Meaning to Send a Thank-You Note But Then Not Doing It…

I love this quote which is from the book Adulting: How to Become a Grown-up in 468 Easy(ish) Steps by Kelly Williams Brown.

There is no beating around the bush with it! I hope this quote will encourage you to write the thank you notes that you have been meaning to send.

I have not read this book yet. I am a cat lover and so seeing a cat on the cover makes me want to read it. Perhaps, there is a section on cats (or other pets).

I have been an adult for many years but it seems like I would learn something from the book anyways. There is always more to learn!

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Have you read this book? What do you think of the quote?

About The Author
Heidi has been writing thank you notes for more than 30 years and is the author of A Modern Guide to Writing Thank-You Notes. Her goal is to help people write better thank-you notes by providing tips and examples.

6 thoughts on “Meaning to Send a Thank-You Note But Then Not Doing It…”

  1. Thanks for the quote! I love it…I have not read this book either – but would probably want to buy it also because of the cat!!! I am also a cat lover – we adopted a 1 1/2 year old tuxedo cat from our local humane society last year and she has taken over!!! Literally…And I also wanted to have mine posted before church – so I did it yesterday and scheduled it for 8:30 am (but I don’t know what time it will actually post; I am EST but somehow my blog shows me about 3 hours behind that time zone; and won’t let me change it).

    Have a GREAT church day and relax!!

  2. I’ve not heard of it but it sounds good. I tend to do that with compliments or encouragement. I think, “Wow, that new hairstyle looks good on her” or “That solo in church today really spoke to me,” but unless I cross paths with that person, I don’t say it. I need to send a note or email or Facebook message or something!

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