Thank Them for Helping

When somebody helps you with something, its always a good idea (and good manners) to say thank you. Saying this or ‘thanks for helping’ is special. Because it’s so special it should be done with some stunning free thank you note stationary. These notes and cards are free for you to use.  Actually they are specifically made for the occasion of thanking somebody for their help. Choose from hundreds of free designs with a printable thank you note for any occasion. All the free printable thank you notes and cards on this site are FREE to download.

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Helpful people are pretty rare these days and it’s always nice to hear about people helping others for no reason other than they want to. How many people do you know that are nice and offer a hand when you are in need. Most people can count these on one hand. So when you find somebody like that, it’s important to let them know that their assistance is appreciated and reciprocated. 

Reciprocated Helpfulness (a working theory)

Basically, in a nutshell, if somebody has been good to you, then one day you can return the favour and be there for them in return. This is a bit different to paying it forward, which is anticipating people goodness and that they will pass on a good deed as one has been done to them.  So the theory goes, that if somebody helps you and you are grateful to them, they will continue being helpful. If somebody is not recognised for their assistance, most people might stop doing it. Only those who are wired to be good people can continue without any recognition. I would love to hear from you about this subject and listen to your point of view or perhaps your working theory.  Drop by the Facebook group to tell me what you think. 


I am always a bit shocked when somebody helps me so I often respond with a thank you note. In fact the art of saying thank you is often lost and if you can graciously show your gratitude, I believe it makes people more inclined to help you out next time.

Helping with Food at the Party
When you’re hosting a party, ensure that there are healthy options available. This can make it easier to resist temptation when everyone else is noshing on chips and dips. It will also give your guests something to eat if they’re watching their weight or suffering from food allergies or intolerances. While you don’t have to cook every last dish yourself, planning ahead is key here. If you do want to prepare some of your own dishes, choose lighter foods—such as vegetable crudités with dip or even a fresh fruit platter—and smaller portions.