A Season of Thankfulness

With each passing year, Thanksgiving is quickly becoming one of my favorite holidays. I love the simplicity of gathering together with family over a beautiful meal and enjoying each other’s company. No expectations of gifts or the fuss of seasonal decor, just family and food to fill your hearts and tummies.

As Thanksgiving approaches at the end of this month, I thought it would be fun to create a free little printable worksheet to use as a tool to help you reflect on what you are most thankful for. This is something you can do on your own, or it might even be a fun activity to share with your family as you are gathered around the table. I created two worksheets per page in case you would like to try the latter.

Taking a little time to recognize and celebrate all that is good in your life can help to wash away feelings of negativity and elevate your happiness. I hope this little activity will inspire you to take pause for a few minutes amongst the hustle and bustle and ponder the things and people you have to be thankful for.

Click here to download the So Very Thankful printable worksheet.

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