Happy Thursday everyone! I’m a day late doing a mid week gratitude check in, but I just got back in town yesterday. With Hurricane Irma doing very weird things and also being a family member’s birthday, we ended up going out of town to evacuate just in case and also to celebrate a birthday. Literal Hurricane/birthday party haha. Lots of emotions this week, but I am grateful for this experience. Without further ado, here is this week’s mid week gratitude check in…
It’s November and I’m sure you’re seeing a lot of “being grateful” posts. Gratitude is a big thing! It may seem so small and trivial, but being in that mindset takes time to become a habit. It simply doesn’t happen over night!
One of my blogging BFFs, Wendy over The Gratefulist, totally has it down and her recent emails have been totally inspiring! Check out her 2 recent posts about 6 mistakes you might be making while practicing gratitude (and how to avoid them) and 6 alternatives to writing a gratitude list (for when gratitude is not just your thing).
“That light’s gone out!”
“I don’t have time to make dinner let alone anything else!”
“I don’t know how to [insert craft.]”
“I just don’t have the money for supplies for what I want to do/create!”
Sound familiar? I totally get it.
Just this month alone…
- 4 birthdays
- bad storms almost every afternoon
- I’ve been having bad headaches
- QA (Quality Assurance) inspector prep work + they came into work this Sunday/Monday (I work at a hotel,
Everything in our lives revolves (no pun intended) around direction. This ranges from daily, even mundane routines all the way up to politics and religion.
North vs. South.
Let’s get more specific.
East Coast vs. West Coast.
North Carolina, South Carolina. (Yes,