I know, I know. I’m already feeling it, too. The holiday hustle and bustle has begun, and I’m having a harder time saying “yes” to working out (and “no” to all the cookies and sweet treats). But, I’m determined this year! I shared my goal with you to exercise just 30 minutes at least 5 days a week, and I mean to stick to my goal. So, this is how I’m going to do it. Continue reading
I’ve mentioned before that gratitude is about more than just your attitude. It’s about cultivating a lifestyle of thanksgiving. While I’ll admit, I am not there yet, I am trying to do better. I am instituting weekly habits (like the regular TIGF posts) that help me reflect on all of my blessings, and I am focusing on making the most of what we have rather than the other way around.
When it comes down to it, though, gratitude goes beyond just saying or thinking things. Being truly grateful involves taking action, living life differently because you understand that you have the responsibility to nurture and protect the things with which you’ve been blessed. As you (and I) reflect on your blessing this week, I encourage you to consider a few questions to transform your life into one of not only giving thanks but of also living thankful. Continue reading
If you’re anything like me despite your best moderate efforts, you still over did it a bit on Thanksgiving. Okay, I’ll be honest, I overdid a good bit and woke up this morning feeling bloated and gross…To combat the grossness and get back to my preholiday routine, I decided to do a little post-Thanksgiving detox. If you are feeling anything like me, I have 3 tips for you that will have you feeling better in no time. Continue reading
I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and were able to take some time to enjoy more than just the turkey and stuffing! I’m so glad you are joining me for another week of TIGF. I am really enjoying sharing my personal Thanksgivings with you regularly and hope you can do the same!
This week I’m particularly thankful as we’ve been able to take some time to rest and relax with family as well as reflect on our personal blessings. Grab a cup of coffee (or tea) and join me in my reflection. Continue reading