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Sending a card, without any particular reason or occasion could perhaps be one of the nicest cards a person could ever receive. Especially during the age of social technology, where it can be so easy to send a text or instant message to another, without having to put much thought into our words.
Sending a card is a powerful method of reaching out, think about how many times an unexpected nice thing has happened to you - how did it make the rest of your day feel?
Messages of positivity offer a similar effect. When we give someone a compliment, we are spreading more than just kindness, we are giving them mini words of encouragement and positive affirmations to let them know they are appreciated just the way they are.
That’s why a card becomes a quintessential act of kindness, because there’s something so special about having that positive message in writing and when we engage in simple acts of kindness, we are also boosting our own mental and physical health.
Here at Clintons, we have compiled a list of inspirational messages to help you bring happiness to others.
So, get writing and who knows…your card might just end up being someone’s forever keepsake!
With the recent global pandemic and current lockdown we’re facing in 2021, it can be difficult staying positive for a lot of people. Everyone has their own personal struggle, whether it’s bereavement, job loss or mental health anxiety – we could all use little words of reassurance to let people know they are not alone.
You may just want to keep your greeting message simple - after all, a little says a lot! Just a small message will signal to your recipient you look forward to catching up soon.
There is no greater feeling than having friends in your life, who you may not see that often, but the moment you reconnect it feels like only yesterday. Let them know how much you value their friendship, whether it’s a simple compliment, or mapping out some future plans together.
With lockdown having us all feeling fed-up, we could all use a little laughter from time to time. Say it with humour or a cheeky message to lift your recipient’s spirits.
However you decide to write your card messages, the important thing is that we all stay connected whilst apart. As many of us have not been able to see our friends over the past year, sending a card helps to keep relationships strong and gives more meaning to the concept of “we are all in this together”
If this past year has taught us anything, it’s that we will never again take for granted the time we share with friends and family and how important it is to check in on loved ones who may be struggling during this time.
To quote the late Captain Sir Tom Moore “The sun will shine on you again and the clouds will go away”