INSIDE: How to practice gratitude with 5-minute easy and fast on-the-go DIY gratitude note kits.
We’ve all heard the now common advice: gratitude is the fastest way to happiness. Finding something, even the smallest of things, to be grateful for each day is good for us and good for others.
And one of the easiest ways to practice gratitude is to be thankful. Yep, that’s right. Just say thank you. Or better yet, give (or send) a short note of thanks.
Get the whole family into this thankful habit by assembling DIY 5-minute gratitude note kits. Have all the gratitude supplies assembled together, whether at home or in the car. Learn how here…
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How to Make Easy 5-Minute Gratitude Note Kits
My daughter, as she was writing out her birthday thank you notes, mentioned that she loved writing thank you notes. Mind you, it’s been years of sitting with her and painstackingly teaching her how to write said notes, but yay! Small win for mom!! 🥇
To make writing thank you notes a less arduous task, I have all the gratitude note supplies together in one area.
And you can put together your own gratitude note kits too! Grab a basket to leave in the pantry or place it all together in a lage ziplog baggie. Or, make to-go gratitude note kits and leave in the backseat for the kids.
How to Practice Gratitude with 5-Minute Thank You Kits
What to put in 5-minute gratitude note kits:
Be Grateful! Easy 5-Minute Gratitude On The Go Kits
As my daughter was writing her birthday thank you notes, she had all the gratitude note kits supplies all over the table.
Curiosity got the best of her 6 year old brother. Before we knew it, he wanted to write a note to the neighbor for some cookies she gave us.
He proceeded to write one simple sentence and sign his name in his large looping kindergarden letters. Then he covered the envelope in about two dozen assorted stickers.
But he’s learning to say thank you. And as a result, he (like the rest of us) are learning to develop and nurture the daily habit of gratitude.
Who can you say THANK YOU to today? ❤
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