September 21st is a day all about being grateful and thankful. Showing a bit of gratitude to a person, place, or thing can go a long way. So today, take the time to reflect and say thank you to the places you've travelled to, who you travelled with, and what you did when you travelled there. In honour of World Gratitude Day, we've come up with a list of 20 Ways To Say Thank You so that you can show your gratitude in 20 other languages!
If there's one thing we all can be thankful for -- it's food! What a better way to practice gratitude than with a homemade meal with family or friends.
Over the years, we've all been to different places and done different things... Reflect on and cherish all those memories you've built!
Being able to explore new places and do new things are all part of what makes an adventure, and something we should be thankful for!
As seasons change, so do our surroundings. With every season, wherever you are in the world, there is always something to appreciate and admire.
Every place we travel to, there is always a story behind every destination. Taking the time to appreciate the history and the people is what traveling is all about!
Whether it be a festival, a special holiday, or celebration, there are so many unique experiences that we are able to have that would last a lifetime.
World Gratitude Day is a day that is meant to bring organisations, nations, and indivduals together to celebrate and share their gratitude in different ways. It's designed to join the whole world together in being thankful.
Back in 1965, during a United Nations Thanksgiving dinner, members decided that there should be a day of thanks where the whole world celebrates being thankful. That day became known as World Gratitude Day on September 21st.
Be thankful! Be mindful about what you have and above all, appreciate what you have. It is especially important to say thank you to those that you love and celebrate with them because you can!