50 Things to be Thankful for this Holiday Season
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50 Things to be Thankful for this Holiday Season

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50 Things to be Thankful for this Holiday Season

Aside from the parties, the food, and the presents, the holidays really are about being thankful for everything we may take for granted on a normal day. There are so many people who have nothing, not only during the holidays, but every day. So here are 50 things to be thankful for, and that a lot of people do not have the privilege of having in their lives.

1. Your life

2. Your mom

3. Your dad

4. Your sibling(s)

5. Your grandparents

6. Your aunts

7. Your uncles

8. Every other family member

9. Your pets

10. Your friends

11. Your bed

12. Your running water

13. Your fridge

14. Your TV

15. Your phone - and your charger

16. Your computer

17. Your car

18. Your favorite blanket

19. Your education

20. The food in your house

21. Your winter coat

22. Heat

23. Your oven

24. Your Christmas dinner (or any other holiday celebration)

25. Hot chocolate

26. Cookies

27. Christmas movies

28. Electricity

29. Your job

30. Your neighbors

31. Fuzzy socks

32. Your doctor

33. Your favorite restaurant

34. Holiday traditions

35. Your house

36. Clean drinking water

37. A safe place to call home (whether it be your neighborhood, town, country, etc.)

38. Christmas music

39. Your favorite song

40. Puppies

41. Nice people

42. Sweatpants

43. The money in your wallet - no matter how much

44. Your pillows

45. Your shoes

46. The meals you ate today

47. Police/Fireman/Military personnel

48. Your faith (whatever that may be)

49. Clean air

50. Belly laughs

I could go on and on, but you get the point. There's a good chance you are a lot luckier than the majority of people. Take a minute to be thankful and enjoy your holiday.

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