6 September 2017
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Self Improvement
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New Year's Resolution

 

As you can see I enjoyed Labor Day, I forgot to publish this! Enjoy Thenessa’s blog – Megan R. Pickens, LPC-S

Labor Day is the day that we Americans celebrate working or being employed…… by taking a day off to not work….yay!!! Sure, my husband and I are thankful to have jobs and be able to provide for our family. So in this respect, kudos to Labor Day…everyone deserves a break. I guess I should not just say Americans as there are a few other countries that recognize Labor/Labour Day as a holiday such as Australia and Canada. Basically, it is a time to reflect how we the common people keep the economy going and America a great place to call home. I’m sure many find a since of pride and accomplishment in living the American dream……essentially doing their part to make America a better place for future generations. What do we normally, do on our day of relaxation and reflection? We prepare a great feast, which is quite American. This is usually the last bar-b-que of the year and is  a lot of work….but hey, it beats being at the office. And, it is an absolute fashion no-no to wear white after Labor Day. Although, I have never read when it is okay to start wearing white again???? Normally, we stuff ourselves and watch the U.S. Open, absolutely love me some tennis.  However, this year we will take time to aid others in need, As a family, we will be helping displaced families due to Hurricane Harvey that are in local shelters. The number of families in need is overwhelming. So we will use part of our day to be of service to others. Yes, the all mighty dollar does keep the economy going but love and compassion for our fellow man goes along way as well.  I encourage each of you to consider taking a hour or two to help someone in need,

Happy Labor Day

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Thenessa, an LPC-Intern, is a graduate of the Masters of Arts in Professional Counseling program at Amberton University under the supervision of Megan R. Lee, LPC-S. Thenessa earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Biology from East Texas Baptist University in Marshall, Texas.

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