Snail mail makes me happy. Since I was a child, receiving correspondence was the highlight of my day. I love receiving packages, letters—even if they’re ads—, and postcards. I love postcards, especially carefully written and decorated postcards with beautiful images and stamps. When I learned about Postcrossing, I knew I had to give it a try.
I’ve been on Postcrossing for six years, even though I deactivated my account for most of that time. Postcrossing is a website where you can exchange postcards with random people. Recently I activated it again, and I’m loving it. The trick is to take it easy, and send the postcards gradually, not immediately. That way you don’t waste so much money on stamps and postcards. I learnt this the hard way. In the end you will receive the number of postcards you’ve send that are registered by the recipient. To this day, my postcards have traveled 378,678 miles. Isn’t that exciting?! Continue reading