How To InCoWriMo in 2024

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It’s never too early to make your plan for International Correspondence Writing Month (InCoWriMo). While I’m not looking for additional writing pals, I do love sending and receiving mail so I participate in this annual challenge. And as a Leap Year, 2024 will have 29 days instead of 28. The challenge is to send a…

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InCoWriMo Calendar

February 2023 calendar page

This is the calendar I plan to use for my InCoWriMo 2023 mail. I decided to write the outgoing mail names in the calendar spaces and the incoming mail (InCoWriMo only) in the lined area on the left. For a successful InCoWriMo experience, it helps to plan ahead. Get your supplies. Start your list of…

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InCoWriMo 2023 is Year 10!

illustration of letter writing with an image just showing hands, pen, paper

Happy Times ahead! The month of February is InCoWriMo! What is InCoWriMo, you ask? International Correspondence Writing Month, of course. Their website says this is year 10! Happy Anniversary! This is the seventh time for me. To participate you can leave your mailing info in a comment (It will be published after being approved). Read…

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InCoWriMo Day 2

basket of stamped mail

Day 1 of InCoWriMo is complete.  Now on to Day 2. For the first day, I had selected a letter from my 2020 /21  basket of received letters from InCoWriMo and SendSomething.net (only on Facebook currently as a closed group). I have also put together a basket of note cards, stationery, and postcards that I…

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InCoWriMo 2022

illustration of girl running with letter to mailbox

  International Correspondence Writing Month (InCoWriMo) is February. I’ve had a few people reach out to ask if I’ve heard anything about the 2022. Here’s the website info I found: InCoWriMo Address Exchange 2022 I belong to the Facebook Group for InCoWriMo too.  One of the FB admins was creating a list of addresses to…

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InCoWriMo 2021 Recap

desk covered with mailed envelopes

In 2021 I received 21 letters from InCoWriMo writers. I started receiving them in January and they continued into early March. In some past years, I have not received a single letter, so this is quite impressive! Although in most years, I have received a couple. I attribute receiving more this year because of our…

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InCoWriMo Feb 2021 Update

I have been duly tracking what I send and receive for my participation in InCoWriMo 2021. I must say it’s my best year yet for receiving mail. Loads of fun stuff has come my way! I have received mail from 11 participants so far. I’ve responded to about half and have also been sending mail…

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InCoWriMo February 2021

B&W illustration of a collection of letters

Are you ready for InCoWriMo 2021? Every February people from around the world send mail to each other via this website. There are usually hundreds of participants leaving their name and address in the comment field hoping to connect with others through a one-time correspondence or, in some cases, regular correspondence. If you’re new to…

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InCoWriMo 2020 Update

Valentine's writing supplies, postagestamps, pen

This is how I spent Sunday February 8. Even though I would send Valentine cards anyway, I am still counting this towards writing a letter (card or postcard) every day with International Correspondence Writing Month (InCoWriMo). Valentine Cards Stickers A nice pen Postage Stamps Vintage postage

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InCoWriMo 2020

pen, ink, letter on wooden desk with mail slots

February is International Correspondence Writing Month. The challenge is to embrace letter writing by writing and sending a card, letter, or postcard every day for the month of February. You can create a list of people to send to or follow the recommendations of someone else’s challenge, such as the one featured on the Goulet…

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