Unplug, shut down, get together with friends and family face to face, and be thankful for this crazy life. That's what the holidays are about -- celebrating life and those close to us who put the color in it. I recently heard someone say they like to hang out with people who make them forget to look at their phone. We are busier than ever, and those rare friends who help you slow down and actually experience life are worth celebrating. So here are our top five ways to live thankfully this November.
Host a "Gratitude Dinner": I love this trend. With so many friends traveling into town to see family during the holidays, throwing a potluck-style dinner party is a great way to celebrate with them before everyone goes their separate ways. What's better, having everyone bring their favorite dish to ...
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