We are pleased to welcome guest blogger Kari Gremore, Humanergy’s fall 2016intern.
Gobble, gobble! Thanksgiving is coming up. Thanksgiving, celebrated once a year, brings loved ones and family together to dish not only on turkey and mashed potatoes but on the many things, people and circumstances for which they’re thankful.
Sometimes it’s easy to forget that Thanksgiving can be celebrated every day of the year.
Here at Humanergy, we start our meetings by going around the table and expressing gratitude. This could be something as simple as a kind remark, helpful advice or extra help on a project.
Try to incorporate thankfulness in everyday living, whether it’s in the workplace or at home. Gratitude has been proven to be good for you! It improves physical and psychological health, and gives you five other amazing benefits.
What are you thankful about and what are you most looking forward to at Thanksgiving? Contact us or leave a comment.
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Every day, both on my drive to and from work, the grocery store or other errands, I state out loud things for which I am grateful. My goal is to spend 20 minutes a day thinking and saying my gratitudes. I find by the time I get to work or home, I am more grounded and able to view difficult situations in a different light.