THE AGE: Signed, sealed, delivered: New ways to send love from a distance

"These are weird times. Celebrations and catch-ups over tea have been replaced with FaceTime dates, but a variety of Australian business have blossomed, offering "mailable joy" in the form of curated gift hampers or subscription services.

"There’s this great power in taking the time to post something to someone, to just let them know that you’re there and that you care," says Relationships Australia's national executive officer, Nick Tebbey. "Whether we’re in the middle of a pandemic or not, it shows that someone is in your mind ... and that you’re there to support them."...

Melbourne-based Just Surprise Me celebrates local providores – including Melbourne Rooftop honey, Everleigh Bottling Co cocktails, and Bramble and Hedge nougat – in boxes starting at $33."

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Publications: The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald
Author: Riley Wilson
Date: September 2, 2020

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