giving thanks

• Living your life in or near the Zone by being in the "now" the majority of your waking hours. • Understanding there is
17. Blank Canvases for Art (i.e. Painting on Ponies) 13. Movie Stars 11. Fellow Gymnasts (i.e Vaulting) 25. Unconditional
There are a million different things you could do to be kind, and you are possibly the world's expert on what your partner would consider kind. But here are eight suggestions. Possibly they will just reinforce what you already know, or maybe they will give you fresh ideas of things to try.
13. "Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow." -Melody Beattie 25. "Thankfulness
You did it! You are going to college, congrats! As you finish off high school and enjoy end-of-year celebrations, you'll want to start looking toward your summer. Here are my top tips on what you'll need to accomplish before leaving for college.
If you're not aiming to have a great quality of life along with your business success, it's time to start. The reason: The happier and more positive you are in life, the more success you will achieve for yourself, your team and your clients.
We do so many things to try to make life more enjoyable. How about we just try to have more fun? Here are eight things you can do right now to get there in five minutes or less.
Wouldn't it be nice if your kids realized how lucky they are? How amazing their life is? What if they began to express their appreciation for everything you do? How would you like them to thank you for the delicious dinner you made for them?
To whoever or whatever is behind all of this, this life, I am grateful.
But I also want to shout: Don't stop! We all need to give ourselves the gift of gratitude year-round. You don't have to announce
About 21 percent of the 2.7 million grandparents raising grandchildren are living below the poverty line. While 58 percent of them are still in the workforce in full or part time jobs, 39 percent are over 60, and 25 percent have a disability elevating the challenge of providing for the growing needs of the grandchildren in their care.
Believe it or not, American Jews typically do celebrate Thanksgiving. I mean, what Jewish person (or any person for that matter) wouldn't want to sit around a table with their family, eat turkey, argue about politics all day and then watch some good-old American football?
My father is one of the most grateful people I know. Whenever I ask him how he is doing, he responds, "Thank God!" with gusto
Giving thanks shouldn't be reserved for one day a year. When practiced on an ongoing basis, gratitude can change our lives in ways we might never have imagined -- taking us from the darkest depths into a world in which anything is possible.
Some of us may be missing those who are not able to be with us. Regardless of your situation, here are eight ways that you can be thankful no matter what your circumstance.
After you've checked the thermometer to make sure that the deepest part of the stuffing and the turkey breast has hit 165° F, join hands with your loved ones and hope that the colistin-resistant bacteria in Chinese livestock don't make their way to the U.S.
Not too long ago I received an email from a woman in response to one of my blogs. She took me to task for what she perceived
I am thankful for my friends. The true friends I have will always have my back, as I have theirs. These are the things I