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People in the U.S. will celebrate Thanksgiving this Thursday. I believe it’s a good thing to cultivate an attitude of gratitude. An attitude of gratitude helps us see the bright side of life. It helps us be optimistic about the future. It helps us live our lives with joy. I have written some posts in the past on gratitude. You might want to read them: 9 Essential Reasons to Cultivate an Attitude of Gratitude Cultivating an Attitude of Gratitude: A Lesson From Tonga 14 Awfully Simple Things to Be Grateful for in Your Daily Life 10 Simple Tips to Become a Grateful Person I hope these posts can help you enjoy your life even more. Happy Thanksgiving! P.S. I have a special offer coming soon. Stay tuned. Photo by Thomas & Dianne Jones
Note: This post is written by Julie Ellis Some people end the day by hitting the sack and falling to sleep almost immediately, then there are the rest of us. We lay down and spend at least 30 minutes rehashing the events of the day. We replay conversations in our minds and cringe at the embarrassing things that we have said. We focus on the things that we forgot to do, and the things that we were unable to do. Let’s be truthful. There’s nothing productive about this. It’s all just an exercise in increasing self doubt. So, what if we used this sleepless 30 minutes or so to do something constructive? What if there were something we could do to make ourselves feel better about the day we had, and make us look forward to the possibility of tomorrow being a better day?
Note: This post is written by Stefan C. Radoi We’ve all been there before, feeling sluggish even if the day just started. Drink plenty of coffee? That’s actually a bad idea, as it can make you feel even more tired. How about this instead? Here is a list of 18 energy boosting foods and 5 foods you need to avoid from now on. Here are 18 energy boosting foods: