The HRI team wishes you a happy, healthy, and safe Thanksgiving! As our Finding Gratitude Amidst Holiday Chaos series comes to an end, we encourage you to reflect on the things and people in your life that you are grateful
When we think about gratitude, we often focus on noticing and expressing gratitude for others. While this is important and can help us build stronger relationships with our loved ones, it’s also important for us to feel grateful for ourselves!
The holidays are often filled with unrealistic expectations that can lead to added stress and leave us feeling overwhelmed. We are flooded with advertisements of the perfect holiday decorations and meals on social media platforms, websites, and other media outlets.
A great way to reflect on and express gratitude during the holiday season is to incorporate it into your holiday traditions! This allows for you and your loved ones to take some time to explore who and what you are
A great way to find gratitude during holiday chaos is to keep a gratitude journal! Set aside some time throughout the week to write down something or someone you are grateful for. It doesn’t have to take long and can
The holidays can be exhausting and overwhelming, and it’s easy to feel like you’re getting buried under responsibilities. It’s also common to feel added tension due to potential family conflict that may arise with complicated extended family dynamics. When you
The holidays bring moments of joy, laughter, and connection, and they are often a time for families to come together and celebrate! The holiday season creates opportunities to build relationships and make lasting memories with your loved ones. However, despite
Gratitude builds relationships and creates strong, healthy communities. Simple words of appreciation and acts of kindness go a long way in showing our loved ones that we care and place value in our relationships. Not only does gratitude strengthen our
Yesterday, we looked at the importance of being intentional about noticing things about your relationships and other people that you appreciate. Over time, relationships can fall into routines, so it becomes even more important to dig deeper to discover new
Have you noticed how many distractions people face today? People today are busy! With all the demands on our time and attention, it’s no wonder that it’s easy to take for granted the more subtle, less demanding parts of life