With November designated as National Gratitude Month, what better time than right now to send a thank you card to someone whom you’ve been meaning to acknowledge for a kind, thoughtful, or helpful word or deed? Telling someone thank you has power; the power to make you feel gratitude and make the other person feel appreciated. If you’d like to send a thank you card but just don’t know how to put your gratitude into words, here are some suggestions for what to say in a thank you card.
- You are such a blessing in my life, I just want to say thanks for being so wonderful.
- I’m sending this quick note to say thank you for all the help you’ve given me lately.
- I just want you to know how much your thoughtfulness means to me. Thanks for all you do!
- Life gets busy, but not so busy that I don’t appreciate all you do for me. Thanks a lot!
- It’s National Gratitude Month, and I want you to know how very thankful I am for you, all year long.
- Thank you for being so kind in a world where kindness can be in short supply.
- All the little things you do to make others feel special does not go unnoticed. Thank you for your thoughtfulness.
- You are always doing so much for so many. Thank you for being so wonderful!
- You have stuck with me through some tough times, and I want to say thanks for that.
- Thanks so much for being someone I can count on, always.
- There aren’t a lot of people who give as much as you do. Thank you for your kind heart.
- If there were ever a picture of generosity, it would look like you. Thank you for all you do.
- Your hard work really made the difference in getting the job done right. Thank you for your dedication, I owe you one!
- When I needed your help, you didn’t hesitate. You’re a rare breed! Thank you so much.
- Sometimes, we just don’t know where to turn to for help. I always know I can turn to you, and it means a lot. Thank you for caring as much as you do.
- Your recent encouragement really made the difference for me. I’m eternally grateful for your support.
- Your kindness is inspiring, and very appreciated. I can’t thank you enough.
- You set a great example of what it means to be thoughtful. Thank you for caring.
- Our family would like to say thank you for all you’ve done for us. Your kindness is deeply appreciated.
- I’m so thankful for your life and what a positive impact you’ve had on mine. You’re awesome!
Yes, saying thank you is appreciated but it’s also needed, especially in today’s society. Saying thank you increases others’ self-worth. All of us need to know we are appreciated, and one of the simplest ways of showing gratitude is to say, “thank you”. Gratitude improves relationships with others, and research shows it helps form new friendships, orients people to existing relationships, and promotes existing relationships. In other words, the simple act of saying thank you helps you get, refresh, and keep friendships.
Send a nice thank you note to someone this month and spread some joy and happiness, but don’t feel like November is the only time you can do this. Stock up on a variety of different styles of thank you cards, blank note cards, stationery, and mailing supplies so you’re ready at the drop of a hat to say thank you, and make someone feel extra special and appreciated.