November 25, 2020
When it comes to Thanksgiving, the name says it all. Taking time to cultivate gratitude is especially important when times are tough. Sharing your blessings and offering thanks to family and friends can lighten your burdens and theirs, too.1
Here’s an assist to help you – or a loved one – up your gratitude game. Try one or more of these exercises and see how you feel afterward:
- Write a gratitude note (or text). Think of someone who has done something for you that you really appreciate. Then, take a moment to write a note of gratitude and send it.2
- Make a gratitude jar for yourself. Decorate a canning jar (or another container) and fill it by writing down three things that make you happy each day. Before long, you’ll find you have a lot for which to be thankful.3
- Make a gratitude gift for someone you love. Decorate a box, jar, or another type of container and fill it with messages of gratitude. You can write several messages and/or invite friends and family members to contribute, too.3
We hope your Thanksgiving is full of gratitude and great food. We are thankful for you and honored you choose to work with us.
This material was prepared by Carson Coaching. Carson Coaching is not affiliated with the named broker/dealer or firm.