A #GivingTuesday exercise: Consider the lowly thank-you note

By , Guest Columnist Published: December 03, 2019 4:00 AM CT
Jennifer Balink
Guest Columnist

Jennifer Balink

Jennifer Balink is a mother, a writer, and executive director at Kindred Place, a counseling center for families.


As a youngster, the writer thought thank-you notes were drudgery at best, acts of dishonesty at worst. Now, she thinks that if gratitude is a feeling, a written note might be its physical embodiment.


Giving Tuesday


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