Acts of Gratitude: Thank Your Host

May 27, 2016 | By | Comments (6)

Southern Living has teamed up with Tiny Prints to celebrate gratitude, which is defined as the quality of being thankful. In all the busyness, we may sometimes forget to say thank you and show gratitude when we should. We challenge you to reflect on what you are thankful for in your life, and share a small act to pass along gratitude to others in your life.
thank you tiny prints Acts of Gratitude: Thank Your Host

The summer season brings countless holidays, parties, and celebrations. It is always important to properly thank your host or hostess for their hospitality. You can thank them with a simple thank you card, or you can attach the note to a plate of baked goods or a cute summer gift. It is a gesture that they won’t forget, and you’ll be invited back over and over again!

Make sure to check back next Friday for the next act of gratitude!

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  6. Clarissa

    I love this idea, Jenna. You are so right about the importance of gratitude – it is easy to forget how much work people put into social occasions, and just walk away without a second thought. And even if you give them a verbal thanks, following up with one of these cards makes it extra special!

    May 31, 2016 at 10:30 pm

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