after a year, i've let my parenting magazine subscription expire...
this is because - I'M TOO BUSY PARENTING TO READ PARENTING!
no doubt i have missed some vital information that i'll probably need later. or now.
earlier this week - the calls started, i'm sure to "remind" me that my subscription has expired. i know this because the caller i.d. says "parenting" - strange marketing move.
should i -
a) pick up the phone and politely tell them that i am no longer interested, thank you very much?
b) never answer and see how many times they call before they give up? (this option has yet to work with the tribune review)
c) pick up the phone and scream, "you are calling me in the morning, at naptime, at dinnertime, i still have 10 issues from last year i haven't even read yet, because i'm busy trying to be a parent!"?
i guess it's not the phone person's fault that i am a lame mom. but as long as i don't answer, they still have a job, right?
*update - i accidentally picked up the phone thinking it was mm calling, so i talked to them! it was a pretty good offer, 77% off of the cover price, but i was strong. problem solved. maybe we will have a ring-free nap today.*