Acts of Gratitude: Share a Plant

June 3, 2016 | By | Comments (5)

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.

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Colorful, blooming plants can never fail to make someone smile. Next time you head to your local nursery, pick up an extra plant to deliver to your neighbor. You may already have a container or pot that you can use, or you may find one that will perfectly match their front porch. Attach a note explaining why you thought the plant was a perfect addition for their porch. It is sure to brighten their day!

1 Acts of Gratitude: Share a Plant

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

Week 3: Thank Your Host
Week 2: Lunch Notes
Week 1: Share A Book

COMMENTS

  1. Acts of Gratitude: Start a Gratitude Journal | Southern Living Blog

    […] You Note to a Military Member Week 6: Send Address Labels Week 5: Take Cookies to Work Week 4: Share a Plant Week 3: Thank Your Host Week 2: Lunch Notes Week 1: Share A […]

    July 5, 2016 at 11:34 am
  2. Acts of Gratitude: Send a Thank You Letter to a Military Member | Southern Living Blog

    […] 6: Send Address Labels Week 5: Take Cookies to Work Week 4: Share a Plant Week 3: Thank Your Host Week 2: Lunch Notes Week 1: Share A […]

    June 27, 2016 at 2:55 pm
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    […] 5: Take Cookies to Work Week 4: Share a Plant Week 3: Thank Your Host Week 2: Lunch Notes Week 1: Share A […]

    June 17, 2016 at 9:00 am
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    […] 4: Share a Plant Week 3: Thank Your Host Week 2: Lunch Notes Week 1: Share A […]

    June 10, 2016 at 9:01 am
  5. Teresa Gillia

    Thank you for a lovely idea. Great for when you don’t know what to do for someone who could use a lift.
    T. Gilliam

    June 4, 2016 at 12:11 am

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