But we took a few steps back to look at HOW everyday people buy and send their cards.
We studied the process inside and out. We started to notice common hurdles. And we discovered how procrastination sneaks in and throws us off.
Then we gave the entire system a makeover so you don't have to mess with any of that.
"I felt SUUUUPER on my game looking at a calendar and putting birthdays on it three months in advance. The girlfriend this week is definitely one I would want to send a card to but would tooootally drop the ball without buying it weeks ago!"
This process was extremely helpful for me. I get overwhelmed by too many choices in card aisles and typically just walk away thinking I will buy cards the next time, but guess what? I don't and then feel disappointed that I didn't follow through. Long note to say thank you! I look forward to your help on my card-writing adventure.
"I have found I'm being much more intentional & thoughtful in the card realm- looking for ways to celebrate others with meaningful words. Bravo and keep doing what you're doing! (I guess I should have written that in a card!)"
"Buying all my cards up front last year helped so much! I inevitably scramble for cards- and found myself doing so on the morning of my anniversary. I can’t tell you how proud of myself I was when I looked in my box and pulled out the perfect card (that I had hand picked months ago) for my husband."
“I just love sending cards and with the pandemic, your site feels like I am browsing in one of my favorite gift stores. I never knew I needed your store until I saw your site!”
What a treat to open a box that was thoughtfully wrapped in tissue paper. Extra touches like a postcard with a handwritten note made me feel special and like my order mattered. Everything in my order is beyond my expectations.
+ You love the feeling of sealing up a card full of handwritten love and sending it off on time. Ahhh... success!
+ Your procrastination has ever led to rushed, belated, or overlooked cards. (You're in great company here!)
+ You want to infuse more joy into life's "ordinary" tasks.