What can I say instead of take care?

What can I say instead of take care?

  • Take care of yourself.
  • Be careful.
  • Go steady.
  • Tread carefully.
  • Be cautious.
  • Go easy on yourself!
  • Stay out of trouble!
  • Godspeed.

What do you say in a recovery card?

Classic Get Well Wishes

  • Hope you feel better soon!
  • Wishing you more strength with each coming day.
  • Have the speediest of recoveries!
  • May good health and happiness be closer than you think.
  • Thinking of you and wishing you a speedy recovery.
  • Sending healthy vibes in your direction.

How do you wish speedy recovery to your boss?

#1 I am sorry to hear that your health has suffered and that you are currently unable to work. Please accept my sincere wishes for you to make a good recovery. You can rest assured that I will do my absolute best to hold down the fort until then. Get well soon.

What are some other ways to say get Well Soon?

Get-Well Wishes “Hope you get to feeling better soon!” “Looking forward to seeing you back at practice when you’re ready.” “Wishing you well.” “Take extra good care!” “Here’s to you-steadier, stronger and better every day.” “We hope you’re taking it slow and easy right now.” “Take your sweet time getting well!” “Sending good, healthy vibes your way.”

What is good well wishes?

Common get well wishes include mentioning hopes for feeling better, speedy recovery messages, and words that let the card recipient know that you are thinking of them. Short and sweet get well wishes are the perfect thing to write in a get well soon card for any recipient.

What does sending well wishes mean?

Well wishes can be defined as good wishes or warm regards full of happiness and well being. We offer and extend our well wishes to a beloved though both thick and thin. People who extend their good wishes to us are referred to as well wishers. In the times of prosperity we may have many people offering their well wishes…

What is another word for get Well Soon?

Synonyms for ‘get well (soon)’: bless you, have a good/nice something, a plague on someone, may someone rest in peace, greeting, round robin