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Ways To Say Thank You Without Saying Thank You

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by Leiann Lynn Rose Spontaneo (subscribe)
Studied Political Science at Duquesne University. Highest Honors Graduate in Fitness and Nutrition from Stratford Career Institute. Self-Taught Cook. Self-Taught Make-Up Artist. Loves Her Loved Ones. Frugal Gal.
Published July 18th 2021
Have you ever wanted to say thank you without the words?
Do you ever want to thank a person in a unique way? Yes. A simple thank you is nice but how about if the thank you is tweaked toward the person personally.

Here are a few to get you started:

Gift baskets

choose a vessel (wicker basket, plastic basket, coffee mug... Heck, I have even used a purse!)
choose a theme (for pasta, wine, coffee, get well, thank you, etc.)
shop for contents (there are no rules)
arrange and complete with shrink wrap
for a bargain, buy your items at really any dollar store

ways to say thank you without saying thank you
Photo: Christine Isakzhanova / Unsplash

Gift jars

homemade soup mix with tag (I made this for my mother Rose years ago and cannot remember how I prepared it. Maybe you can Google it?)


Buy a bag of groceries for a loved one, especially on a bad day.


free date night babysitting
free hug
have a home-cooked meal prepared for free

ways to say thank you without saying thank you
Photo: Elena Kloppenburg / Unsplash

Gift card

Is there something that they like but kind-of don't spend on themself (maybe a Macy's gift card)
Do they have many mouths to feed (maybe a dollar store gift card)


color and/or draw something for them (place in a photo frame or even make a greeting card)
make a wreath (I use scrap fabric. There are tons of tutorials on YouTube)

Remember the song "More Than Words"? I wanted to write an article explaining different ways to say thank you without saying the words.

To my readers, thank you from the bottom of each of my paragraphs! I rely on you.
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