The most loving act we can engage in this holiday season, is to wait where we are.
We are deeply thankful and collectively extend to you and yours our best wishes for a very blessed Thanksgiving Day.
Be thankful for the provisions you have received. Measure the financial progress you have made this year and continue to be financially matured.
The first Thanksgiving celebration is believed to have taken place in 1621, when Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians got together and celebrated the autumn harvest.
We say 'thanks' for the most treasured gifts in our lives--our family, friends and loved one. So this Thanksgiving Day, you can express your appreciation for these wonderful people with some Thanksgiving gift ideas.
However, Thanksgiving is different. Thanksgiving is giving thanks and that has no monetary value on it at all. Giving thanks is a good thing as David points out, "It is a good thing to give thanks unto the Lord, and to sing praises unto thy name, O Most High" (Psalm 92:1).
I encourage you as you enter into this holiday season to change your perspective and manage your money wisely by giving something tremendously valuable to others - yourself. To help redirect our seasonal thinking I have included four examples of FREE gifts that keep on giving.