One of the HH‘s favorite holidays is Thanksgiving (which is coming up on October 9th here in Canada!). Although his family did celebrate Christmas, too, when he was a kid, for some reason that holiday didn’t make its mark on his psyche in quite the same way as T-Day (I know, he was a strange kid. . . which explains a few things).
I’m not one to refuse a feast in any situation, but for me, this new focus on Thanksgiving is a great opportunity to experiment with novel recipes as well as spend some time musing on the things in my life for which I’m thankful.
It may sound strange, but one of the things I truly appreciate is my journey with candida. After all, candida led to this blog, a new career and three published books. I’m also incredibly thankful that, through the diet and lifestyle changes I’ve implemented, I’ve been able to live many years relatively candida-free. When flareups do happen (as they sometimes do), I have strategies to get back to a sense of equilibrium as quickly as possible.