Easiest Way to Ship Packages

Gotta love those Post Office Lines - LOL

I don’t know anyone that looks forward to spending 30 minutes at the post office, especially with the hustle and bustle of the holidays.  Several years ago my sister-in-law shared her mailing secret with me and I’ve been using it every since!  Instead of going to the post office to mail packages, I use the United States Postal Service website www.usps.com. From this site I can pay the postage, print the label, and schedule a pick up of my package from my house (if I’m in a real hurry, after I print my postage paid label I’ll drop my package off in the package slot in the lobby of the post office – no lines so it’s a quick in-and-out.  This site does a lot more, but this is the primary part I use.
Kristin Tetlow Life Coch

It's totally a time saver

This will save you so much time – you’ll love it!
Things you’ll need:
  • A computer and printer
  • Regular paper or Shipping Labels (I use Avery #8126)
  • Clear packing tape
  • Measuring tape
  • Box or envelope
    • Use your own
    • Pick up free Priority Mail boxes and/or envelopes from your post office (some are flat rate and some you pay by weight/size)
  • Scale (I use my food scale)
Here are some basic instructions to help you get started.
To pay for postage and print a pre-paid mailing label:
  • click on Mail & Ship
  • click on Click-N-Ship
  • and follow the instructions from there
To  schedule a pick up:
  • click on Mail & Ship
  • click on Schedule a Pickup
  • and follow instructions from there
Just think of all the things you can do in the time you save not going to the Post Office!
Happy Shipping!

It is possible,


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