Have an Attitude of Gratitude on Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is the perfect time to reflect on the past year and look at all the things to be thankful for. With the world being in so much turmoil, it can be easy to lose sight of all the great things in our lives. While 2020 has been one of the hardest years full of many challenges… there is still much to be thankful for.
Here are just a few things to be thankful this year.
Something to not only be thankful for this Thanksgiving, but everyday, is the hard work that healthcare professionals have provided. They have worked on the front line every single day, all while under enormous amounts of pressure. They deserve to be honored for the skills and compassion they have.
Some of us have had more time than ever to be with our family. Able to go through this pandemic with their loved ones. Others have had to be separated during the length of the quarantine making the heart grow fonder. No matter what, even if they drive you crazy sometimes, family is so important.
Can you imagine this pandemic without the internet... Netflix, or even Zoom? Technology has allowed us to stay connected and keep us occupied during this crazy year.
Due to the pandemic we have lost a lot of moments and experiences with our friends. Trips, concerts, and many other social gathers have been cancelled.
Our friends are the family that you get to pick and we have been able to find new ways to spend time with one another like Zoom calls, birthday drive bys, and socially distanced hangouts.
It’s Thanksgiving time so of course we have to be grateful for all this amazing food that we are get to enjoy.
A good laugh is worth so much and it’s good for the soul. Having a really great belly laugh is one of the great things that seems to fix things for a little while.
Health has always been something that we tend to take for granted, but this year has given us that chance to refocus on how important it is. Having good health, especially in a time where we have lost so many in the pandemic is a gift and something to be grateful for.
If you’ve been privileged enough to be able to stay at home, no matter how boring it may be, keep those who are putting themselves at risk for us in your thoughts. Continue to stay smart, follow precautions and keep your family and essential workers safe.
There’s no shame in feeling a little less thankful this year, and there’s definitely the need to grieve and reflect. Yet, big or small there are still a lot of great things that we can be appreciative for.
Have a Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving!
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