Let a Vintage Typewriter Inspire a New Chapter

With a new year, you’ve turned the page on a previous chapter. Where this story goes next is all up to you. Once you have determined the changes you plan to make this year, there is power in writing it down, in the declaration itself. What starts out as simple words on a page can spark something big. Celebrating the anything-is-possible blank page that each new year offers to each of us, is Vintage Write. It was Remington, the same company with its deep roots in the firearm industry, that created the first successful commercial typewriter back in 1873. The company’s earliest model, the Sholes and Glidden, launched the QWERTY keyboard design we all type and text on to this day. Another early

Take Advantage of the Power of a Fresh Start

There’s just something about a new fresh year: full of possibilities, and all. “Isn’t it nice to think that tomorrow is a new day with no mistakes in it yet?” – L.M. Montgomery Last year was a lot. How about we just leave it there. Face forward. A fresh year offers the opportunity to create something new and different, separate from whatever happened up until now. Enter the popular New Year’s resolution. Dating back some 4,000 years, the ancient Babylonians were the first to resolve to improve their lives at the start of a new year. Nowadays, about 45% of Americans make at least one New Year's resolution, some looking to change unwanted behaviors and others by committing to fulfill a persona

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