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Non-monetary Ways to Express Thanksgiving Gratitude

by Seerat Fayaz   ·  November 25, 2021   ·  

Non-monetary Ways to Express Thanksgiving Gratitude

by Seerat Fayaz   ·  November 25, 2021   ·  

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Thanksgiving is a time when we offer gratitude and celebrate the people and things in our lives that make them worthwhile. A charitable donation is one way you may express your gratitude and provide thanks to your community.

However, you may decide that you want to express your gratitude in other, or additional, ways—and there are several significant methods to do so.

Shopping locally is something you should think about doing this Thanksgiving season. Instead of going to a corporate supermarket to buy your Thanksgiving turkey and other groceries. Look for a local butcher market, farm, or family-owned grocery store. Instead of starting your Christmas shopping with huge internet shops, consider starting with a small business.

Not only does this allow you to express gratitude to others and support your community, but it also allows you to locate more personalized, one-of-a-kind presents. 

If you often shop from small companies or follow them on social media, give them an online review or start sharing their posts. This shows that you like them and helps them feel supported. It is one of the simplest ways to express gratitude while also giving back.

You may frequently express gratitude to your friends and family, but consider how you may do so differently this holiday season. Would a handwritten card make them or you happy?. Are there persons in your life—babysitters, dog walkers, handymen, neighbours, and so on. Who make your life easier but whom you rarely acknowledge? Send them a letter or contact them right now.

Do you have a coworker who makes you look forward to getting to work? Send them an email in which you express your gratitude for them and explain why. 

Pick up groceries for the person in line ahead of you at the grocery store; volunteer your time to an organization that provides Thanksgiving dinners to the elderly. Pick leaves for your neighbours. Do anything to give back to your community.

Take a few minutes each day to pause and think about what you’re grateful for. Sure, we’re all grateful for our friends, family, work, and houses. But consider what makes those things unique to you. Maybe you have a favorite spot in your house to have your morning coffee or a buddy who always knows how to make you laugh. Practicing thankfulness and reflecting on those specifics can help you become more mindful, thanks, and appreciative.

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