Tuesday, November 24th, 2009...8:19 AM

Attitude of Gratitude

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This holiday season, I promise to do it. I WILL slow down. I WILL let good enough be GOOD ENOUGH. I WILL keep it simple. I WILL enjoy the process. How will I do it? My plan is to take small moments to give thanks for all of the rituals and traditions that are supposed to make the holidays fun and not just a stress-filled month of blurry excess. Above all else, I will pray. I’m not sure to whom, yet, but I feel the need to let some higher power know that I am grateful. I want to share my gratitude with my family, but also with the universe. I’ll have to let you know how it’s going. I encourage you to do the same. Slow down, keep it simple, savor and be grateful for every bite. Let this be your time. Treat yourself well.

About the Author:

Chris Heidel is the owner and primary personal trainer with Libra Fitness in Austin, TX, a private, in-home studio. Chris focuses her business on developing mentoring relationships with her clients built on trust and meaningful support to help them set, achieve, and maintain realistic fitness goals. Chris truly believes that while getting in shape isn’t easy, it doesn’t have to be complicated. Chris is certified through the American Council on Exercise.

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  • I’m with you Chris…and I’m starting now! My sister and I opted for a low-key Thanksgiving with our kids. We’re not preparing a huge feast with all the trimmings, just a few of our favorites combined with alot of love and laughter.

    Simplicity is a must. We need to challenge others to do the same. Not just around the holidays, but all year long.

    Much Love,

    Donna J
    The Unemployed Entrepreneur ™

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