Thanksgiving is such a truly special time of year. From the beauty of the leaves turning colors to the extra time we get to spend with friends and family, it is something to genuinely appreciate. But between busy work schedules and Black Friday sales, it can be easy to loose focus on what is most important.
Here are 3 things you may want to do this Thanksgiving to ensure you don't loose the meaning of the season...
Get involved in the local community by volunteering. There is nothing like bringing some cheer and charity to someone in need.
REACH OUT TO FAMILY:
If there is a family member that you miss or haven't talk to in a while, reach out to them. You would be surprised how much that may mean to them (and you).
TAKE NOTE OF ALL YOU HAVE:
Take some time to really reflect and take note of all you have to be thankful for. Get up Thanksgiving day and everyday with gratitude on your heart.
Dog attacks have been a very troubling trend in Metro Atlanta and across the U.S. There are millions of dog bites across the country every year. Dog bites and vicious attacks are so devastating and alarming. Unfortunately, many dog owners are terribly irresponsible. Their irresponsibility should not become your burden, but in many ways it has become just that. Avoiding a dog attack can literally save your life.
Here are 5 tips for reducing your risk of a dog attack:
Hurricane Irma taught many of us how awful loosing your power can be. Being without power in your home for an extended period of time can be more than inconvenient. It can be dangerous. Here are 5 tips to help you and your family stay safe during a power outage.