In February, we saw InCoWriMo, which stands for International Correspondence Writing Month (run by the organisers of NaNoWriMo – National Novel Writing Month). But that’s just the beginning. The start of April marked the start of the Write_On challenge. This challenge encourages you to write 30 letters in 30 days but since we’re already started, you could aim to write 12 – one of each of the remaining days. At the very least, aim to write one!
I particularly like that National Stationery Week, here in the UK, also falls in this month. Two major campaigns to get people writing more. I found out about the challenge last year, where I shared over 30 letters you could write, in case you didn’t know who to send them to. This year, I thought I would take a moment to share over 30 reasons why you should write in the first place.