THE THANKFULNESS JOURNALS

Are emails impersonal?

Are emails impersonal?

Electronic mail, or email for short, is an online communication method where two or more people exchange, accept, forward and store messages using an electronic device (such as a PC or a phone) across the Internet. Since its creation in the 1970s, businesses and organisations have widely used...

read more
When NOT to say ‘Thank You’

When NOT to say ‘Thank You’

Saying the term 'thank you’ means you fully recognize someone's compliments and efforts into making you satisfied and happy. However, saying it repetitively has been known to make it lose its meaning. When you give your thanks to someone over and over again for a single act of kindness, it can...

read more
Handwritten Mail – Is it Still a Thing?

Handwritten Mail – Is it Still a Thing?

Some say handwriting is outdated. In today's digital age, online communication is the norm and ball pens are becoming less popular. Texting and chatting are most definitely the faster way of communicating. And yet, there is always something beautiful about a handwritten letter.Letter writing is...

read more
Awesome Crafting DIY Videos

Awesome Crafting DIY Videos

Greeting cards are best when they're made with love. Surprise your loved ones with your very own DIY cards and make them feel extra special. A little traditional handwritten letter in a do-it-yourself card will go a long way more than you've ever realized!If you wanna start simple, grab...

read more
2020 – The Year We Redefined ‘Essential Workers’

2020 – The Year We Redefined ‘Essential Workers’

Who are considered 'essential' workers? When the coronavirus affected the world in 2020, businesses had to come to a temporary close in an effort to prevent its spread. While everyone would argue that they are 'essential' workers of their own, the Australian government has ultimately listed down...

read more
The Thankfulness List

The Thankfulness List

The Practice of Being Thankful Making a list of things we're thankful for isn't something we normally practice off the bat. In these tough times, it's a great idea to pause and take time to think about the moments we're most grateful for, and make a list of them. Focusing on gratitude boosts your...

read more
‘Thanks a Lot’ – Is it Sarcastic?

‘Thanks a Lot’ – Is it Sarcastic?

Thanks a Lot, is it sarcastic or not? Sarcasm is using words to either mock or annoy someone, or for comic relief. In simple words, it means to speak in a bitter tone. The main gist of sarcasm is that the words are not meant to be taken literally.  So when is a simple 'thank you' considered...

read more
Being Thankful

Being Thankful

“When you rise in the morning, give thanks for the light, for your life, for your strength. Give thanks for your food and for the joy of living. If you see no reason to give thanks, the fault lies in yourself.” – Tecumseh Being thankful is something that many of us overlook. We are so used to...

read more
How to Sign Off any Email

How to Sign Off any Email

Signing off in an email is just as important as its content. Ending an email properly makes a huge difference; it motivates the receiver and leaves him or her with a positive impression of you. The idea is to show respect without sounding too overly familiar - unless you and the receiver have a...

read more
The Dying Art of Saying Thank You

The Dying Art of Saying Thank You

The Dying Art of Saying Thank You   If you were to ask the average person if they say thank you, the majority of us say we do. Though you consider yourself as an appreciative person, chances are, you have the idea of writing a thank-you card. Over the years, this once common practice has been...

read more

Thankfulness can be quite a rare comodity these days. The thankfulness journals is a thank you blog that explores the art of saying thank you and staying grounded and thankful for your blessings.