Being Present Is a Great Way to Give Thanks

Showing #gratitude on #Thanksgiving Day might mean simply being present after two years of pandemic and cancelled plans. Set aside the smartphone and other distractions and get involved in the festivities. Practice mindfulness to keep the holiday stress-free, Chopra.com says, and enjoy the feast without overeating. “If you have a habit of shoveling food into your mouth during meals — whether it’s because you’re in a hurry, chatting with someone during the meal, or letting your mind wander about aimlessly — it may take some effort for you to slow down and notice each bite. But when you do, you will have a much better culinary experience.”

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