Happy New Year! If you visited our blog last year, you might have noticed that while we love social media and “newer” forms of communications, we have a strong appreciation for traditional communications, as well. We especially love when we can build a client campaign that blends social and traditional communications.
We began blogging about Myrtle’s postcards because we love this old-fashioned form of correspondence, and we like to draw the comparison to Twitter. Since postcards don’t allow for much space, we like to call them the original Twitter.
For today’s Myrtle Monday and the first of the New Year, we share a postcard that comes from Upper Canada Village. We chose this one because it features a place that is all about a more simple time, and we think a new year is the best time to think about how to simplify your life. Is it a better organizational system for your files in the office? Clearing your closet of clothes you never wear? Maybe it’s a shift in your business to specialize or focus more time on fewer clients. Whatever it is, we hope the end result looks something like this photo… what could be better than fresh eggs, a table of vegetables and someone to put blooming flowers in your vases? Happy New Year, everyone!