When Was The Last Time You Wrote A Letter?

 
 

The art of the handwritten note is dying.  According to a survey from Cunard, although more than a quarter of people have not received a handwritten letter in the past decade, 89% of those surveyed wished they got more letters. 

Other findings: 

  • 65% of those aged 25 to 34 hardly ever use a pen.

  • More than half of those surveyed said their handwriting had deteriorated because they so rarely put pen to paper.

  • About half of those surveyed said they sent a letter once every two years at most. 

  • 15% said they didn’t know the correct way to begin or end a letter.

  • 70% said they kept old letters.

Source: The Guardian

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