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Something I’ve always loved the idea of is getting postcards in the mail. You see it in movies all the time and I’ve always bought postcards everywhere I’ve visited. There is just something more personal about them than being tagged in a picture on social media.
Things are so different now! I’m more likely to send a quick text or post something silly on Facebook than to search through stores for postcards for everyone which just isn’t the same. That’s why I was so excited when I heard about Lettr.
Lettr is being called “the postcard of the 21st century.” It lets you stay in touch with your loved ones when you’re traveling the old fashioned way – but with a modern twist. Instead of buying a postcard and sending it through snail mail, all you need is your smart phone or a laptop. Take a picture, write a personalized message, sign, and send. Another benefit is that everyone will get your postcard in just a few days instead of possible weeks. You don’t even need to write down any addresses before you leave home. You can connect Lettr to your social media accounts and they’ll handle the rest.
I absolutely love this idea! I also think it’s great that each postcard can be unique and personal. That’s right, you can send a different card to each person or send the same one to everyone. It’s totally up to you! By using your own pictures, adding your signature, and creating a customized message, you have plenty of room to get creative. Plus, it’s kind of cool that the postcard will show which city and country it was sent from.
Are you planning on taking a trip anytime soon? If so, I’ve got a giveaway for all you readers! The first 10 people to click on this link will be able to send their first postcard free. That’s right so check them out now and start sending your postcards!