Season’s Greetings, done right.
We’re all excited to say goodbye to 2020, whether it’s in a holiday card or not. Just don’t get caught wishing someone “Happy New Year’s.”
Holiday cards can be trickier than they seem. Aside from wrangling your family for a sweet photo, finding a merry online template, and tracking down friends’ addresses, there’s grammar and etiquette to worry about.
Plus, this year, you want to get your cards in the mail sooner than later because the U.S. Postal Service is well, how should I say it? Busy. Really, really busy.
Here’s what you should know before sticking stamps on those envelopes:
Write the address in all capital letters
Addresses should be printed in all capital letters, according to the postal service. This helps ensure your cards arrive at the right home.
Miss or Ms. or Mrs.?
Miss is an unmarried woman or young girl under