Writing matters – National Stationary Week

Tomorrow sees the start of National Stationary week.

It is a week to remind everyone that writing matters but it is also a week to inspire you to put pen to paper.

With the technology we have now, less and less of us are actually using a pen and paper to write to a loved one or just to record our lives. Lots of us are turning to emails, social media and blogs.

I know I do.

So what can we do to change this?

Firstly go old school. Grab yourself a pen and paper and write.

You don’t have to write anything in particular, it could be a list, a letter or a diary. Just write what you want to.

I am always writing lists out for things to do and have about 4 notepads on the go at the same time!

Also encourage your children to write.

Kayleigh is a huge fan of writing, as well as little notes she has started to write her own book. I have let her write it as she wants, letting her imagination spill out on to the page and she loves it.

For more ideas on how to celebrate National Stationary Week why not head over to their site for inspiration and activities we can all do.

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