Happy Thanksgiving to my Canadian readers!
If you're not in Canada, you may be confused right now, especially if you are American. It's quite simple, really.
Thanksgiving is traditionally centered around the harvest - we give thanks for nature's bounty. At least, that's how it started, as I understand it.
And in Canada, the harvest comes earlier than in the USA, by virtue of us being further north and having a colder climate. That's really the only reason our Thanksgiving is celebrated a month earlier.
But it's always struck me as a bit sad, that so many of us need a special day to remind us to acknowledge how blessed we are.
Studies show that people who get in touch with feelings of gratitude on a daily basis have better quality of life, both physically and mentally. I share several links at the bottom of this blog that will help you explore both the benefits and the ways you can implement a daily gratitude practice, and I hope you'll check them out.
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