By Sarah Miller 12/1/2014
Many people choose Christmas as a time to reconnect with people they haven't spoken to all year, or for several years. That distance in time can sometimes make it hard to think of what to say. But, take heart, even experienced authors get writer's block. Writing a Christmas eCard message might come more easily with these tips.
If you’re not sure what to write, think about what you have in common with the person – family, sports or hobbies – and wish them more time to spend enjoying those things in the year ahead. If appropriate, express an interest in getting together with them to share a common interest or just catch up.
If you are reconnecting with someone you haven't seen in a while, think of happy memories of that person. What makes you think of them? What do you miss most about them? Think about a past happy experience with them and reminisce.
Christmas is a season of sharing and giving. Has the person given or shared anything with you that you are thankful for? Remembering past gifts or gestures, no matter how small, is always appreciated!
If you're still unsure what to write, CorpNote has many commonly used sayings to choose from in our Message Helper. You can use them as a starting point or in their entirety if you find the right sentiment.
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Sarah has been working with internet development since 1994. She has extensive experience in top-level project management and is in charge of CorpNote's website development and security. Sarah has a passion for anything related to the internet. She enjoys "solving puzzles" and creating web-based tools that help businesses run more efficiently.
Sarah's portfolio of production skills includes programming in several languages, database administration, interface design, eCommerce and search engine optimization. She began her career as a technical writer, graduating summa cum laude with a B.A. in English from The College of New Jersey. For 25 years her articles and technical manuals have been featured in print and on numerous websites. When not behind a computer, she can be found in her art room working with various media, digging in the dirt in her organic garden, or playing with her two rescue pups.
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