Postmark’d Studio: A Review

If there’s one thing I love more than cookies, it’s snail mail. In fact, here are six reasons why I still send snail mail (and why you should too)! While it’s easy enough to grab a piece of paper and send a handwritten letter, Postmark’d Studio is making it even easier for y’all! Spread the love during the ultimate season of giving . . . treat an old soul/stationery nerd to this monthly subscription box!

What is Postmark’d Studio? Postmark’d Studio is a stationery boutique that delivers a monthly subscription box to your door, featuring a curated collection of greeting cards and beautiful paper products!

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How much is a subscription? $25/mo. + $5.95 shipping/mo. BUT . . . they’re having some cool deals right now!

Enjoy FREE SHIPPING with your 1st-month subscription:
Code: RRFS
Promotion ends 11/30/17

Also . . .

Sign up for a 3-month subscription and get 1 month free!
Was $85.35/Now $56.90
Code: RR1FREE

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What will I actually get? Well, it’s a surprise each month . . .  but you’ll get a variety of cards, pens/pencils, and stamps! Everything you need to send some sunshine in the mail comes in this little box! This is what I received in the November box:

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Four lovely cards, a set of 5 postcards, 2 gel pens, 1 pencil, 5 letter stamps, and 5 postcard stamps. If you were to buy all of this at a stationery retailer like Paper Source or Papyrus, you’d certainly be paying more than $25.

Want to join the Snail Mail Revolution? Use this link and take advantage of the coupon codes above!

I hope you’ll join me in peppering mailboxes around the world with things other than bills and Chinese food menus!

Use your words to spread kindness and cheer, xo
Jackie

5 Tips When Visiting San Antonio

I recently ventured to San Antonio, TX for a military graduation in my family. We spent a few days there, so I was able to see what this city of nearly 1.5 million folks had to offer. If you’re looking to head to the land of the Alamo, here are a few recommendations for ya!

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5 Things I’ve Learned Since Giving up Meat

It’s now been a little over a year since I’ve given up meat and today happens to be World Vegetarian Day! Now, some may not consider me a vegetarian because I still eat seafood…so, I guess I’m really a pescatarian. No matter the title you wanna slap on me, I’ve learned a bunch this past year. If you’re considering giving up eating your four-legged friends, please keep on reading!

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A Traveler’s Dream: 13 Before 30

Ah, it’s my last day of being 25! It’s turned out to be a pretttttty cool year and I’ve gotten to travel to some new and exciting places!

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5 Unique Fall Destinations

The start of Autumn always evokes a certain sense of wanderlust in me.

The brilliant colors, crisp fall air, and abundance of hot chocolate warms my spirit, making me feel as though anything is possible.

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