Posted by Lily Dunbar on 11/21/2021 to Lifestyle
Thanksgiving is just around the corner and most of us are in the midst of preparing our menus, making our shopping lists, and finalizing the guest list. And while it can be fun and rewarding to create a meal for friends and family, it is just as important to take time to count our blessings and think about what we are thankful for. In fact, studies have shown that feeling grateful supports both physical and psychological health. Creating a habit of being thankful on Thanksgiving, and also throughout the year.??can have tremendous positive benefits for your quality of life.