The Art of Sending a Card

Part I.  Organize Your Greeting Card Station

Somewhere in your home is a special chair, desk or sitting area that you use at least once a day.  To prepare for your regular practice of sending good cheer to others on a regular basis, you first need to organize your Greeting Card Box.

Greeting Card Box

  1. Different colored pens
  2. Special postage stamps – keep a variety for different occasions
  3. Stickers and envelope seals
  4. Healthy array of special greeting cards
  5. Your special lists, i.e., Christmas card, office directory, etc.
  6. Your top 10 List of favorite quotes, phrases, jokes, stories to share.

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Get in the habit of at least once a week, pulling out your Greeting Card Box and sending at least one person a special note.  Check back for Part II Your Top 10 Lists of Things to Say.  Sending someone a card will raise their spirits and yours too.

From your friends at Easton Publishing.  Make it a great day!!

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