A resignation letter can also help your boss and your company start the transition process, get a replacement for you approved, and start planning internally, etc. The paper trail is beneficial all around. So what should go into your letter? Let's look at some examples of what to do (and perhaps more importantly, what not to do).
Prepare for It. Your best option in this scenario is to accept it with dignity and make sure you're ready to leave the office for good when you turn in your resignation letter, whether that means gathering up your personal items or making sure you've collected the names and contact information for the teammates and clients you'd like to stay in touch with.