40 ways to be thankful this holiday season

  1. Start and end each day with writing down two things you are grateful for.
  2. Send a postcard to someone you love.
  3. Leave a message on your spouse or kids’ mirror.
  4. Bring someone breakfast in bed.
  5. Plan a fun date night.
  6. Leave a generous tip.
  7. Compliment others in person.
  8. Make some sweet treats and gift the goodies.
  9. Host a wine night.
  10. Do something that makes you happy.
  11. Take a friend to lunch.
  12. Pay for someone else’s coffee.
  13. Gift your favorite book to someone.
  14. Drop off a care package to someone in need.
  15. Share your favorite podcast.
  16. Volunteer at a local charity.
  17. Do the dishes after your family feast.
  18. Handwrite a thank you note.
  19. Read a bedtime story to your kids, grandkids, or great-grandchildren.
  20. Give someone a hug.
  21. Compliment someone on social media.
  22. Say thank you more often.
  23. Walk your neighbor’s dog.
  24. Help a friend run errands.
  25. Host a game night.
  26. Volunteer at a school.
  27. Fill up someone’s gas tank.
  28. Donate unused clothing.
  29. Share a favorite recipe with others.
  30. Donate blood.
  31. Take a walk.
  32. Pack lunch for a picnic.
  33. Donate to a local food bank.
  34. Treat a friend to a manicure.
  35. Send someone flowers.
  36. Take someone shopping.
  37. Grab coffee with someone new.
  38. Call a family member.
  39. Take time for yourself.
  40. Spend a day with someone you love.

 

Clicking on the links above may result in you leaving the Pittenger & Anderson, Inc. website. The opinions and ideas expressed on these external websites are those of third-party vendors and Pittenger & Anderson, Inc. has not approved or endorsed any of this third-party content. For the full Terms & Conditions of using the Pittenger & Anderson, Inc. website, click on this link.

Pittenger & Anderson, Inc. does not provide tax, legal, or accounting advice. This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal, or accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal, and accounting advisors before engaging in any transaction.  Additionally, the information presented here is not intended to be a recommendation to buy or sell any specific security.  To learn more about our firm and investment approach, check out our Form ADV.

 

To view this article and others like it online, visit the P&A blog at https://pittand.com/blog/.

Click here to download the PDF version of this article. 

Was this post helpful?

Previous

Next

Since 1995, Pittenger & Anderson has guided individuals and families going through money-in-motion events. We are a fee-only Registered Investment Advisor and a full-time fiduciary providing investment management, financial planning, and complimentary services to 700+ clients in over 30 U.S. states.

Get P&A in your inbox!

Get P&A in your inbox!

Our once-a-month email is designed to cover topics that impact your financial life, whether you’re just starting out, mid-career, or enjoying retirement.  Learn about planning opportunities, our thoughts on the markets, and many other empowering topics.  We will never sell or give away your email address, nor will we spam you.  We embrace the Golden Rule.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

DOWNLOAD "5 KEYS TO RETIRING WITH CONFIDENCE" HERE

DOWNLOAD "5 KEYS TO RETIRING WITH CONFIDENCE" HERE

Please enter your name and email below.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

The Confidence Your Money is Looking For

The Confidence Your Money is Looking For

Please enter your name and email below.

You have Successfully Subscribed!