Did you know that being thankful can actually make you feel better?
In fact, sometimes a simple “thank you” can turn someone’s day around.
No matter how you say thank you, say it this month. January is National Thank You Month. We want to take a moment to thank you for the hard work and dedication you put in year-round in order to make a the lives of those that live in our community better!
Sometimes we get so tied up in our own routines that we forget to be kind and take a moment to acknowledge those around us for the kind tasks they help us with on a daily basis. In January, please take a moment to thank your co-workers personally for the support they give you. Another option is to fill out the form in this post thanking a co-worker(s) to be featured in Healthy Times during January.
If you’d like to send a co-worker a thank you note to be featured here, fill out this form:
Here’s some other ways to say ‘thank you’:
- Start a gratitude journal and write one thing, or more, a day that you are thankful for.
- At home, take turns at the dinner table in sharing who or what you are thankful for.
- Write someone a thank you note, an email or even a sticky note telling them you are thankful for them or something that they did for you.
- Do something nice for someone else.
Click here to view and download the full 2014 Appreciation Calendar, shared by Lynn Routh of Human Resources.