Do you have your Christmas cards ready to go? Did you say “I’m for sure sending Xmas cards next year!” in the December of 2015? I think I heard that claim mentioned in our house last year, but I’m not revealing any names (it may or may not be me).
According to Shutterfly, if you want your recipients to have enough time to enjoy your family’s cheer before the holiday frenzy, start your Christmas card mailing process 3 weeks in advance of Christmas day.
Family and friends are usually overloaded with cards and gifts the week of Christmas so it’s always a smart idea to avoid the “Christmas Card Rush” and make sure your cards get there early, says Shutterfly.com
Here’s the next question: is your family’s holiday card going to be some sweet pics from last years vacation or are you gonna write that long “brag-note?” BTW, I think that’s what Facebook has kind of become. I actually know someone who humble-brags 24/7 on Facebook AND she sends out that grotesque year end letter (chalked full of personal achievements) as well! She’s not a close friend, but I always wonder if her friends ever roll their eyes on some of that behavior.