Don't forget to address the envelope :)
I thought the same thing :D
Ooops! You're right, I must add instrucctions for the address. Thanks!
I usually also take a photo of each letter/card I send. :)
Me too (usually). But this part is just for snail mail addicts. Maybe can I add a question: "Are you a mail addict?" If yes...:D
I do that too anna m.The question is how long do you wait until you presume it is either lost or other, and what to do then - contact or send a small note asking? I've just had a pen pal ask if I received a letter, which I haven't yet, so mail can go missing :(
You're right: that's THE question. I have received letters five months after sending (so both the sender and I, obviously, thought they were lost. Some days ago I received a postcard... after one year! (I am going to publish it soon here).
I was missing the address-part-of-the-process, too :-) And maybe add 'write the sender's address', too? Otherwise it increases the risk that you'll be waiting in vain for a reply :-)And I eould draw a line, via the left, from the box 'post the letter' upwards to the start again: real snail mail addicts start to write a new letter (maybe to an other recipient, but they won't wait for one's answer before they repeat the whole process, don't you think so? :-)Maybe add: close the envelope? (
The address and closing the envelope are very important steps... How could I forget them? ;)That is supposed to describe the process for "normal people" and not "mail addicts". But maybe everybody who sends letters nowadays is sort of mail addict. So, as I wrote to Anna, maybe I should add a question: "Are you a mail addict?" If yes... :D
(And you can add the additional option, to personalize the envelope by adding... (drawings, stoickers, washi tape etc)).Forgot to say that I love your flow chart!!An other option could be a line downward, from 'post the letter', to some text like 'procedure passed/fulfilled succesfully' or 'mission accomplished', in case it should not only be a closed loop like it is now. But that depends on the order you got.
And also: "Are you a mail artist?". If yes...Thanks for your suggestions, Heleen! Very useful. I'm going to draw a more complicated version of the flow chart :)
Thank you for coming. All your comments make me extremely happy.