You don’t have to write a lot to encourage your recipient in a big way. It’s fine to keep your personal message short and sweet—especially when the card itself has already said quite a bit.
- “Best of luck at your race tomorrow! I’ll be thinking about you!”
- “Good luck today! I hope it helps to know you’ll be in my thoughts.”
- “Good luck and good wishes.”
- “All the luck in the world, all wished for you.”
- “Good luck, you! We’re all betting on you!”
- “Love and luck to you on your first day at work. Can’t wait to hear all about it!”
- “Sending good vibes to take with you to your treatment.”
- “I know how important this is for you. Hope you know how much I’m pulling for you!
- “Best wishes for a successful interview!”
- “Prayers and good thoughts coming your way. Good luck!”
- “May good fortune smile on you as you begin this new adventure.”
- “Go forth and conquer!”
- “Crossing my fingers for you! Go, go, go!”
Writing tip: Is it possible to overdo the enthusiasm in a good-luck message? If you’re writing to someone facing treatment for a serious illness or other difficult circumstance, then maybe so. But in general, don’t hold back on the energy…or the exclamation points!