My niece posted this video on Facebook yesterday, from a great news site self-proclaimed for Generation-Y. Doug and I talk about first world problems all the time and how really, our “problems” are not really problems at all. Seeing videos like this, reading books about the horrors in the world, heck–just turning on the news sometimes, and combining all of this with my conversations with Doug continually reminds me to be grateful for what I have.
Here are the seven most popular gratitude quotes according to Psychology Today:
Gratitude practices abound and are shown to be good for you, too–maybe you have one? I’d love to know ways that other people practice gratitude. I write things down on slips of paper and put them in a jar. When I run I list things for which I am thankful in my mind. What about you?
The shop will be closed January-March 2023! Look for me again in April. Happy New Year! Dismiss
I love this post. So great to read about gratitude.
I go through phases of writing out 3 things every morning that I am grateful for in my life. Could be the pen i’m holding or my little niece, the bed I slept in or the sun on my face…