Remember back just a short while ago when we would get mail that invited us to birthday parties? We would get save the dates for weddings. There would be a lot of gender reveals. Then last year hit and a lot of those things were shut down. Here we are and things are starting to open up.
Sometimes you just have a week. You know what I am talking about. You just need a good laugh. I got that this week and hopefully this can make you smile too. I am in no means complaining. To me it was just funny. My daughter blamed me saying my handwriting is bad.
Christmas time is here and the time to ship your packages to your loved ones is now. However, if you need to know when the deadlines are, here are the deadlines you have to follow from the USPS to ensure your package arrives on time to your loved ones for Christmas.
It's only nine days until Christmas! While it's exciting for those of us with presents already wrapped and sitting comfortably under the tree, it's overwhelming for everyone who needs to send gifts to far-away destinations.
Here are the deadlines for sending holiday packages...
You know "Video Killed the Radio Star", well email killed the post office. It seems that the U.S. Postal Service plans to make some drastic cuts and that includes something that could be an inconvenience to you.
They say neither snow, nor rain, sleet or hail can't stop the U.S. Post Office, but how about the possibility of bankruptcy?
Because so many people are sending letters through emails, texts and having packages shipped through other sources, the Postal Service is doing something that hasn't been done in over 40 years.
They will be making cuts to first-class mail delivery, which will do away with th
Netflix has been doing so much backpedaling lately, it’s surprising the company hasn’t adopted a bicycle for its logo.
In the most recent reversal, Netflix announced Monday that it’s scrapping a plan to split its streaming and DVD-by-mail services into two different companies and would instead keep both under the Netflix name. The abandoned idea would’ve seen the mailed DVD service take on the nam