Leaving a place of work can be a sad occasion. It can be sad for you, your colleagues, and the job itself. However, as with all things, jobs occasionally come to an end. Whether you’ve found gainful employment elsewhere, been sacked, or laid off in some way, there are ways to make your last day of work memorable and light-hearted.

Before you turn in your badge, g-string, and bowtie, there are definitely a few things you could do to make your exit memorable. After all, the friends (or enemies) you’ve made at this job will likely feel a thing or two about your departure. So why not capitalise on that with a few parting gestures?

It’s never an easy time for parents to depart with their child who will move away for studies, especially when they’ve been around the house for long. Sending them to college is a milestone both for their lives away from home and you as their parent. This bittersweet moment can leave you speechless in fumbling for the right words to say, which is why greeting cards can make for an excellent prelude to your goodbyes. Greeting cards are great for both saying goodbyes and catching up with them in their new school environment.

Quitting a job can cause a whirlwind of emotions, and while it can be overwhelming, keeping your sense of professionalism intact even as you step out the door is crucial to maintaining a good relationship with your boss and co-workers.

Leaving without saying goodbye can backfire in the future, especially when collaborating with your former colleagues when the opportunity arises. It’s easy to cut corners, but spending your last effort on a heartfelt departure can do wonders for your reputation.

In life, one of the hardest parts about the human experience is the process of learning how to accept that a loved one is about to pass away, especially when it comes to writing to them. No matter who is about to meet their final days, the end of someone’s life signifies a time to devote much effort, understanding, support, and gratitude from their own family and friends.

While death may be an inevitable part of life, most, if not all cultures still haven’t been able to come up with a way to properly accept or be comfortable enough without being awkward. This certain stifling can grow even stronger when the bond between oneself and the person is even deeper than any other, which makes it even more difficult to express oneself.

When most people make greeting cards, thank you cards, and any other type of card, they focus on designing the front and the inside of it, leaving the back of the card blank and rather unimpressive compared to the rest. If you neglect to decorate the back part of the cards you make, you are missing a great opportunity to let people know more about you. If you don’t know how to decorate the back part of a card, here are a few ideas that you can use:

Is it time to say adios to your favourite colleague or cheerio to the work mate you never really got to know? We have a wide range of goodbye cards to help you express how you really feel about them moving on to pastures new.

Whether you’re happy about it or not our funny goodbye cards will leave them in no doubt about where they stand.