Send a Care Package in June!
Why revisiting your New Year’s resolutions in the summer is fun!
Our resolution, after over a year of staying in touch with our family and friends with Zoom, FaceTime, phone calls, text, and E-mail, was to rediscover a traditional way of reminding people that they’re loved: Mailing a care package of good food.
It goes back even further when we talked about creating new traditions, which got us thinking about how our families and friends historically stayed in touch. And that thread lead us down the rabbit hole of learning how our founding fathers believed that the postal service was so important, they wrote it into our Constitution.
We’ll save you some time: It’s because most countries recognized that mail was the primary method of staying in touch—the E-mail, Instagram, and Facebook of the 1700s.
Our New Year’s resolution was to start using the postal service to send monthly care packages to our family and friends.
New Year’s in the Summer
It’s shocking to think that the year is almost half over already. Many of those good intentions that we had early in the year have slipped away in the warm sunshine. Which makes the summer the perfect time to surprise your family and friends by mailing a care package–it’s fun and they really won’t be expecting it!
Good Food Matters
Why is food such an important way to say “I love you?”
The obvious answer is that it helps to sustain life. But it’s so much more.
Remember when our parents and grandparents took the time to make us a meal or even a snack? It included their love, homemade ingredients, a special trip to the market, a lot of time, and their personal seal of approval.
Being delicious was super important! But we subconsciously knew that the care they took was reassuring. Which are two reasons why we now consider those meals and snacks to be comfort food. That’s where Hector comes in. He makes food the way generations of his family made it in Mexico.
While there’s an endless list of reasons why it’s not possible for us to spend as much time today, we can still say “I love you” by mailing good food with our personal guarantee.
When you send a care package, don’t tell the recipient in advance. Let the postal system work its magic.
Yes, it’s slow compared to electronic communications.
But that’s part of the fun!
It’s because we all know that it takes a little more effort to accomplish, sending the gift of good food through the mail becomes extra special to the person receiving it.
If you don’t have time to create a full care package, try sending our salsa variety pack!
Good Life Naturals