Here’s the latest example of why it may make sense to shut off those social networks for a few hours and go back to a more “old-school” form of communication.
“I love the idea of making sure everyone has a Valentine and making the cards personal so we write them out by hand to everyone and hand address them and create new cards each year because we love what we do, we love the people we get the opportunity to work with and I thought these cards would bring a smile,” Hammerling told the Post.
Hey Brooke: where was PRNewser’s card?
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