Sarah Stacey
January 2013
Daily Mail;1/19/2013, p55
Keeping in touch with loved ones who are lonely, unwell or do not live close by is hard when you're busy. Sending frequent postcards or taking snaps with an iPhone of things you are seeing or doing and emailing them with a one-liner are simple ways of staying connected.


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