Gratitude is simply put as showing thanks and appreciation. The simple act of stoping and thinking about all of the great things that you are thankful for can give a pleasantly more positive outlook on life than what normally meets the eye. Practicing gratitude helps people look at their present life more abundantly and minimizes any lacking thoughts.
This year is officially coming to a close. It is the last week of the year and most will agree that the year 2020 was a bit unique. Society was faced with many challenges and an uncomfortable new normal that we all had to transition into very quickly. However, there were many silver linings along the way. Families were able to spend more time together and the overworked finally got to slow down. Additionally, a lot of people used their “down time” to reflect on what they wanted to achieve in life. Some set their eyes on new careers, others decided to go back to school and some businesses learned to pivot to stay afloat. They all had one thing in common. They all were making goals they wanted to achieve to improve their lives.
Many people when struggling with various topics in life understand that they need another person's professional advice to help them see the light at the end of the tunnel. Many times these individuals that are seeking support are unsure who is best suited to help them in the process.
We know life can be hard. Each and every one of us has our own personal struggles and most of us try to go through the process of change and finding a solution on our own. A lot of times we don’t have the education or resources to ultimately be able to make that change in our life.