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06 December 2017

Thank you for everything

Posted in Decor and Style

I look forward to writing this blog every year.  This is where the team from Linen Drawer express our sincere gratitude towards our clients, suppliers and co-workers.

Gratefulness has been proven to have physical benefits as well as the more obvious mental and spiritual benefits. 

Showing and experiencing gratitude is good for you.

Recent research has shown that people who express more gratitude have fewer aches and pains, better sleep and stronger mental clarity.

The expression of gratitude has measurable effects on our lives; when we express more gratitude, we become more empathetic and have increased goodwill towards others.

It’s quite simple really – if you appreciate something you take better care of it. This extends to health, relationships, friends, clients, and our businesses.  In fact, all areas of our lives.

What about gratitude in tough times?  Its easy to be grateful when things are going well, but studies have shown that people who habitually show gratitude are capable of experiencing it even when rough times hit.

In the face of brokenness, gratitude has the power to heal and bring hope, and help us cope.

So, with hearts full of thankfulness, we want to say “Thank you!” to our clients. You are the people who always come first, who support us and who help us expand our services and products.

We hope to keep improving!

Thank you also to our suppliers.  Thanks for supplying products that we can proudly endorse and thank you for staying the course with us in our efforts towards bettering ourselves.

Finally, a big thank you to the staff and workers at Linen Drawer and Linen Drawer Manufacturing.  You make every day unique. 

Your enthusiasm and work ethic contribute to making the company a wonderful work environment. I am truly grateful to be part of the Linen Drawer family and for the opportunities that I have been given.

From all of us, from me to you – we are grateful! Thank you!

Sources:
https://foodrevolution.org/blog/thanksgiving-healthy-gratitude/