Thanksgiving is one of our favorite holidays; not only is it a day off from work to feast but we are surrounded by family. The house is cozy with delicious smells, conversations, and laughter– and everyone is simply enjoying where they are and who they are with. Thanksgiving is the holiday that inspires thankfulness, which, it turns out, is a very good thing. A recent New York Times article, “A Serving of Gratitude May Save the Day” details how being thankful can be emotionally, socially, and even physically beneficial. Please enjoy this easy read and share it with your families. Hopefully, it will put everyone in the spirit of saying “Thank you,” even after tomorrow’s pie is eaten.
With Love and a sincere “Thank You,”
Jerrica and Julie
The Law Office of Julie Low