The season of thankfulness is upon us and it’s time to reflect on all the things you’re grateful for in your life. While this may be a season of large gestures in order to show your thankfulness, there are also smaller ways to practice this all the time. Let this current season inspire you to begin these gratitude habits and don’t stop when the season is over. Here are our four favorite ways to communicate gratitude.
Think about all the things you’re grateful for in your life. Actively choosing to reflect on all the people, places, and items you’re thankful for can have a positive impact on your mental state.
Write a Thank You Note
Sending someone a thank you note is a delightful way to show your thankfulness. A thank you note shows you took the time to handwrite a personal note, intended only for that person. It doesn’t have to be a formal, lengthy note. A simple, short note is perfect.
Be Thankful Even For Negative Events
If recent circumstances have left you feeling ungrateful, take the time to stop and reflect on all the good things in your life. Hold on to the idea that not everything in this world is negative, even if it does feel like the negative events are piling up around you. You’ll learn and grow lots using this type of reflection.
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Do A Small Favor
One of the best ways to express your gratitude to another individual is by doing a small favor for them without expecting anything in return. The type of favor depends on what would most effectively show appreciation to that person. It could be running an errand for them, bringing them coffee or food, or even doing a chore for them. Small favors can have huge impacts.
We hope these tips help to increase your gratitude for both yourself and others during this season of thankfulness.
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