Do you remember a time before cell phones and email when you actually penned notes to your friends when they came to your birthday party?
Or when your parents made you handwrite thank you notes for your teachers at the end of the school year?
Maybe thank you notes weren’t a part of your formative years, but now that you’re a semi-functioning young adult, invest in some stationery and invest some time in writing some handwritten thank you notes.
If you interview for an internship, a fellowship or a job, send a thank you note to your interviewer, especially if the interview went well.
Once the note arrives to your interviewer in the mail, you will be remembered for both your politeness and thoughtfulness.