June 12, 2020

Hi, I'm Lindley!

I'm so happy you're here! Welcome to my travel blog. Here you'll find my whole life in little photo squares and neatly crafted blurbs, but don't be fooled, it's a lot messier than this. 

From seeing the Eiffel Tower at sunrise to almost getting kidnapped in Prague, you'll find it all. I've visited ten countries in the last year! If you're looking for travel inspiration, you've come to the right place.

Our First Christmas Card | Paperless Post 2018

Updated: Jul 25


GOD JUL


Are you allowed to send Christmas cards before the wedding? I don't know the rules. But I don't care because I love Christmas cards! And how could I not? This picture is just so festive. I have very fond memories of seeing family photos pour into my parent's home growing up in December. I believe this the first of many for Rasmus and I. And it might just be my first and last Christmas card as a Gallegos..


I chose to send our card virtually this year. 1) Because we are in Denmark and postage is outrageously expensive (to the tune of $5 to send a postcard to the US) and 2) because I like to think I'm saving some trees. We used Paperless Post. The interactive e-greeting is super fun, check out our card here!



Christmas cards are a great way to let your people know that you are thinking of them, and update them to what's happening in your world. As a millennial, virtual cards are so appealing!


Are you interested in using Paperless Post to make a card? Use my link, and you'll get 25 coins free to create your card!

GOD JUL!

(Merry Christmas in Danish)


#ChristmasCard #GodJul #Christmas2018 #PaperlessPost

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