What are you thankful for?

This weekend, if you are so fortunate, enjoy some turkey. Enjoy spending time with family and friends. Enjoy a day off of work on Monday. Enjoy some relaxation and recreation. Put your feet up. Read a book. Sit by the fire. Go for a walk in nature.

Whatever you do for fun or rest this weekend, take some time to consider what you are thankful for in your life.

The relationship between joy and gratitude was one of the important things I found in my research. I wasn’t expecting it. In my 12 years of research on 11,000 pieces of data, I did not interview one person who had described themselves as joyful, who also did not actively practice gratitude.

Dr. Brene Brown

Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday. Like all holidays, Thanksgiving is even better when we stop to consider the meaning of the holiday.

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