Product Review: Send Out Cards With A Click Of A Mouse

Written by Sara Duggan

Product Review: Send out Cards Owner/Distributor Tricia Reviewed by: Sara Duggan

My first impression of this product was quite low. I am a distributor for a greeting card company so I am a bit of a critic.

However, Tricia was so kind and excited about her product both inrepparttar emails she sent me and onrepparttar 147396 phone. I allowed myself to review her product on a blank slate. She sent me a sample card with a 1 year membership card to "Send Out Cards".

After a quick 15 minute "training" session with Tricia about how to send out cards, add people to my address book, and add additional stamps and cards to my membership card, I was ready to send out my first card. My son's Birthday is coming up so he was my obvious first choice. I browsed through a number of cards and pickedrepparttar 147397 one I thought would make him laugh. I also added a personal greeting torepparttar 147398 left side ofrepparttar 147399 card just for him. Send out cards also has an optional add a picture torepparttar 147400 left side so if you have a new picture ofrepparttar 147401 grandkids to send, you can attach it fairly easily.

Tricia talked me throughrepparttar 147402 steps of my first card. I added my son's information, pickedrepparttar 147403 card, wrote my message, and then literally withrepparttar 147404 "click of a mouse"repparttar 147405 card was sent. It was printed out, stamped, and mailed and I didn't have to leave my home. I must say I really like this product. My son was thrilled to receive Mail, especially mail from his dear ole' Mom. Now whenrepparttar 147406 Christmas season comes around, I know exactly how I will "send out cards". Just add my list torepparttar 147407 address book, pick my Christmas Cards, and "Click" they will be mailed out and I didn't even have to battlerepparttar 147408 holiday crowds.

The thing with quality time

Written by Marsha Maung

Itís funny how people seem to think that they have spent quality time with their kids after work by bringing them out torepparttar mall for a lifeless and meaningless stroll only to come home with nothing more than a whole bunch of stuff that they (orrepparttar 147395 kids) donít need. In fact, time has been wasted because kids donít NEED you to bring them out torepparttar 147396 shopping mall to waste time. They want and NEED to be with you.

Itís really funny because I used to think taking my kids out for a very casual window-shopping trip was meaningful too until someone pointed out to me that my kids were STILL closer to someone else (their daycaregiver) when compared to me. I mean, what is it with kids, anyway? I take them out, donít I? I try my best to give them whatever they want. I buy them presents, donít I? They have more clothes than me, donít they?

But hereísrepparttar 147397 sad partÖ.thatís not quality time.

Quality time with your kids is just staying home with absolutely nothing to do, just lolling around onrepparttar 147398 carpet watching ĎBlueís Cluesí or ĎSesame Streetí together giving each other nonchalant kisses and exchanging hugs (and repeated reviews aboutrepparttar 147399 show). Spending quality time withrepparttar 147400 kids involve nothing more than just CONNECTING withrepparttar 147401 kids, not spending detached moments of dis-connectivity loitering through unfamiliar places. Itís about spending time connecting withrepparttar 147402 kids when you KNOW youíve GOT SOMETHING ELSE BETTER TO DO.

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