Why You Should Purchase New Year’s Cards

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New Year, New You! Chances are you’ve probably heard this phrase uttered countless times throughout every month of January.  Often, it’s said in reference to improving oneself whether through increasing your physical activity, learning a skill, becoming a better friend or family member, etc.  It certainly is a worthwhile notion and one that should be taken seriously.  The turning of the calendar to a new year marks the passage of time, which serves to highlight the fact that time is finite.  Changes can’t be put off forever, and a new year can be the spark that ignites action.  Despite the positivity of this exercise, not everyone is quick to embrace the idea even though it truly is a benefit to us all.  For some, another year must feel like another chance to be disappointed, sad, or just another opportunity for more of the same unfulfilling ventures as last year.  It is these people who can use a little encouragement or a little push to open their eyes to the possibility that something better can be attained and that stagnation is not a guarantee.  This is a great reason why you should purchase New Year’s cards.

            New Year’s cards are by nature optimistic affairs.  It’s quite difficult to receive a New Year’s card and ignore its message of opportunity.  Sending a New Year’s card, especially to those who really need one, is a simple but resonant way to both wish happiness to others while at the same time prodding them to achieve more of that contentment for themselves.  That’s a pretty powerful duo, right?

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Veriton January 21, 2020 at 4:45 pm

I like this idea

Erica James January 22, 2020 at 10:05 am

I never thought of New Year’s cards. That would make you the first person to send cards in the year. Great idea.

Kara January 31, 2020 at 1:45 pm

The New Year cards are perfect for a procrastinator. Gives more time to prep instead of rushing with the other holiday madness.

CJ February 11, 2020 at 1:39 pm

Did that this year. A lot less stress with such an open deadline to mail.

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