I decided to to a wrap up of all the correspondence I sent out in February during InCorWriMo. I was 1 day late on my last outgoing mail but I am still counting it as a successful month. This was my first time participating in InCorWriMo and had such a good time. Only 2 letters sent were Canadian, the rest were USA or international. How did you do?
February is International Writing Correspondence Month or InCoWriMo. The idea is to write a letter, postcard, note or whatever for each day of the month - so this year that's 28 letters. I found out about this on the 1st and have been keeping up with it so far. I have sent out 9 items of correspondence so I am ahead of the game. This might be a good time to send a quick note to a friend, send a valentine, write a letter to your grandmother or even just say hi on a post it note.
There are lots of ideas on the InCoWriMo website even a list of people you can write to if you can't think of anyone. What about a thank you note to your mail carrier, or someone who's made your day special, even a random letter left on a windshield to brighten someone's day! It's fun and you can even win some prizes (check the InCoWriMo Instagram). You can check out the map to see which countries are participating and join in on the fun. This might be the perfect time to join Postcrossing as well. Hopefully this inspires you to get out some paper and your favourite pen and spread some cheer in an often cold and blah month :)
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