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Published in Woman's World
Written by Linda DiProperzio
December 13 2005 issue
Page 22

I'm really busy this year and don't have time to send out holiday cards. Is a mass e-mail or an e-card wishing everyone well too impersonal? --Audrey, Rosedale, NY

 Expert advice from Cindy Grosso, founder of the Charleston School of Etiquette

 Yes! The etiquette rule is that holiday cards are sent only to those to people to whom you do not give a gift, making the card their gift in a sense. So, an email blast could give the impression that you didn't care enough and with spam filters, they might not even receive it. When someone takes the time to write even a short note in a mailed card, it means a lot

 


Author: Linda DiProperzio

Source: Woman's World Magazine

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