What are you most thankful for this year?
Giving thanks should be a daily habit, not just a once a year table talk. Let’s cultivate thanksgiving well before we sit down at the tables or prepare to serve up a meal to those less fortunate or don our scrubs for a day at work.
The pandemic gave ample opportunity to renew our list of things to be thankful for. For many of us, people and relationships got elevated to the top of the list. The definition of “framily” grew out of our Covid bubbles. In a houseful of “things” we most missed our friends and family. We became especially thankful for opportunities to travel and see loved ones.
This year, let’s not only make a list of things to be thankful for, but let’s give thanks with grateful hearts. Let’s spread joy and cheer to all we meet. Let’s cultivate thanksgiving and motivate others to do the same!
Here’s a free Thanksgiving printable to help you remember to give thanks with a grateful heart. The pdf download is an 8×10 so you can print it on your home printers. I am so thankful for how my business and subscriber list has grown this past year. Thanks for being here! Want more ways to cultivate gratitude? Read here.
Share with us in the comments below one way you give thanks on a regular basis.
Table Talk: Does your thankful list include more people or more goods? What is a surprising addition to your thankful list this year? Who’s become your framily this year?