This pandemic has affected us all in one way or another. For me, I feel as though it has made me want to reach out to my loved ones a lot more often. A simple check in with them from time to time just to let them know that I'm still here if they need me. Sometimes, I simply enjoy writing to them. I don't know about you guys, but ever since I was younger I've always felt that there's nothing more meaningful or more personal than a handwritten note. I'm talking about a thank you note, a thinking about you letter, a birthday wish, an I miss you letter, a congratulations message, an engagement announcement, a letter to a pen pal, etc. I'm sure you get the idea. I remember back when I was in school I used to write a ton of notes and letters to my friends and family all the time. In fact, I still have a big box in my closet stuffed with several of the ones that meant the most to me. I like to take them out and look at them from time to time. They're filled with so many good memories that I never want to forget.
When I first started writing these letters, this was well before everyone was sending text messages and emails. Those types of things weren't really popular until I got a bit older. And you know what? Even after this technology has become so much more well-known, I still prefer to do things the old fashioned way. I can't see myself printing out every memorable text message and as far as emails go, although they may be written by someone I know, a printout of that still doesn't have the same feel as something handwritten. It feels so generic and informal to me. Now, honestly today, when someone gives me a handwritten card, I truly appreciate it. I say this because not many people seem to take the time to do it anymore. Some people rarely even have an actual pen or pencil in between their fingers these days! Lots of people dread such an idea. Well, would you believe me if I told you that there is actually a way to still create those heartfelt handwritten messages and letters without you having to literally touch a pen or a pencil?
There sure is.
You can type up exactly what you want and special robotic technology will make it look completely handwritten. That's because those machines are using an actual pen to write everything out. You can choose the style, size, and pretty stationery to have it written on. Then, if you want to, you can also add in some graphics, logos, and more. Still not personal enough? No problem. You can use your own handwriting and signature, and have them make a replica of it so that the letter looks just like you wrote it yourself. That truly blows me away. Then, you can send handwritten card online. This is perfect if you want to send something more personal, but maybe your hand tires easily, you have carpal tunnel or arthritis, you have a disability that makes it impossible for you to write, or maybe you don't have the time to write it all out yourself. This service can also be used for work purposes, to send out important messages to clients, for special occasions, or just because. The other really amazing feature is that you can make a single default prewritten note or card and then submit it to multiple people. Talk about convenient! Imagine all the time that you will save by not having to hand write each one. I think that you will definitely impress a lot of people after they receive your letters, messages, or notes this way.