March 29, 2018

5 Thoughtful Ways To Say Thank You

At different times in your life, you’re likely to find occasions where you want to say thank you to someone. In fact, this is something that can happen quite regularly. When you’re very present, and you practice gratitude, you’re likely to find dozens of times where you want to show your thanks to people in your life. Maybe your parents helped you out, your grandparents made you dinner, or a friend bought you a gift? Well, it’s always nice to say thank you. And sometimes, you’ll feel as if saying the words thank you just aren’t enough. Sometimes, you just want to be able to take that idea a step further to really show how grateful you are. So let’s take a look at five thoughtful ways that you can do this.

1. With A Gift
First of all, you may actually want to get a gift for the person in question. A really common way to send a gift is with flowers, jewelry, or even with a pretty wall printable. Depending on the person that you’re getting the gift for, you may find that choosing something a little more personalized for them could work out well too. The idea here is to put a lot of thought into the gifting that you’re choosing, so that you know it will be something that they love, and a great way of showing your thanks.

2. With Your Time
But saying thank you doesn’t always have to be about material things. In fact, sometimes, the best way to show how grateful you are to somebody is with your time. Let’s think back to the idea of your grandparents making you dinner. Well, it’s safe to say that they’re really going to appreciate you taking some time out to visit them or take them out for a walk to something simple like that. A lot of the time, choosing to spend your time thoughtfully is a great way to show how appreciative you are.

3. With Actions
As a step on from that, it’s also always great to show just how grateful you are with your actions, and not just your words. Because, as we all know, actions speak louder than words. So choosing to be thoughtful with your actions and doing something nice for the person in question in return is a great option here.

4. With A Handwritten Note

Never underestimate the power of a handwritten note. To take the time out to put your words down on paper and deliver a handwritten thank you note is a very kind and thoughtful gesture. It may be simple and old-fashioned, but it’s very effective.

5. With Baked Goods

And finally, you know the way to a person’s heart is often through their mouth! So taking the time out to whip up some baked goods is a really kind and thoughtful way to thank you. Particularly if you know the person in question has a sweet tooth or you know their favorite dessert, this will always go down a treat.

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