Gratitude is a habit and like many habits, it takes time to develop. Being thankful for all things in our lives and all people in our lives can sometimes be a challenge ~ especially when Mother Nature wallops you with unforeseen, epic storms.
However, it’s sometimes when life is darkest that you can find gratitude in the most minute things that can increase your life’s abundance exponentially. I gave out the 30 day Gratitude Challenge yesterday and I thought I’d follow up today with some suggestions. I know that before I took the challenge myself, I floundered at the thought of 30 different people to thank, but as I went along, every morning, I popped out of bed excited to find my next person to thank ~ and magically they were delivered to me!
Here, you will find my first gratitude card that I began earlier this year. gratitude-day-1 I did the gratitude challenge which morphed into something bigger as time went on for me. It changed me just like the death of my Dad did. Perhaps that’s why I’ve reached out to my cousins and found peace.
Life is short…don’t live with regrets…now’s the time to say how you feel…enjoy the beauty in the written word. It doesn’t have to be fancy nor cost a lot…it just has to come from the heart!
Hugs to you!