There is no worse feeling than being unable to express how much someone really means to you. You don’t have to have a lot of money to express gratitude to the people in your life. With National Thank You Week quickly approaching here are some reasonably priced, creative ways to give thanks to your loved ones.
Say thanks with something sweet!
Bake your favourite sweets for one of your favourite people. You can also impress them with your gratitude with this scrumptious cookie recipe from Monty Bojangles truffles. The recipe uses Monty Bojangles Scrumple Nutty Truffles to create a chocolately hazelnutty cookie that would make anyone feel loved.
DIY your gratitude!
If you are the crafty type, then a DIY thank you gift is for you! The amounts of DIY gift ideas on the internet are endless. Mix together shea butter, almond oil, honey and powdered milk to make some soothing bath melts. Or put together a basket of all of their favourite things! DIY shows that you put some extra thought into thanking your loved one for all that they do.
Reciprocate their help!
Everyone needs a helping hand sometimes! Thank someone who helped you out by helping them in their time of need. Whether it is helping a friend through a traumatic time in their life or helping them to move, returning the favour is always a sure way to show your gratitude!
Be Traditional with a Card!
A thank you card is always a classic choice for expressing gratitude. A handwritten note or card is a timeless way to say thanks for a reason. Taking the time to put pen to paper goes a long way. You can also be super specific in your reasons for gratitude. Whether you are thanking someone for a gift, their hospitality or for just simply being present in your life, there is a card for it all! There is something so heartfelt about a handwritten thank you note. Everyone feels loved when given the chance to open up a handwritten card!
Just tell them!
While actual gifts and gestures are an amazing way to give thanks and gratitude, nothing is really comparable to face to face interaction. Look your loved ones in the eyes and thank them for all that they do.