The Napkin Notes Movement Grows

NNY native’s "Napkin Notes" are food for the soul

Glen Allen, VA, November 10, 2013 --( The Napkin Notes movement is picking up speed. Garth Callaghan officially started this in August of 2013, but has been writing Napkin Notes for almost a decade.

Garth became the primary lunch maker over time as his daughter progressed through elementary school. He would often include notes on the napkin. The notes were usually basic and included encouragement for the day.

Garth has now put his collection of Napkin Notes together in a Kindle Book, Napkin Notes: Make Lunch Meaningful.

“We only have a few times each day to connect with our kids, if we’re lucky,” says Garth. “For me, this creates an additional connection and might help show my daughter how to be a better person.”

Garth has recently been featured in the Richmond Times Dispatch, The Lowville Journal & Republican, The Watertown Daily Times, Deseret News, and The Watertown Daily Times says, “NNY native’s ‘Napkin Notes’ are food for the soul.”

“Rachel at Hands Free Mama has been a true inspiration for me. I am incredibly thankful that we connected and have started a friendship.” The Hands Free Mama blog really pushes parents to act on what matters most to the family.

About Napkin Notes Dad
Garth was fascinated by computers ever since he received his first one in fourth grade. After a day, he read through all the manuals and written programs, and announced to his parents that he was done. Obviously, he wasn't. His passion for computers and technology has only grown since that day, as well as his drive to help others achieve the very best experience from their technology.

As a father, Garth has developed a passion for writing Napkin Notes. He spends his early mornings finding the perfect quote to include in his daughter's lunch. Whether the quote is used to support a quiz, a big game, or just to show his love, his pen and napkin are always ready to convey the daily message.
W. Garth Callaghan