Studied Political Science at Duquesne University.
Highest Honors Graduate in Fitness and Nutrition from Stratford Career Institute.
Self-Taught Make-Up Artist.
Loves Her Loved Ones.
Published September 12th 2020
When was the last time you wrote a snail mail letter
With modern technology, email, Facebook, Messenger, Twitter, Skype, Zoom, etc. have taken the place of good ol' fashion letter writing. Where has the traditional greeting card and stationery gone? What has happened to our real friends due to this?
I have been thinking this morning about the subject of penpals. However, not those online types, but good ol' fashion snail mail penpals. When I was in elementary school, I had a penpal named Mike Fisher of Zwingle, Iowa. I am always curious about whatever happend to him. I have searched online, but have had no success.
You can share little bits about one's culture, such as their language, their food, their city, their family, their hobbies, etc.
The following YouTube video gives you ways of being safe while being a snail mail penpal - Snail Mail Safety Reminders. Remember, as the video states, if you feel uncomfortable, end that account. You do not owe the person.
Sign Up For Your Chosen Penpals
Then, to get you started on your penpal journey, here are some websites to create snail mail accounts. Simply create an account and write!
If you ever took a foreign language in school, here is your chance to put it to good use. Maybe if you become fluent, you could tutor adults and/or children. Furthermore, I think exchanging gifts would be neat, such as gifts that are created from where you live.