Celebrating National Compliment Day should be easy and quite affordable. Therefore, everyone can take part in the celebration.
National Compliment Day was started in 1998 by Kathy Chamberlin of Hopkinton, New Hampshire and Debby Hoffman of Concord, New Hampshire. The women started National Compliment Day to remind people that "compliments provide a quick and easy way to connect positively with those you come in contact with."
A compliment is an expression of praise, congratulation or encouragement.
Not only are compliments appreciated by the receiver, but compliments also lift the spirit of the giver. Compliments provide a quick and easy way to connect positively with those you come in contact with. Giving compliments forges bonds, dispels loneliness and just plain feels good.
National Compliment Day is a great opportunity to say something positive about the people you come into contact with. Everyone has good attributes or something to be complimented.
Compliment your family, friends, and co-workers. Comment on something that will make them feel good. You might compliment them on something they are wearing, their cookies, their hairstyle or a task they do well.
Don't be stingy with your compliments. Compliment others on National Compliment Day and you might find that you will continue the practice on other days as well.