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

Iceland Revisited

I still don’t know why, exactly, but I do think people can have a spiritual connection to landscape, and I certainly did in Iceland. -Hannah Kent

A year ago today I was gearing up for a European adventure — and the first stop was Iceland! I arrived on Feb. 2, 2015 and I’ve reminisced about my time there every day since.

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Cheers to 2017

Wasn’t I just writing up my ‘Cheers to 2016‘ post?! Someone, please alert Father Time for he must’ve pressed fast forward or something. This time last year I was still temping around NYC, getting ready for a European adventure and learning to love, long-distance.

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