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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoopuf View Post
    I use moonpig.com for my birthday cards. I've got all my close family and friends set up in there, so I get a reminder via email whenever one has a birthday coming up, then I just jump online, select a card, write a message, and hey presto!

    Their cards are pretty awesome too
    I too love moonpig.com

    I have this birthday calender that is inside my pantry http://spoonful.com/sites/default/fi...y-Calendar.jpg

    Then on my fridge I have a month calender that I print out every month from http://www.wincalendar.com/2012-Word-Calendar.htm and cross the days off as they go. At the start of the month I check my pantry birthday calendar and if there is a birthday that month I write it on my fridge calendar......then as Im crossing the days off I notice it.

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    Default Are you good at remembering peoples birthdays?

    I remember birthdays. All of them. Anyone's who has ever had any importance in my life. Even ex's :/ I remember my grandparents, parents and step parents, all 9 siblings, niece and nephew's, aunties and uncles, my dog...DP's family. DP thinks I'm weird. My dad was forever forgetting birthdays. I always had to remind him. Still do

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    Default Re: Are you good at remembering peoples birthdays?

    Nup. I don't bother trying to remember. Immediate family, yes, it's easy, but anyone else no.

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    I remember most birthdays, I tend to relate them all back to something easy to recall and that's how I remember ie a has a birthday after a certain public holiday, b has a birthday ten days after mine etc I even remember birthdays of people I stopped speaking to years ago.
    I find remembering the date fairly easy but that doesn't always mean I do anything about it though.

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    Im great at remembering everyones birthday that I buy a gift for... Except my mums.... Which is TODAY!!! lol I think either the 19th, 20th or the 21st and normally just pick inbetween. Lucky thats right haha

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    Apart from immediate family and friends i've been friends with forever, I dont remember anyones bday. Thank god for FB i tell ya!


 

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