The Day After

More GratitudeIn the United States, we celebrate Thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday of November each year – a day to give thanks for what we have been blessed with. This holiday is rooted in harvest time celebrations that many other countries observe in similar ways.

However, what happens the next day? Do we return to our routines and forget the gratitude that drives this holiday?

We are grateful for the support we have enjoyed from our customers and the fashion bloggers around the world who have shared our mottos – our words of encouragement and motivation – with their readers. We are grateful for the opportunity to create the Le Motto brand and share positivity with the world.

However, the purpose of this post isn’t just thanks, but it is to remind us that gratitude should be practiced every day, not just on Thanksgiving, or the Moon Festival, Chu-Sok, Cerelia, Erntedankfest, or other similar holidays.

Gratitude is a mindset, not a holiday, and we are grateful for you.

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