Posts Tagged ‘gratitude’

If the interstate traffic is any indication, people are well on their way towards their Thanksgiving activities. While we’re bumper to bumper today, tomorrow gives us reprieve from everyday struggles. Thanksgiving is the time of year where all of the admittedly difficult, bad, and unjust things are consciously put aside as we focus on the Good.

Thanksgiving is quite possibly my favorite holiday of the year. It’s easy to lose ourselves in the everyday shuffle of life and lose perspective. Homecare can be a difficult journey, and often one we seemingly face alone. We brave the edges of the map, wondering what to do next or if we can give enough. It’s easy to be consumed by the trails and hurdles. However, I think back to a lesson I learned in high school that transformed the way I view the world.

Admittedly, we lead busy, chaotic lives, and it’s easy to let everyday stressers overshadow all we have to be grateful for. There is so much we take for granted in our everyday existence. I want to practice mindfulness. Gratitude. Grace. If I am to see the good in the world, I must be the good in the world. Here are 5 ways to Be the Good in your everyday life.

An attitude of gratitude makes this world a better place. No matter the challenges we face, there are always things to be thankful for. We’ve listed 45 things that people affected by homecare can be thankful for this Thanksgiving and welcome you to add your own.

Happy Thanksgiving!