Send cards and get your gratitude practice started!
How it works
ThanksGreeting seeks to help make your gratitude practice fun and colourful! With our memberships, all you have to do is log in, create, and send. We remove the need for paper and that trip to the post box.
Pick a Card Design
Customize Your Card
Write in your card (we’ll help inspire you), pick your font and then pick your envelope. It’s that easy!
Send Your Card
Enter your recipient’s email address and name and they’ll get it direct to their inbox!
Experience the uplifting feeling of gratitude and spread love to those around you.
We are excited to offer you a free, no obligation, one month subscription as part of our website launch.
What You’ll Get
Full access to fonts, writing prompts and (coming soon) tutorials.
COMING SOON: Full access to blog articles and community participation areas.
Send as many cards as you want to as many recipients as you want!
COMING SOON: Set a Gratitude Goal for yourself and keep track of how many cards you send/month!
A research paper titled “The Science of Gratitude” states that, “Research supports what some researchers refer to as the “find, remind, and bind” function of gratitude: By attuning people to the thoughtfulness of others, gratitude helps them “find” or identify people who are good candidates for quality future relationships; it also helps “remind” people of the goodness of their existing relationships, and it “binds” them to their partners and friends by making them feel appreciated and encouraging them to engage in behaviours that will help prolong their relationships.”*
A vast amount of research has been done on the science of gratitude, from increasing the health of cardiac patients to mental well-being in children and adolescents. In a time where loneliness is described as an ‘epidemic’, developing a gratitude practice may just be the way forward and the future of holistic connection and social function.
“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today and creates a vision for tomorrow.” Melody Beattie
*Allen, S. (2018) ‘The Science of Gratitude’ Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley: the John Templeton Foundation.
Gratitude and the Brain
Enhances dopamine and seratonin, the neurotransmitters responsible for the ‘happiness’ feeling.
Increases sleep quality and can lower symptoms of anxiety and depression.
Reduces fear and anxiety by regulating the stress hormones.
Fosters cognitive restructuring by creating new positive neural pathways.
When practiced consistently, habits of a positive mindset become automatic.
Have a question?
Head over to our FAQs section or send an email to our support team.
We’d be happy to help!