Happy Thanksgiving!

The past weekend I have been pretty busy with finishing some blog posts, so I decide to post this amazing feat a bit later.


It’s Thanksgiving long weekend! Due to my work situation, I don’t have any national holidays off usually. Therefore, I am posting this now…..

Here is a list of what I am thankful for:

  • I have part-time jobs and volunteer jobs that I actually usually enjoy what I do. Being a mom is my full-time job!
  • I have accumulated enough health and beauty knowledge in the past 20 years that can benefit myself and my family.
  • I am able to stand up and admit my limitations. Hence, I am able to slowly learn to say no to unacceptable demands from some of the toxic people in my life. The stress and anxiety that builds up everyday because of these people push me sometimes to release my frustrations out. Repeatedly, I try my best to voice out my feelings and experiences.

  • Finally, I am thankful for all encouragement that my fellow bloggers give me everyday!

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47 thoughts on “Happy Thanksgiving!

  1. Thanksgiving is over and I hope you enjoyed it. The list of thanks, very original and highlights the reference to being a full-time mother. It is the most important thing to have a happy family. Well, learning to say the word no, it costs because sometimes it dominates our nerves before saying it. Your post is the best. Regards.

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  2. Beautiful post. There is no more important job on earth that to be a good parent. This form of stewardship has been lost in recent generations.

    By knowing our limits, we can choose those times we allow others into the world we create and choose to expand upon.

    As always, thank you for sharing. This kind of work elicits deep thought, which in turn effects the capacity we have to change at a deep level. Today when I get home, I will show my children how important they are by being Dad and playing some hard earned games.

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  3. Those are wonderful things to be thankful for and great lessons to have learned. Happy belated Thanksgiving! Ours in the US will happen the end of November – on my birthday of all days… Not sure yet whether that’s a good or a bad thing! I guess I better be thankful for it! 🙂

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