I have thought about returning home.

I have thought of returning home. However, I have decided to stay in my hometown and look after my parents.

I have thoughts of/about returning home.

Could you please tell me the answers?
I have thought about returning home.

I have thought of returning home. However, I have decided to stay in my hometown and look after my parents.

I have thoughts of/about returning home.

'Of' means the simple thought or image. 'About' means extended thinking on the topic.
In that case,

I think 'thought' will be more suitable. Thank you!
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No; your sentences are fine as they are.

I have thought (v.) about returning home.

I have thought (v.) of returning home.s.

I have thoughts (n.) of/about returning home.
Hmm, if so,

I want to inform you about the meeting.

I want to inform you to prepare.......

I want to inform you that the English Club will be having its annual meeting at 7pm tonight.

'Inform of' cannot be used, can it?
I want to inform you about the meeting.= I want to give you details about the meeting.

I want to inform you of the meeting. = I want to announce the meeting.

I want to tell/advise/etc you to prepare..

I want to inform you that the English Club will be having its annual meeting at 7pm tonight.
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