This year has been a roller coaster ride with little going as planned. So, you aren’t alone if you find yourself struggling to find what to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. Especially if you’ll be celebrating alone.
Your Nearest And Dearest
The stress of the year combined with social distancing has shifted many friend groups. You are closer to some, not as close with others, and may have let a few people go. Be thankful for those who always show up, or show up when things are tough. Yes, this includes your fur babies!
While the news remains as divisive as ever, we have never felt more connected to our communities. Between frontline workers, neighbors grabbing items for one another at the grocery store, non-profits who have expanded their services, and everyday people like you stepping up to lend a helping hand to strangers, neighbors, friends, and family.
You may have a bit more than you know what to do with, but you finally have all the time to do the things that you never had time for. Be grateful as this time may not last, that is unless you adjust your priorities long-term.
Also, be grateful for your health and the health of those you love!