Posted by: Amy at FreshlyOrganized.com | September 18, 2008

Belated Birthday Cards No More!!

j0399582 Are you good at remembering birthdays?  Do you always send a card on time.  How about a phone call the day of your friend’s birthday?  Between friends and family, it can sometimes be hard to be timely with all your birthday wishes.  That is why there are so many “belated” birthday cards out there.  Yes, even though I am a professional organizer, I’ve sent those cards.  The cards are nice and sometimes funny but along with those cards comes the guilt of not being organized enough to get the card out on time.  You know what I’m talking about.

It is time to do away with the guilt and get some help.  The help I’m talking about is www.birthdayalarm.com.  Have you heard of this site?  It is really cool, easy…and FREE.   www.birthdayalarm.com will e-mail you a birthday reminder for everyone on your list. You can set the timing of when you receive the reminder. I choose to get the reminders one week before a birthday, and then again one day prior. It is very easy to set up your account and they do not spam.  The site has an e-mail for you to copy and send to all your friends and family so they can enter their birthdays.  Also for your non-tech friends and family, you can manually enter birthdays.  The site also has free e-cards you can send if you want to save time and money.  If you still can’t get to it before the birthday, the site includes a few belated e-cards for you to send.  Did I mention that it is FREE.  Check it out and let me know what you think. 

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