The Lost Art of Note Writing

The Lost Art of Note Writing

As the holiday season begins, it is a perfect time for reflection. Despite the tumultuous year we have had to navigate, we should inventory things for which we are grateful. Once done, we should express this gratitude, and there are multiple ways to do so. One, is...
Plan. Prepare. Succeed.

Plan. Prepare. Succeed.

Benjamin Franklin, was one of our Founding Fathers, a gifted polymath, first Postmaster General of the U.S., and an all-around clever guy who had a lot to say on a lot of things. As Postmaster General, we are pretty sure when he said, “By failing to prepare, you are...
In Solidarity

In Solidarity

Vitriol about the competency and capabilities of the U.S. Postal Service has been on the rise this election year.  There has been no shortage of accusation, speculations, and disparagement. Comments aimed to discredit the USPS flow freely.  On the other...
Postmaster General – USPS priority – election mail

Postmaster General – USPS priority – election mail

“The U.S. Postal Service’s number one priority between now and the November election is the secure, on-time delivery of the nation’s Election Mail. The Postal Service, our unions, and the more than 630,000 postal employees are united in delivering on this sacred...
Keep Calm. Sort On.

Keep Calm. Sort On.

Keep Calm.  Sort On. We all used to think mail was mundane business, until recently.  Nowadays, there is a steady stream of news about the US Postal Service and our mail.  And, the theme of the story is based upon which media outlet you subscribe...
Happy Labor Day

Happy Labor Day

We will be closed – September 7, 2020 Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions...