An Open Letter To Women
Patricia Love

How can you be the most grateful at your Thanksgiving table? When you’re thankful for your family, you don’t have to force yourself to act all jolly when you’re bored and exhausted. This is a holiday where a little grace goes along way

An Open Letter To Women: You Can Be The Most Grateful Person At Your Thanksgiving Table

Are you dreading Thanksgiving? Do you think of it as a time when you have to perform and put on a happy face while everyone else is celebrating? Well, this year let’s change that. This year, be the most grateful person at the table. Why? Because when we focus on what we’re grateful for, we can’t help but feel happy. And when we feel happy, we spread that happiness to those around us. So this Thanksgiving, let go of your worries and simply be grateful for all the good in your life. It will make your holiday so much more enjoyable! 🙂

You Are Enough

Thanksgiving is the perfect time to give thanks for all the wonderful things in our lives. For many women, it’s also a time to reflect on all the ways we’re not quite measuring up. We worry that our homes aren’t clean enough, our cooking isn’t good enough, or that we’re not thin enough, pretty enough, or successful enough. This Thanksgiving, let’s put those worries aside and remember that we are enough. We are enough just as we are, with our imperfections and flaws. We don’t need to be picture-perfect to feel loved and appreciated. So let’s relax and enjoy the holiday with our friends and family, safe in the knowledge that we are enough.

Realize Who You Are And Listen To Your Instincts

Happy Thanksgiving, ladies! This is the ultimate time of year when we reflect on all that we are grateful for. And what better way to show how grateful we are than by being the most gracious person at the Thanksgiving table? But in order to do that, we need to first realize who we are and listen to our instincts.

We are women, which means we are naturally nurturing, caring, and giving. We are also pretty darn good at multitasking and managing everything on our plate (no pun intended). So this Thanksgiving, let’s use those skills to make sure everyone around us feels comfortable and happy. Offer to help with the cooking, set the table, or clean up after dinner. Be interested in hearing about your family’s day and lend a listening ear if anyone wants to vent. Most importantly, let your loved ones know how grateful you are for them.

Remember That You Have The Power To Change Your Life

We can choose to be grateful for what we have, or we can focus on what we don’t have. If we focus on what we’re grateful for, we’ll find that our lives are richer and more fulfilling. We’ll be the most grateful people at our Thanksgiving table. And when we’re grateful, we’re more likely to be generous with our time, our energy, and our resources. So let’s use our power to change our lives this Thanksgiving. Let’s choose to be grateful. It’s the best gift we can give ourselves – and the world.

 Learn To Love Yourself, Flaws And All

Dear women, this Thanksgiving, let’s take a moment to celebrate ourselves. Flaws and all. Let’s be grateful for our strong bodies, our beautiful minds, and our immense capacity for love and compassion. Let’s be grateful for the ways we’ve shown up in the world, despite the odds being stacked against us. And let’s be grateful for the ways we continue to show up for ourselves and each other, day after day. We are truly amazing women, and we deserve all the love and appreciation in the world. So this Thanksgiving, let’s start with giving ourselves some much-needed self-love. We deserve it! Happy Thanksgiving, ladies!

 When Life Knocks You Down, Bounce Back With Full Force And Fight

Let’s remember what it means to be grateful. Despite all the challenges we face, we still have so much to be thankful for. We are alive and have the opportunity to make a difference in this world. We are blessed with families and friends who love us and support us. We live in a world full of beauty and possibilities. Let’s not take these things for granted. This Thanksgiving, let’s choose to be grateful for all the good in our lives, even when life knocks us down. Let’s be grateful for the opportunity to get back up and fight for what we believe in. Let’s be grateful for the chance to make a difference in this world.

 Don’t Be Afraid To Be Wrong

Be bold, be friendly, and be grateful for what you have. Being wrong is a part of life, but it doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Embrace your mistakes and learn from them. It is okay to make mistakes because that’s how we learn and grow. This Thanksgiving, let’s focus on being grateful for what we have, instead of dwelling on our mistakes. Let’s be thankful for our families, our friends, and our loved ones. Let’s be thankful for the food on our table and the roof over our heads. Let’s be thankful for the good times and the bad times because they’ve both made us who we are today. This Thanksgiving, let’s remember that being wrong is a part of life, but being grateful is what makes life worth living.

 Appreciate The Little Things In Life

This Thanksgiving, let’s take a moment to appreciate all the little things in life that we often ignore or take for granted. From the great things like a stable job, and loving friends and family, to even the food and utensils on our table – so many people don’t even have that.

Let’s be thankful for the warmth of our homes, the clothes on our backs, and the roof over our heads. Let’s be thankful for our health, and for the health of our loved ones. Let’s be thankful for the abundance of food on our table, and for the fact that we have a table to put it on. Let’s be thankful for the love and laughter that fills our lives. Above all, let’s be thankful for each other. This Thanksgiving, let’s remember those who are less fortunate than us, and let’s pledge to do whatever we can to help make their lives just a little bit better.

 Recognize That It’s OK To Be Alone Sometimes

Being grateful is recognizing that you’re fortunate enough to be alone sometimes. It’s a chance to clear your mind, center yourself, and remember what’s important to you. Being grateful for your solitude means valuing the time you have to reflect on your life and work on personal growth. It’s an opportunity to connect with nature, enjoy your own company and learn more about who you are. So next time you find yourself alone, take a deep breath and appreciate the chance to recharge your batteries. Who knows, it might just be the best thing that ever happened to you.

 Find Value In Your Own Opinion

Too often, women are told to value other people’s opinions over their own. We’re told to be nice, to agree even when we don’t, and to keep the peace at all costs. But this only leads to feelings of resentment and confinement. It’s time to start valuing our own opinions, and here’s why.

When we value our own opinions, we gain confidence. We start to trust ourselves and our ability to make decisions. We become more independent, which leads to a sense of empowerment. And when we feel empowered, we’re able to go after our dreams and achieve our goals. We become role models for other women, showing them that it’s okay to be confident and assertive.

So the next time you’re tempted to devalue your own opinion, stop and think about what it could mean for your life. Valuing your own opinion is the first step on the path to success. It’s time to start feeling grateful for what you have to offer the world.

In Conclusion, Thanksgiving provides us with the opportunity to reflect on the good in our lives. So, this year, be grateful for everything you have – including your strength and independence. You are capable of amazing things, and we’re proud of you! Happy Thanksgiving! Read More Confidence Blogs

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As an active Realtor®, and in sales for 45 years in Washington State, Patricia coaches women in sales to “Refuel” by turning their “I Can’t” into “I Can.” She interrupts the negative behaviors that have sabotaged them and helps them create a new path towards positive results. Albert Einstein once said “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting different results.”

Patricia’s own story of trauma, death, and a slew of bad decisions as a young adult, forced her to flip her own inner script, or face alternative consequences. By interrupting and healing the negative behaviors that sabotaged her, she was able to find the courage, and new found energy to move forward in all areas of her life. She did this with the action of five words.

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