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3 pieces of information to include in your holiday letter

The most enjoyable aspect of this time of year is that we get to reconnect with friends and family, especially those loved ones who live far away. One of the best ways to do this is by crafting a holiday letter, a way for you to catch up everybody on the exciting things that have happened over the last year.

Crafting the perfect holiday card can seem like a daunting task, because you might not know what you should and should not include in it. Luckily, this blog post will delve into how you can put together the best possible card.

Here are a few tips for writing a holiday letter:

  • A family photo: While your writing will catch everybody up on your life, they will also be interested in how your family is growing and developing. Including a picture of the entire family with the letter will be a nice touch, as relatives and friends who are far away can see the changes in everybody from year to year.
  • Personalized greeting: Even though you will be writing this letter for a mass audience, you should still keep it as personal as possible. Attaching a handwritten greeting or personally signing each one will make them seem as if they come from the heart, instead of your computer.
  • Upbeat events: You want to keep the mood of the letter upbeat and light, because nobody wants to have their mood brought down around the holidays. Be sure to write about the positive things that have happened to your family—a vacation, a new pet, a graduation. This will keep everybody's attention and spirits high.

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