In Clover magazine 

Slow Letters 

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"There's a special kind of intimacy in opening a letter from a friend. It's not just that it's tactile: the texture of the paper in your hand, the creases where first their fingers had pressed the letter into place and now your fingers trace over those same fold-lines, opening up stories and secrets... Signs of your friends are all over the page. In their choice of note-paper (potted succulents this time), the swirls of their handwriting, and the funny way they write the letter r." (A tribute to letter-writing, and a guideline to making mail-art that survives its journey through the post)


Tea & Tattle podcast 

The art of letter writing 

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"In today's episode, Naomi shares what first inspired her to start sending more letters, tips for writing notes that people will love to receive, what to collect for your letter-writing tool kit, and so much more. It's a brilliant episode for anyone interested in enjoying more small moments of calm and tapping in to their own creativity. Listen to learn more about creating beautiful mail art and living more mindfully."


A Bookish Baker blog

What's your Instagram story?

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"I am delighted this week to welcome Naomi Bulger to my blog as part of my new series of posts about the stories behind gorgeous Instagram accounts." 


Newstalk ZB "Total Recall"

THE LOST ART OF LETTER WRITING

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Radio hosts Sam Bloore and Jax van Buuren from 'Total Recall' on Newstalk ZB in New Zealand interview Naomi Bulger about the idea of writing letters in the post-digital age, and what we might have to gain from keeping this practise alive. 


Good magazine NZ

Penned with love

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"Handwritten letters have the power to become, over time, the blueprints of a person. Reading a letter from your childhood is like uncovering the architect’s plans for your now century-old house. You shake off the dust, carefully smooth the creases from the fragile paper, and as you read you can recreate, in your mind, the beginning. Likewise, rereading a letter from someone loved and lost can bring a piece of them back to life, knitting their thoughts, joys, hopes and challenges into flesh and bone with every silly story told, with every characteristic flourish of the letter ‘r’, or each ‘i’ dotted with a heart." (From Good Magazine NZ)


Creativity Magazine

Blog of the month

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Do-crafts blog

Meet the snail mail expert

"Those of you who have tucked into our jam-packed postal issue of Creativity magazine may have spied our delightful blog of the month, Naomi Loves. The inspirational site is run by Naomi Bulger, in amongst her busy life as a journalist, author, illustrator and mother. With a novella about snail mail under her sleeve, a plethora of beautiful mail art on her blog, and an upcoming book about the snail mail revolution, her passion for post is evident. We sat down to discuss crazy ides and writing letters..."


Oh Mabel Blog

The beauty of letter-writing

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"Naomi's special gift to this world is her love of letter writing and her oh-so-sweet artworks that adorn her 'snail mail' envelopes.  I received one of Naomi's handmade creations after seeing a very kind call out for recipients on Instagram and it took me DAYS to open as I put aside a little time each day to draw out only one element of her special package and to admire the care and attention in each detail.  Receiving such a heartfelt letter made me realise how special that personal connection is.  Especially in a day where communication is often quick and to the point..."


The Weekly Review

Mum's the word: Meet the Melbourne mummy bloggers making waves

"Naomi Bulger has blogged as Naomi Loves since 2011, but last year she decided to change her kids’ names online. 'Now they won’t have their own digital identity already set for them before they can do that for themselves.' These bloggers eschew the notion of the perfect modern mum, although Naomi says she is interested in sharing the good bits of parenting. 'The horror stories exist, of course, but people can forget to share the joy, the amazing astounding life-changing beauty of being a parent.'..."