5 Expert Tips for Memorable Thank-You Notes

Thank-you cards should be handwritten to anyone who has given you a gift, whether or not you’ve already spoken to the giver personally. This winter-holiday roll call may be the longest you tackle all year.

How can you transform this correspondence from routine to inspiring? Holidash asked a few etiquette experts for tips on writing meaningful thank-you cards — plus advice on making the process enjoyable, not a thankless task.

1. Write thank-you cards sooner rather than later, but later is better than never.
2. Plump up your setting, then pace yourself.
3. Keep it short.
4. Keep it personal and specific.
5. Avoid overripe writing.

Read the full tips on Holidash

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