Listen Up: A Compelling Case for the Handwritten Thank You Note
This week, Claire and Erica get totally inspired by Gina Hamadey, the mind behind the brilliant project Thank You Year. What is this undertaking exactly? It involves Gina, a freelance writer and editor (who previously worked at places like Oprah Magazine and Food & Wine), sending a thank you note for every day of the year. She’s got a lot to say about how the project has changed her life...and how it might do the same for yours.
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Read more about Thank You Year from someone who personally received one of her notes.
Gina writes most of her notes on these delightfully colorful cards from American Greetings, but she switches things up with this classic Florentine stationery when she’s feelin’ fancy.
If you need even more inspo to start thanking like a pro, check out this NYT article and A.J. Jacobs’s new book, Thanks A Thousand.
And speaking of fancy, Claire and Erica are wondering why Japanese toilets aren’t more popular in the U.S. given all the useful (and sometimes not-so-obvious) features.
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