While Thanksgiving Day parades, Black Friday sales, and football games are some of the activities we normally think of during the month of November. We really should take some time to recall what this season of year is genuinely about. It’s about being thankful and appreciating what is really important. Some things on our list may seem unconventional, but when you look into why, you’ll understand why we are so thankful for them.
Today is Veterans Day. So to top our thankful list, Thank you to all the Veterans out there who have helped to make our country what it is today and for all the sacrifices you’ve made not only for your own family, but for our entire country as well.
Think of the considerable number of times you were able to contact your distant family, do your vacation shopping, or learn something new. The Internet has empowered us to accomplish all these tasks much more efficiently. Thereby saving us time more to spend with those around us.
Goodness, the delights of driving in holiday traffic jams! So if you are totally tired of waiting in traffic jams, then having a good GPS system is something you will be so thankful for. With this device added to one of the many used cars Las Vegas has to offer you will can receive advanced traffic-reports, find the cheapest gas around you, or avoid getting lost on your vacation road trip. All of which will help you save money and time this season.
Family and Friends
And finally, we’ve saved the best for last; Family and friends. Be sure to use the time you’ve saved from technology to unplug a bit and spend quality time with your family. Plan a trip to the park for a picnic, or a museum for some learning time together. Even a nice evening at home playing a board game is a great way to bond and spend family time together. After all, family is what is most important and what we are most thankful for all year long, every year.
These are just a few of the things that we can express our gratitude for during this season. So take a few moments and reflect on what you appreciate and the things you are thankful for. We’re sure it will brighten even your darkest day.
Author: Theresa McNeil