Giving and sending Christmas cards sounds like a bit of an outdated thing to do in a world of instant messaging and social media. You might even remember the days of ecards that were sent via email. After all, why go through sending a physical card through the post when it’s so convenient to send your holiday greetings online?
Although there may not appear to be any practical sense in it, the sentimental value is different when you receive a card. It’s tangible proof that someone took time out of their day to pick one out, write in it, and mail it to you. If that doesn’t show that they care for you, especially during the holidays, then what will?
Sending cards out to your loved ones will make their Christmas a little brighter. While it’s quite straightforward, there’s still some etiquette you should follow when writing and sending your cards to make sure they are well-received.