Gratitude in 2 Parts

November is traditionally a month, in the USA at least, when we express our thanks. Sadly, many of us think about being thankful just one day a year, Thanksgiving Day itself.

This month we are going to expand on our thankfulness practice because it truly is a wonderful tool in our mental, physical and spiritual health—and that includes our ability to lose weight.

This won’t be a standard, ‘go around the table and state what you are most grateful for’ exercise, nor will it be just about a gratitude journal.

Both of these activities are good and can definitely be part of your gratitude practice, but we are going to go deeper than the deep-dish pumpkin pie and, (in the 2nd part of each exercise) for some of you at least, we’ll turn gratitude on its ear.

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