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  • Celeste Hamilton Dennis

    Love all of this - this project, the social gratitude journal, how inspired you all are. I've also recently started incorporating "I appreciate you ____" into my vocabulary, and it's amazing how it's changed the quality of my relationships.

  • April Greene

    I couldn't agree more! Sending hard copy cards to say 'thank you' or 'I appreciate you' delivers lots of bang for the buck—even the quickest, simplest missive is a treat for both sender and receiver.

  • Ayla Newhouse

    We'd be so grateful if all of you practiced gratitude on 1THING (www.1thingapp.com) - a social gratitude journal that also features daily illustrations of shared gratitude.

  • Jeff Nelder

    I'm going to peg it to my birthday each year- I'm going to set aside time to call all the people who are gifts in my life.

  • Tanner C

    Something simple and fairly easy, but with a big return. I think I'll write a "Thank You" card for a month to a different person each day.

    • nathalie

      This is a great idea. I've been doing this, not once a month but randomly. Giving homemade cards to people like a coworker who let me interview them for a project or a friend's mom who bought my roommates and me a case of wine, is so easy and they're often surprised because nobody gives out cards anymore. Plus it motivates me to craft more.

    • Jen Chiou

      great idea! I'm going to start by doing a "thank you" email as a baby step