Should you write that thank you note?
If you've ever questioned whether or not it matters if you write thank you notes, this book holds the answer.
Author John Kralik tells the true story of how recognizing and being thankful for all that he had (rather than focusing on what he lacked), changed his life. It's an inspiring story of gratitude and personal change.
The book is particularly relevant this time of year; Kralik started writing his 365 thank you notes after a dismal start to the new year and follows through with how it changed his life.
There's so much goodwill to be shared and so much to be gained in expressing our gratitude on paper.
You don't have to write 365 notes, but it might be worthwhile to give it a go and write a few.
See how it makes you feel.
I know I've got some notes to write. Who will you write to?
Where words and paper come together