I absolutely LOVE Thanksgiving.
Food, family, friends, football, fun (did I get all of the “F’s”?), make this the one holiday that I look forward to the most every year.
In addition to all of the F’s, what I also love about this time of year is that we get to mindfully reflect on what’s really important in our lives (you know what that is, right?), and simply be in gratitude, at least for a day.
I urge you to consistently remember what it is that you’re thankful for, not just on Thanksgiving, but every day of your lives.
But that’s not what this blog post is about.
Let’s be real–most of you reading these words are already sincerely thankful for your health, your spouse, your kids, your home, your friends, your family, and your job.
But I also believe that there’s something that many of you reading this should be very thankful for, and you might not be aware of what it is. My hope is that you will be after reading this.
This Thursday before we slip into our yearly blissful tryptophanic food coma, my goal is to add one new thing to the many things that you are the most thankful for.
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