At Thanksgiving dinner, one of our family traditions is to go around the table and say what we’ve been grateful for this year. Even when your Thanksgiving meal ends, I challenge you this week to keep giving thanks every day.
Think about people you have met in your lifetime, the influence that each and every one of them has had on your life. Let someone know that you appreciate them. Call someone you’ve haven’t spoken to in a while and tell them what they mean to you. Thank someone for their time or kind gesture.
Then think about things you are thankful for: a pet, flowers in your garden, or the opportunity to travel. Giving thanks is a powerful positive message that can become part of your daily routine and improve your life. There are many benefits to giving thanks including that it makes our mood more positive and our stress seem less. Express gratitude today and always.
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