What is Positive ThanksLiving?
Facing the world with optimism – strategic optimism!
Not that pie-in-the-sky, everything is perfect stuff… rather, the bold assertion:
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Challenges. We’ve all had them. Life is challenge. They’re either something we use to push ourselves forward or we are determined never to repeat them. Ever! Regardless. How can we be thankful for a challenge? From every challenge we’ve ever experienced, there is...
Quiet, loud and sweet sounds… we all have our favorites. Which ones are you most thankful for?
Your favorite food – do you wait for a special occasion to have it? Why not indulge today! (If you can.) And feel completely thankful. Feeling thankful for the taste!
The value of old – spend some time today considering all the areas in which you value what’s old. Be thankful.
What’s new? — Maybe we need to take on a new perspective. An attitude of graditude!
Water makes the difference but so does a giving heart.
What you do matters – be thankful for even your smallest accomplishement. Your accomplishments cause ripples.
Give thanks for your safety – just think of all those who are ready to answer your call. Maybe you can be someone who responds when others are feeling unsafe…
A life filled with thankfulness is about little things – like the clothes that make you smile. Which clothes are those? Why not wear ’em?
Devoted to prayer – ongoing dialogue with the One who has the answer to anything and everything. But there’s more – also watch & be thankful!
Is it time for a hobby? Hobbies help manage stress and have many benefits that make finding the time for the hobby important!
Traditions are an anchor of stability in a world of stormy seas. Be thankful for your traditions and continue to celebrate even if you need to revise some of the details..
Consider all the ways and places you’ve been comfortable over the years… and be thankful!
Making life easier with our gadgets – noticing how conveniences in our daily work and play make our life better – and being thankful!
Being thankful is a practice – here are 3 of my favorite “practicing” books. What books are you grateful to read and re-read?
Say “thank you” to that person who made a personal investment in you
Be thankful for all the scents you’ve experienced in life – they’re a gift! What do you smell that puts a smile on your face?
Laughter is Contagious – who makes you laugh and who do you like to laugh with?
Finishing things is considered a good habit, right? And so is being thankful! (Here's a Harvard article if you need some data .) So, if you were to write down all the things you're thankful for and take 30 days to do it, would you worry about not finishing it? What if...
Valued Treasures – Documenting Gratitude Write down all the non-tangible things you’re thankful for… take a look at these four journaling spots.
Completion can be messy, but the benefits are worth it! Let’s explore a few benefits and solutions to the mess of completing a task…
Don’t count what you do – DO what counts! Get done what you need to, but be sure you make time to do what really counts for your future.
Your whole life can become more positive and you can be more optimistic! How? Practice these 7 practical ways to be more optimistic and see the development.
Examine the details for clues on how to make each moment of your life more… Where will you begin to add or replace some of those details?
Let’s lift each other up – saying “thank you” to your friend will be important to both of you. Here are 5 ways to do that…
Whatever is lovely – use your five senses and consider…
What details – parts of the whole – make an impact on your life? Where do you exercise your love of bits and pieces – the details – to make your life more beautiful?
Dream of what might be… there’s a time for everything. Is this the right time for your dream to take shape?
Hello! What’s your passion? Sometimes when we introduce ourselves it’s hard to determine what to say… how do you talk about yourself?
Lori Ferguson is an optimist. She’s married to Robert and they have three adult children and 2 grands. They’ve been crossing off their bucket-list items, including a few years living and traveling in an RV. Lori’s the author of “Moving Past Procrastination to a Great Marriage“. You can also find her writing online at EncourageYourSpouse.com
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