When the apocalypse hits, it’s likely you’ll be inundated with zombies and the undead.
And if you do survive the zombie pandemic, you’ll need to prepare for what the post office is going to do.
Here are 10 tips to help you stay alive during the apocalypse.
Don’t go into the post offices.
As the world has become more connected and more sophisticated, the post service has grown into a big business.
If you’re not prepared for the zombie apocalypse, you may be stuck having to deliver packages to people who don’t know you.
And while some people have tried to survive in the postoffice by scavenging for supplies, there are also a few things you should consider before you go.
If your mail is damaged, you could end up with a lot of bills.
And a lot depends on where you live.
The USPS doesn’t offer insurance for postal workers.
You may also have to worry about your property value.
You can still use your phone to find your packages, but the postmaster won’t be able to see them until you get home.
Keep your eyes peeled for signs of the apocalypse in the mail.
While the postal service doesn’t generally have a list of items that will be delivered to your home, the USPS does collect information about packages from all kinds of sources.
The U.S. Postal Service also maintains a website that collects information on the number of packages it receives each day, as well as information about where they were sent.
The website has some tips for people who need help finding the packages.
It can tell you what the USPS is calling them, how much they cost, and the postmark date.
If it is a holiday, the number for the delivery will be the last one on the envelope.
If someone calls, get out of the way.
You don’t have to be a zombie to take advantage of the USPS website, though it will not help if you don’t want to help.
It also doesn’t have any way to see the package in person.
That means you’ll have to call the postmistress or a person who has the power to make the delivery.
But if you want to get the most information from the post, you can get the address of the post that’s closest to you.
If the post is busy, there may be a lot going on in the postal facility.
So if you can’t get in touch, you should look for an employee who’s not working or you can find out who the postmasters is.
You should also take your time when you call.
If there are signs that something is wrong, you might be asked to leave the building.
So do not call before you leave.
If a worker is making deliveries, they can be a source of stress and anxiety.
So you should keep an eye on them, too.
Know the rules of the road.
If things go wrong with the delivery, there is usually a plan in place.
For example, if a person says the post was delivered to a different address, you won’t get a refund.
You might be able a pay a fee to someone else to have the mail delivered to the correct address, but that may also be a sign that the person is lying.
Also, if you need to know the rules about where your package is to be delivered, you have a couple options: If you don