It’s Better Conversation Week, and we think that’s a great way to kick off the few days before Thanksgiving. After all, by the time Thursday rolls around you want to be able to celebrate with your friends and family. Take the time to talk to one another and catch up on some old memories. There’s no better way to get the conversation going than with the scrapbooks you have made and collected over the years. Use them as conversation starters during Better Conversation Week. Who knows? It just might make Thanksgiving a little bit brighter.
Some Good Conversation Tips
- Make sure you’re genuinely interested in what the other parties have to say. Showing your interest is one of the best ways to keep the conversation flowing and keep both people comfortable.
- With that said, you should also try to make the other person in your conversation feel as comfortable as you are. Pay attention to your body language. If you are talking with a family member over the pages of a scrapbook, make sure you both have the space to see the pages.
- Listen to what the other person has to say. Good conversation isn’t just one sided. There should be even flow of words and ideas between the two of you. So try to share the limelight!
These good conversation tips will make Better Conversation Week and Thanksgiving much happier occasions! Enjoy your conversations over the pages of our scrapbooks.