A Year’s Supply of Greeting Cards
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    “A Year’s Supply of Greeting Cards,” Ensign, Oct. 1979, 63

    A Year’s Supply of Greeting Cards

    Once each year a friend of mine buys all the birthday cards she’ll need for that year and stamps and addresses them. Then at the beginning of each month she pulls from her file the ones to be mailed that month, writes appropriate notes in them, and mails them. No more last-minute running to the store for cards, and no more forgotten birthdays! (The idea could be expanded to include seasonal cards—bought at discount prices after the holiday—as well as wedding, shower, get-well cards, etc.) Another facet of personal preparedness. Susan Turnbull, Portland, Oregon