This time of the year is insane.
We’re moving so quickly, our to-do lists are nuts, and often we’re totally forgetting to breathe.
At least I am.
So when I saw my sweet and smart friend Danielle Smith, of Pretty Extraordinary, take a minute to say “thank you” to the delivery people, I stopped and smiled.
This is so simple. But it can really make someone’s day.
Here’s the skinny. . .
Thank You Delivery People — Free Printable for Families
It’s a simple “thank you” that you can leave on your doorstep for the people from the USPS, UPS, FedEx, Amazon, or any delivery company. You can put anything you’d like inside it, but essentially, it’s a little container of drinks and snacks with a little thank you note.
Just think about how quickly those hardworking men and women are moving. They go non-stop all day and into the night. How happy might they be if they stop at your house and see a little note of thanks? I had to do it.
So if you’d like to grab the printable I whipped up this morning, it’s here for you to grab.
Simply throw your name in the box below, and it’ll end up in your inbox in no time. Print, sign, and put it outside. If you’re super fancy and want to laminate, go ahead.
(Here’s my favorite laminator: Scotch Thermal Laminator)
And here’s your ticket to the freebie download:
Have a great holiday, and do let me know what you’re doing to brighten someone’s day or to add to the holiday spirit–I’d love to know!
Want a few more holiday-inspired gift ideas or activities? Check out:
- Best Gifts for Kids and Families 2014
- Best Gifts for Kids and Families 2013
- Best Gifts for Kids and Families 2012
- Best Gifts for Kids and Families 2011
- Holiday Fun Fact and JOKES Lunchbox Notes (with Hannukah!)
- Holiday Time Fun Fact Lunchbox Notes
- Little Holiday Notes and Jokes
- Holiday Notes for Families
- The Polar Express tradition
- Scratch-off Cards
- K-Cup Advent Tree
- New Year’s Family Interview
- Happy Holidays Backyard Birds
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