Giving Thanks on Thanksgiving

The Pilgrims held their first Thanksgiving in 1621 to thank the Wampanoag Indian tribe for teaching them the skills they needed to survive in the New World. As you give thanks this Thanksgiving, remember to thank the special person who’s been with you since you drew your first breath, and with whom you’ll live for the rest of your life—yourself!
I also want to give thanks. To my magnificent coaching clients, to the listeners of my Life Keys radio show, and to the hundreds of people I’ve been honored to meet over this past year during my book tour and workshops. And to the thousands of people who made Solemate: Master the Art of Aloneness & Transform Your Life an international bestseller within eight days of its April release! I feel very blessed to do the work I do, and to connect with so many amazing people committed to positive change in their own lives, and out in the world.
I thank you all for your loving support, and I wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving. And for those of you who are coming to the Solemate workshop this weekend at Kripalu, I look forward to being with you!

Warmly, Lauren