I have written a few times this month about giving thanks and being grateful. Today, I wanted to branch out even more on that subject of giving thanks. I reached out to a few amazing bloggers and asked them the question, “what are you thankful for?” Here are their answers.
What Are You Thankful For?
“I’m thankful that I haven’t needed my liver transplant yet and my shunt is still working ok – no more blood clots here!” Hannah from Crunch & Cream
“I am thankful that I can stay at home with my children and homeschool them thanks to my blogging income. I feel so blessed to be able to be home with them every day.” Amanda from Wander Homeschooling
“I am thankful for the health and happiness of myself and my family. I am also thankful for blogging and how it has helped me work through my anxiety. It has reignited my passion for cooking, creating and has given me an outlet to express myself.” Caitlyn from Erhardts Eat
“I’m thankful for the people in my life I’m closest to, who allow me to be exactly who and what I am.” Jennifer from A Sweet Alternative
“I am thankful for a lot of things in life but most of all my faith, family, and freedom. I am grateful that my husband has made it home safely from 5 deployments to the middle east. I am so thankful and lucky that my foster son who was homeless as an infant and is blind was placed into our family! He is so incredibly special to us. I pray every day that we get to adopt him! I am grateful for our health! I am so thankful for my children, my husband, and my blog, and that I have a roof over my head! I am sincerely grateful for all that God has placed in my life. I can’t wait to see what the future holds and I hope to do more good in this world.” Cassie from Get Your Holiday On
“I am thankful for my family, faith, good health, and the love and support of those dear to my heart. I am also thankful for my blog and the amazing support from my blogging community and all those I’ve been able to inspire to eat healthily and live their best lives!” Tayo from Low Carb Africa
“I am thankful to be in a country where we have so many options! I am free to educate my children the way I choose and I am free to make money and support my family how I choose. I love this freedom and flexibility.” Charlene from Hess Un-Academy
“I am thankful for my kids, husband, family and a roof over our heads. Good health and the ability to have the freedom to do what I am passionate about every single day.” Nancy from Whispered Inspirations
I am thankful for my spouse and through thick and thin we have made our dream of living in the country come true. We’ve just moved to 60 acres of land that we are developing ourselves and in the process of all this, my mom and our daughters decided to make this major life move with us! I never would’ve dreamed that we’d have our family all together like this. So very thankful.” Niki from 5 Dog Farm
“I am thankful for modern medicine (without it I wouldn’t have my miracle babies), my husband and kids, my faith, and to live in America.” Cindy from Slowpoke Cooking
“I’m thankful for a God that loves me unconditionally, a loving husband that leads our family, and a daughter that pushes herself to overcome Autism obstacles. I’m also very thankful to work from home so that I can focus on my little family.” Stephanie from Simple in the Country
“I am thankful to be a cancer survivor and cancer-free now for 2 years! I will be able to see my daughter get married and grandchildren grow!!” Jamie from Healthy with Jamie
“I am so thankful for my job, my family, and my friends that have become like family. I can not forget that this year I have been blessed with better health after last year having to have a hysterectomy due to cancer at the age of 30.” Ashley from The Irish Twin’s Momma
“I am so thankful for my parents. They love my step kids like their own. They embrace my in-laws like they have always been a part of our family. They help me through my illness problems unconditionally. They make 35 years of marriage look easy. I have the perfect example of what love looks like in them!” Amanda from The Winding Willows
“I’m thankful for the opportunity to go back to school to get my Masters in Nutrition and become a Registered Dietician!” Sharon from The Helpful Gf
“I’m thankful to be able to afford high-quality food to feed my family…I realize there are many that go hungry regularly.” Debra from Debra Klein
“I am thankful for my strong, healthy two-year-old daughter. In the last four years, I’ve lost my dad, grandmother, and an uncle and two of my cousins have cancer. My daughter’s health and happiness are the joy and hope of my entire family.” Natasha from The Artisan Life
“I am thankful for my husband’s military service.” Katie from Good Life Eats
“I am thankful that even though Mamma Fortitude passed earlier this year, I get to carry on her legacy every day and share this inspiration with others.” Holly from Pink Fortitude
“I am thankful that my parents loved me SO well that even after their passing I feel protected.” Becky from Eat Simply
“I am thankful that my health has improved so much since my Lupus diagnosis 5 years ago. I love being able to help spread the healing message of food and am thankful every day that I nourish my body well enough to be off the meds and live a fulfilled life traveling around the world!” Emma from Emma Eats & Explores
“I’m thankful for my wonderful husband, a loving family, living in Paris, my business and all of the travel we do. I’m also thankful for a healthy body that allows me to go on many adventures.” Alexandra from A Hedgehog in the Kitchen
“I am so thankful to be able to do what I love doing every day. I am SO thankful for the loving support system in place to keep me going. I quit my job to pursue my passions and turn it into a business….it’s been life-altering, to say the least! My husband and family supported my decisions along the way & I couldn’t do everything I do without them behind me every step of the way! I am truly blessed!” Lisa from Country Girl’s Life
“I am thankful for the opportunity to teach children to read and to LOVE it.” Leslie from A Family of Readers
I just want to say “thank you” to all the amazing bloggers that gave thanks for this blog post.
What are you thankful for? I would love to read about it in the comments.
“In everything give thanks, for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.” 1 Thessalonians 5:18