National Handwriting Day - 2022-01-23
What is National Handwriting Day?
The Writing Instrument Manufacturers Association was formed in 1977. Their goal is to promote the consumption of pens, pencils, and writing paper. The association chose January 23rd as their day to celebrate because this is the birthday of John Hancock. John Hancock was the first person to sign the Declaration of Independence. Today’s society is filled with technology. We no longer have to send postcards or write letters, we can just text our friends in another country. Despite the growth of technology, handwriting is still important in our daily lives. In education and employment, it’s used more often than you might think. That’s why National Handwriting Day is growing in popularity each year. It celebrates the art of handwriting and allows us to take a step back from technology and realize how valuable a pen and paper can be.
When is National Handwriting Day?
National Handwriting Day is celebrated every year on January 23rd!
History of National Handwriting Day
National Handwriting Day was established by the Writing Instrument Manufacturers Association in 1977.
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