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Handwritten Letters

My Treasured Letters and the Letters of the Saints

Miriam Diaz-Gilbert | Posted 05.26.2016 | Healthy Living
Miriam Diaz-Gilbert

With the advent of the Internet and email, the art of letter writing has suffered in the 21st century.

This Stunning Stationery Will Give You A Reason To Send Some Mail

The Huffington Post | Julee Wilson | Posted 07.02.2015 | HuffPost Home

Photo credit: Rootytootoot/Flickr The fine yet dying art of letterpress shouldn't just be reserved for wedding invitations and baby announcements....

The Power of Keeping It Personal

Eric Ludwig | Posted 06.15.2016 | Healthy Living
Eric Ludwig

Technology has made it so easy to reach so many people in such a short period of time which is an amazing business tool and a way to keep tabs on a great number of people, but we're turning away from the personal touch. Facebook, Twitter, and E-mail are convenient ways to keep in touch with coworkers, friends, and colleagues but they often fail to make or develop deep connections.

If You've Been Meaning To Write An Actual Letter, Now Is The Time To Do It

The Huffington Post | Jessica Cumberbatch Anderson | Posted 11.11.2014 | HuffPost Home

No matter how cute the stationery, bringing back actual letter writing can be a hard sell. There's remembering how to actually write legibly, for star...

The Best Graduation Present to Give Your Classmates

Maureen Anderson | Posted 07.01.2014 | Parents
Maureen Anderson

Quick. Your apartment or your house just caught fire. Besides your phone and whatever computer drives you can stuff into a pocket -- especially those filled with photos -- what do you grab on your way out the door?

Where Have All the Letters Gone?

Diana M. Raab | Posted 08.10.2013 | Fifty
Diana M. Raab

Perhaps the most satisfying aspect of letter writing is the opportunity to communicate exactly what is on your mind and what a joy that brings to the sender and the receiver.

People Lie More In E-mails Than Handwritten Letters, Study Says | By Amar Toor — Apr 24th 2010 at 10:30AM | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology

A study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology finds that people lie 50-percent more via e-mail than they do with handwritten letters. Althoug...