Thanksgiving is a holiday, but THANKS-GIVING is a lifestyle.

There is so much anticipation leading up to this big holiday, and as we sit around the table, we are reminded of the good things we have in our life. We are reminded that we are so fortunate to have a house to live in, a kitchen to cook in, food to eat, and friends who love us.

We have so much to be grateful for. 

We have so many reasons to feel blessed.

But we can’t just be thankful for these things today. We must find ways to implement gratitude and thankfulness into our daily lives instead of cramming all the gratitude into a few days each fall.

So, start your NEW THANKS-GIVING lifestyle today.

Commit to an everlasting mindshift and live permanently in a place of gratitude.

Here are some simple ways that you can rock an attitude of gratitude:

  • Start a gratitude journal. Every morning, jot down five things you are thankful for. This will put your mind in a place of positivity, and you’ll be amazed at how that can change the course of your day. When you wake up and look for things to be thankful for, you will find things to be grateful for.
  • Take a walk. Either on your lunch break or after work, take a walk and be intentional about appreciating the beauty that is around you. Keep your phone on silent and focus on the nature around you. 
  • Start your morning with motivational messages. Whether you listen to empowering messages on YouTube, read your Bible, read a chapter out of SWIM! or something else, starting your morning with motivational messages can significantly transform your day.
  • Commit to letting people know when you appreciate them. Instead of just keeping a compliment or acknowledgment to yourself, make sure the people around you know how much you appreciate them. A simple compliment or affirmation can really change someone’s day.
  • Call your favorite people. Even if for just 5 minutes, speak to someone you care about. Let them know how much you appreciate them.
  • Volunteer. Anywhere. The need for volunteers will always outweigh the supply. But volunteering does something deep inside and I contend it is more beneficial to the giver than the recipient in some ways. Get out there.

There is so much anticipation leading up to this big holiday, and as we sit around the table, we are reminded of the good things we have in our life. We are reminded that we are so fortunate to have a house to live in, a kitchen to cook in, food to eat, and friends who love us.

Let’s live in a place of gratitude.

We’ve got just over 30 days left in this year.

Start your new THANKS-GIVING lifestyle now, 

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