I am so excited to share this Thanksgiving service bucket list with all of you because it has given us more direction this fall season. This Thanksgiving service bucket list will help you and your family know how to serve others better as well as truly enjoy this beautiful time of year.
I always love fall and this Thanksgiving service bucket list makes me love it even more. It gave me more focus and clarity before the rush of the holiday season. With it, I am able to focus on true Thanksgiving as I serve those around me and remember what I am most thankful for.
Fall isn’t just about back-to-school, it’s about falling back into our family routines and connecting with our communities. I recently found this darling Thanksgiving service bucket list printable from the Dating Divas and I knew it would be great for us this year! We love to make doing good part of our daily routine and this list helped me get organized. It includes simple things. How about leaving a small surprise in the mailbox for our mail carrier and raking our neighbors leaves? It also includes bigger things like volunteering at our local soup kitchen. There was even a suggestion for making blessing bags which we LOVE doing! Remember when we showed you all how to make them at our Galentines day favorite things party? Get directions here if not.
Get your printable Thanksgiving service bucket list HERE.
I loved the idea of making breakfast blessing bags that include a darling bag of homemade gluten-free granola all packaged up cute and tied with pretty pumpkin orange satin ribbon to a jug of Good Karma Flaxmilk. Good Karma is a service-focused company who does so much good. This is especially for allergen families so it only made sense to include them this year. Their Flaxmilk is free of the major 8 allergens, full of mighty nutrition (like up to 8g of plant-based protein and 1,200mg Omega-3s perfect to support brain health) and has a surprisingly delicious taste and creamy texture. I actually prefer its silky texture in my gluten-free granola now. Good Karma inspire goodness through donations to organizations that make a difference in the community.
To help you get started on your breakfast blessing bags, Good Karma will provide a special $2 for $2 coupon so you too can Pour on the Goodness within your own community. Once downloaded, this coupon will be matched by Good Karma Foods with a $2 donation to community organizations that are inspiring and activating goodness everyday, including FARE’s The Teal Pumpkin Project, The GrowHaus and The Gangsta Gardener. That’s double duty goodness you will be doing!
It really is so easy to “pour goodness” and help charitable initiatives every day. Join Good Karma and I in spreading positivity by celebrating the little things you do to make a difference. Simply pay someone a compliment, smile in the grocery line or buy a stranger’s meal behind you the next time you go through the drive thru. I’ve personally had this done to me and I love it! My kids really love this little act of kindness as well. It not only makes your day and the persons you bought the meal for, but it inspires goodness in the cashier and employees hearts as well.
Good Karma Flaxmilk is incredibly versatile. It’s amazing on its own or can be utilized in a variety of delicious fall recipes as a dairy-free option. The best part is that they are available nationwide in natural foods stores, mainstream supermarkets and superstores. I found mine at our local Harmon’s grocery store! Visit the Store Finder HERE to find a location near you.
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*Thank you to Good Karma for sponsoring this post. I was provided with monetary and product compensation. All opinions are my own.