As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, and get closer to spending time with loved ones, it is important to remember why we are all getting together. One of the most important parts of Thanksgiving (second to spending quality time with loved ones) is to reflect and give thanks. Whether you feel like extending gratitude to family, friends, employers or just the universe, it is something that should be done.
We are all so blessed, even if it feels like you have less, take a look around and reflect on what you have. Count your blessings and offer up a little thanks.
Try to remember more than just on Thanksgiving, but especially on this day, practice that school-age exercise of listing what you have to be thankful-your heart might just swell a bit and your lips are sure to curve upwards as you embrace all the wonderful things you are so fortunate to have.
I am so thankful for this blog and the little piece of the internet that I can call my own. My readers and clients are such an incredible part of who I am and what I do--I wouldn't trade this for anything. If you are reading this, thank you so much for following along!