Unwanted Christmas Mail – the curse of the free folding calendar

The first promotional mailings for Christmas shopping started to appear in mid-October, and the first cards from traders hoping for my continued trade in 2018 came through in mid-late November. Fortunately e-mails have reduced the “round robin” Christmas letters that were once crafted in kitchens, dining rooms and sitting rooms across the known world, to a trickle, letters that were the fruits of perspiration, family “editorial” meetings, and a trip to some reprographics facility, or maybe cheekily running them off through the photocopier at work. Continue reading “Unwanted Christmas Mail – the curse of the free folding calendar”