks.
As our world becomes increasingly digitalized and mobile, people seek faster, even immediate, forms of communication. The times have certainly changed and now it is easier than ever to get in touch; all it takes is a quick email or text message.