Do you check your email or your mailbox first?
Somehow, I know what the answer will be!
I get so little snail mail that I only check my mailbox once a day. My inbox gets checked first thing in the morning, last thing at night and many times in between.
I check my email first because my mail usually arrives later in the day.
My mailman doesn't come till about 3pm so email is definitely first!
I also check my email in the morning and throughout the day. My mail arrives late in the afternoon.
first and throughout the day till retiring to bed, cheking of my e-mails remains on..and mailbox, since it arrives later in the day..obviously, gets second priority!
As an online entrepreneur, I regularly check my inboxes of several email addresses first. Our snail mail arrives late in the afternoon, so that's another factor. Thank you for asking this excellent question.
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