Yesterday we had an abundance of family, friends, delicious food (gluten free included), and a thankful heart. What can I do with that thankfulness today? Keep giving it. KEEP and GIVE being the KEY words.
Gratitude is a discipline
The more you practice feeling grateful, the more grateful you become.
Gratitude is a muscle you strengthen through daily use — an exercise, not an emotion.
It’s not something you feel, but something you do.
Like most things, the people who are best at it are the ones who do it even when they’re tired and worn out and don’t much feel like it. –> Jeff Goins
Going gluten-free requires a strong network of friends and family, and Thanksgiving or Friendsgiving is the perfect time to show thanks to and celebrate gluten free supporters, experiment with new recipes and try with friends and family.
Thanks to Udis glutenfree for letting me share and give in THANKS with my family and friends the gluten-free way. Yes it was savored and appreciated.
I made a allergy friendly few dishes, yes we enjoyed them all, but actually it wasn’t all about the food, it was about feeding the my Gratitude Muscle.
GF/Dairy Free Oreo “dirt” pie. Shall I share the recipe?
And you know what? My Gratitude muscle grew yesterday and I plan on making it grow more and more over the Holidays. It does take FOCUS, PRACTICE, DICIPILINE, but to me, that’s the best kind of HOLIDAY workout you can do for yourself and with others.
So Cheers to Thanksgiving!
Are you working on your Gratitude muscle? –> corny cotter is on a roll this week!