New world . Old Tricks
Now that our watches are our phones, and desk-top computers and their friend the printer are being used less and less, I’d like to make a case for keeping the printer.
I had a relocations’ final move the other day going about 240 miles with an almost next day delivery (which most people like). The Client received a phone and e-mail confirmation of an 8am sharp delivery. Now, when anyone moves, they get a little “Brain Blur” from the hundreds of activities needed to be complete before this final day can come. Sometimes just seeing an important date/time 2 fleeting times is not enough. Mover is at destination and Client is 5 hours away.
I recommend printing any important TODO dates and as a reminder placing the reminder somewhere where you will see it a few times like the fridge or at the front door. You can also just make sure it is in Outlook several times or set your phone alarm to the time you will have to leave for the appointment. It is cave-man planning but it works. Do this because there IS just too much going on during a relocation to remember everything.
All turned out well for the moving Client as they were able to have a relative meet the truck however it could have been very costly to them if the mover had to wait a long time.
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