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Author Gina Hamadey talks impact of writing a year’s worth of thank-you notes

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Author Gina Hamadey is a mother of two who sought connection in her life, so she wrote 365 thank-you notes to people as part of what she called a year of gratitude. She chronicles her story in her new book, “I Want to Thank You.” She tells Hoda and Jenna about the feedback she received, what she learned and how small things go a long way.