The Thankfulness Challenge

It’s hard to believe it’s already November.  Time seems to fly so quickly!  As I’m sure you’re aware, Thanksgiving is upon us.  In just a few weeks, most people will be sitting down to enjoy a nice meal with their families where they will say how they’re thankful for many different things.  While this is great and I think it’s a wonderful thing to do, I feel it’s a bit limited in time.  I believe we should be grateful for all we have at all times.  This year, I am issuing a challenge to all my friends, family, and patients.  I would like to see all of you take  “The Thankfulness Challenge.”

So what exactly is the challenge?  Well, it’s quite simple actually.  All you have to do is keep a pen and notepad by your bed.  At night, before you go to sleep, I want you to write 15 different things you are thankful for.  Once you finish, review the list at least twice.  Then upon rising, begin the day by reviewing them again.  Do this everyday from now until Thanksgiving Day.  You may choose to continue when you finish, but do your best to keep up with it every night until then.  When you’re done, come back and let us know if you have noticed any changes in your personal attitude!

All of us at Allen Chiropractic Neurology wish you all wonderful blessings and health to finish out the year!

Yours in Health,

Dr.  James Ashley, DC

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About allenchiropracticneurology

At Allen Chiropractic Neurology, we understand that successful health care is the result of treating the whole person, not an isolated symptom. ACN provides corrective and preventative care for neurological conditions, such as vertigo, carpel tunnel or nerve problems. Our holistic,non-invasive and drug-free treatments are specifically designed to help you eliminate symptoms and achieve long-term health and vitality. * Neck, back, shoulder and leg pain * Whiplash * Sports injuries * Migraines * Infants and children's exams * Neurological conditions
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