Wednesday February 27, 2013
Electronic vs Paper When is it Okay to Send an Online Invitation?
An invitation serves one primary purpose: to lure the recipient to an event. These might include a business lunch, birthday party, board meeting, friendly brunch, or other sort of bash. Inviting guests is achieved through a variety of factors, including a snappy design, catchy message and appropriate details. But before your well-produced invitation can deliver invitees to your doorstep, you’ve got to deliver the message. How you send your call for guests may just determine your event’s success. In today’s technological world, the email invitation has become an inexpensive, easy-to-deliver, design-friendly, go-to greeting for both businesses and individuals. If used incorrectly, electronic invites can get lost in the inbox, mistaken for spam, deleted, or simply go unseen and, ultimately, lose their value (There’s nothing more frustrating than spending time and energy on party preparations only to have no one show up). So when should you hit send and when should you hit the post office? Here are a few guidelines
Friday June 22, 2012
Recently my husband found out that he needs to be on a semi-gluten free diet. So with his birthday coming up in August, I thought I would search for a recipe, now he loves chocolate ! I can take it or leave it. Last year I made him a chocolate cream pie from scratch.
This year I'll try the below recipe.
Tuesday June 12, 2012
Happy deathday? You're more likely to die on your birthday
By Cari Nierenberg
Besides the cards, cake, candles, and gifts, there might be one more unexpected surprise in store for you on your birthday -- a higher risk of dying.
A new study suggests that men and women are 14 percent more likely to die on
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