Throughout your life, you will receive innumerable favors, gifts, congratulations and condolences. In exchange, you’ll be expected to reciprocate with thank you notes. This may be the modern world, but a text or Facebook message doesn’t cut it; a sincere, handwritten letter is in order.
When it comes to actually writing, you may find, despite your gratitude, that you have no idea what to say, and that no combination of words could do this deed or present justice. The contents of your note of course will vary based on who you’re thanking and what for, but any thank you should follow this basic formula. Any personal thank you, that is. Continue reading