A handwritten thank you note demonstrates a certain level of elegance, which stands out more in today’s culture than one of the 100 emails we each get each day.
Thank you notes make a big impression and people always enjoy getting a little “thank you” in the mail. Don’t you like opening the mailbox to see that you have a note or invitation that isn’t a bill?
Thank you notes promote positivity, and you can send them to anyone to say thanks for something. You can buy cards at your local grocery store or drug store, but I prefer a personalized touch.
Here is a website, Overflow, that has cute and classy personalized thank you cards…and everything ships in 2 days.