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Letters From Afar: Travel the World Through Letters

In this digital age, we don’t receive much snail mail anymore. Don’t get me wrong, texts and emails are wonderful and speedy, but they are not as enduring and lovely as a handwritten letter on pretty stationary that you can hold and keep forever. AND I TERRIBLY MISS IT!

Imagine the excitement I felt upon receiving my very first letter from Isabelle, a travel who writes about her adventures around the world.

What Are Letters from Afar?

Letters from Afar are beautifully, hand-crafted letters that are delivered to you via snail mail and it feature a different location each month. The letters contain thoroughly researched facts about the location, it’s inhabitants, history and geography that are incredibly engaging.

What’s Included?

You get two hand-crafted letters from different countries that are printed in recycled papers. You also get two stamps.

Old Fashioned Mail Still Has Meaning

When I was a kid, there was nothing more exciting than receiving mail. Birthdays would come around, and the family out of town would send cards and it was the best feeling. Someone took the time to actually: 1) buy a card, 2) write something nice and, 3) go somewhere to actually mail it!

How to Join the Journey

Head over to Letters from Afar, for $6 to receive a handcrafted letter in the mail each month.

Ideas for Using Letters from Afar

GIFT – I received mine as a gift from my boyfriend. He knew how much I missed traveling and decided to subscribe to Letters from Afar then had it delivered to my address. It is the perfect gift specially for travelers who are currently stuck at home due to travel restrictions.

A BEDTIME STORY FOR KIDS – Each letters were well-written and enjoyable.

INSPIRATION – I already have 8 letters and gives me idea on what to see and expect in each countries. Overall, I have a ton more items added to my bucket list.

START A STAMP COLLECTION – Each month you will be receiving two letters from different countries along with it are stamps.

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