Don’t Let It Stay In Your Head
That means turkey and family time.
It also means that we, collectively as a culture, take a day to pause and be thankful.
If you’re like me, you probably have so much to be thankful for.
I catch myself often thinking about these things.
Can I give you one simple piece of advice when it comes to being thankful?
DON’T LET IT STAY IN YOUR HEAD!
You’re probably like me. You have these quick thoughts that creep into your mind that reflect something you’re thankful for…
“I’m so glad I have a wife that always smiles at me when I come in the door at the end of the day.”
“I’m so thankful my husband puts the toilet seat down.”
“I’m grateful for kids that love Jesus and are doing well on their own.”
“I’m thankful for a boss that gives me time to go see my kid’s plays at school.”
You have those thoughts, right?
Take the time, right now, and send FIVE DIFFERENT TEXT MESSAGES to someone that you’re thankful for and tell them SPECIFICALLY what you’re thankful for.
Thankfulness changes things when it’s SHARED!!!!
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Here’s the challenge: Text or Call FIVE PEOPLE and express your gratitude for them. BE SPECIFIC!