Most Prefer Old-Fashioned Holiday Cards Over Digital, Survey SaysA new survey out of Ireland shows 68 percent of people still want to get a handwritten Christmas card from family and friends.
4 Things To Know: BLM At MOA, Trump And Clinton, Mistletoe & MoreFrom Black Lives Matter demonstrating at Mall of America to holiday cards and mistletoe, here's a look at the four stories to know about for Wednesday, Dec. 22.
Rudolph, Wis. Post Office Preparing For Flurry Of Holiday PackagesUp to 20,000 people are expected to mail cards and presents from the small village of Rudolph Saturday. That's right, Rudolph -- just like the reindeer.
Good Question: Why Do We Send Holiday Cards?Every December, my husband Joe and I look forward to getting the mail. We're suckers for Christmas cards. We love the letters from the dogs, the sweet note from Grandma and the pictures of all the kids we haven't seen that year. "You don't get mail anymore, you just get emails, so to have something to open that's not a bill is just nice," said Joe.
Good Question: Is Internet Killing Xmas Cards?It's hard to picture Christmas without sending and receiving that giant pile of Christmas cards. But now that so many of us stay in touch with our friends online, is the internet killing the Christmas card?
DeBlog: Is The Internet Killing The Christmas Card?I got zero Christmas cards at my house yesterday. Zero. I've been getting a bunch this year (although most are of the photo card variety), but it seems like I'm getting fewer than I have in the past.