Thanksgiving is a time of the year that I love and always cherish. We should all be doing it more often, but this is the time of the year that I love to really sit down and write out what I am thankful for. I try to focus on the positives of what I do have and not what I don’t or what is going wrong. This Thanksgiving it is important to look at the positives of what we have and be thankful for the big and small things. What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving?
Family & Friends– My friends and family mean the world to me. I have a very small group of friends but we would do anything for each other and I know the same goes for my family. I am thankful that every single one of them are here today.
The Beautiful Game of Hockey– I mean come on do I even need to explain this knowing me. Hockey means the world to me and I grew up in a hockey arena so it genuinely feels like home to me. LETS GO HURRICANES, LETS GO STARS!
My Job– I am incredibly thankful for this but more importantly I am thankful for the incredibly people that I get to work with every single day. I work on an incredible team that truly does amazing work every single day. With this I am thankful for the things that I have gotten to experience already in such a short amount of time in Corporate America.
Travel– Travel is opening back up slowly, but the time we weren’t able to travel made me appreciate the travel I have gotten to do and the small road trips that I am allowed to do now. I’m enjoying getting back to exploring the world and doing it safely.
Getting To See A New Day– I think that is pretty straight forward. I am grateful to see the sunrise every morning and sunset every night.
My Health & Running– I am the type of person who needs to workout everyday for mental health purposes because it truly gets me ready for the day, but I am thankful that running is back in my life. I had missed it so much and being able to do it with less pain than what I was going at beforehand, made me fall back in love with it again. Here’s to everyone’s health whether it be physical, emotional, or mental.
Frontline Care Workers– The nurses, the doctors, the surgeons, the firefighters, the police officers, everybody on the frontlines fighting this corona virus and everything else going on in the world. I am incredibly thankful for them and all the hard work they are doing.
The Blog & YouTube Channel– 5 years for this blog and 4 years for my YouTube Channel. Words cannot describe how both of these things have changed my life and continue to allow me to do some really incredible things.
The People Who Have Made Such An Impact On My Life– With this I am not talking about just friends and family that have made an impact, I am talking about the people I have worked with, the kids I have worked with, the people who inspire me, the people I have gotten to have conversations with, etc. Those people feed my hunger to keep doing what I am doing and to help give back in any way that I can. I love the Conversation Series that I have started that I have incredibly grateful and lucky to talk to so many incredible people.
All of you– None of what I do here would be possible without your support and continuing to read and watch everything that I put out there. So thank you, thank you, thank you.
I hope y’all have a great Thanksgiving and get to spend time with the ones you love safely! As always, thank y’all for stopping by and reading. I will see y’all back here next time.