The lesson of this exercise is that a minor shift in your perception and self-awareness can cause a tremendous change in your life. Whatever you think of constantly will grow. If you think of your blessings often, they will grow.
While many of us engage in pure holiday activities of grace and gratefulness, many of us also "gobble, gobble." Consumption, for some, reaches its highest point of the year. Our gobbling behavior suggests that we are hungry, perhaps starving. Why? Consider the following.
Thanksgiving is this week! Bring on the turkey! Well, what about the vegans? Okay, bring on the stuffing! What about the people on the Paleo diet? FINE... Bring on the pumpkin pie! What about the people that don't eat sugar! Forget it! Let's just go out for Chinese... but then there's the MSG!
This is the time of year that many of us give up healthy eating and tend to overindulge. However, with some smart planning and helpful tricks, the holiday season can be a time to enjoy special foods in moderation while still eating healthfully and not gaining weight.
You have enough Thanksgiving woes without having to worry about the meal.
My extended family wasn't very close, but we came together once a year, and generally speaking, people got along. In my family, food is the opiate of the people.
It strikes me that our conscious choice to embrace change results from a fundamental and innate process of moving from struggle to resolution.
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We will still make lists, still bake cookies, still receive gifts. The only difference is that now she knows her dad and I are the ones checking those lists, eating the cookies, giving the gifts.
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Just remember, don't differentiate between a girl and a boy. Focus on giving them gifts that will develop their curiosity, creativity and persistence. Isn't that important for both girls and boys?