Mental health is so important to take care of no matter who you are. As a student, business owner and a person who struggles with overthinking, perfectionism and anxiety, it is essential for me to take care of my mind, body and emotions. Do you know someone like that? Often times, we forget to take care of ourselves. Give them a reminder by gifting them something in my gift guide! Featuring Divine Remedy Healing, The Gem Next Door, Earth Appeal, Jemstone Destiny and Thoughtfully Handmade (that’s me!), this gift guide is all about mental health. All of these Canadian businesses have amazing products to help manage your friend's mental wellbeing. Be a caring friend and continue reading!
You’ve seen my posts about giving a handmade card on Instagram. You’ve read my Thoughtfully Gifted blog post series. But if you’re not in the habit of sending letters or giving cards, you might be wondering why you should do it. Are there any benefits to mailing a handmade card? Of course, there is! So, in no particular order, here are 3 reasons why you should give a handmade card.
Fewer and fewer people give handwritten letters and notes. That is such a sad fact! Anything handwritten has always felt more genuine and caring than anything typed. Imagine getting a thoughtful email or text. Nice, right? Now imagine receiving a handmade card with a handwritten message inside. You feel appreciated, special and your heart warms up. Don’t you want that same effect for your recipients? Business owners, take note: sending a handwritten thank you card to your clients does wonders for your business! However, it’s hard to translate all of those thoughts into words. I get it- we aren’t used to writing our thoughts out in an eloquent way. That’s why today, my blog post features 3 surefire ways to write a...
So, as you may have heard, Thoughtfully Handmade has teamed up with Seniors With Skills to spread positivity. Ten cents from each and every card or bookmark sold will be going towards their operational costs! Without further ado, here is Jaya, the founder of Seniors With Skills to explain exactly what they are all about.