I know that perhaps Christmas may not have been that much fun for you.
Alternatively, it may have been a blast, you had a swell time and you're grinning from ear to ear just thinking about it!
Whatever the case, there is a message to be sent.
Its up to you which message you choose to send - remembering its a message about you. It will tell a story about the type of person you are - one way or the other.
This morning, over my morning cuppa, I stumbled over a very interesting quote today that I thought I would share here...
Manners DO take time. It does take effort. It requires thought to be well mannered, to send the world a positive message about the type of person you are.
Personally, I know far too many people who simply refuse to say thank you - for anything - or are vulgar or mildly insulting when doing so.
It doesn't matter whether its a small kindness or an extravagant gift worth hundreds of dollars!
To often these days, people do not acknowledge receiving anything, let alone say thank you.
I have even witnessed some very déclassé behaviour, whereby gifts that were given and went unacknowledged, were then photographed and shared publicly online by the Recipient who was bragging about throwing them away or "getting rid" of them, unopened and unused!
Classy - right?
I am all for donating things and living minimally however to post photos publicly online about doing so is the epitome of bad manners, is totally lacking in any grace or etiquette and denotes a total lack of respect for others, as well as the Self.
To me, it simply shows these types of people for who they really are... the message they choose to send is loud and clear.
What Message Will You
Send This Holiday Season?
"Everything you do and say communicates a little more about the
type of person you are".
Why not go a step further and thank those that have been a part of your year?
Trust me - it WILL be noticed... and not forgotten.
Elevate yourself and stand out as someone who has class, manners and grace.
It's not about how you feel about what you received, it's about acknowledging another.
It's about sending the right message to others about who YOU are.
Lots of love and gratitude to you all,.