We did more online shopping than ever before in December, and that might mean stacks and stacks of cardboard boxes are taking up space in the garage now.
Get rid of the boxes and help some folks with this win-win idea. Just fill them up with things you were going to donate to charity anyway, and the boxes ship for free. Here's how.
With more than 600 million pieces of mail processed every day, along with hundreds of millions of FedEx and UPS packages, there are bound to be delays. And it seems like there are more than ever this holiday season.
The fall foliage in New England makes all the magazines and postcards, and seems to be the gold standard for how the orange and brown leaves should really look like this time of year. Want some?
There's a company that will ship them to you. Because apparently they think they can "out-fall" our pretty trees here in Idaho. Really?
What should we send back from Idaho?