Keeping track of what comes In and what goes Out in my letterbox has become a task. I think the elements we keep track of varies greatly from scribbler to scribbler. What I choose to document may not be of concern to someone else, and vise versa. On the whole I’m usually more detailed.
"I created a sort of Letter Log with the specifics that are important to me to remember."
I think any number of scribblers could be looking for a log to document their letter traffic. So I have simplified what I use and have provided it for you here.
Do note that the right and left sides are exactly the same except one thing. One starts with “Received” at the top for those who write to you first. The other stars with “Sent” at the top for those whom you write to first. Enjoy!
Hello, I’m Nina, the maven behind the
IQS blog. I’m all about creativity (ya think?).
I work in several disciplines. So it's no surprise that the Art of Letter Writing would come knocking on my door. Smitten!
However, I did not want to simply add MailArt as a discipline to my website. Thus it became the IQS Blog within my site. And that is why there are TWO navigation menus. *Here’s a Tip: stick with the BLOG Menu in this Column. The main site menu will lead you astray into dark places where you will be screaming for help and no one will hear you.
• More Love Letters
• Letter Writers
• A Month of Letters
• Post Card Exchange
• Snail Mail Ideas
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