Tag Archives: Appreciation
What is one thing you are grateful for today? Take a short 10 second break to write down the first thing that comes to mind. Big and grandiose or small and simple. 10 seconds of a soothing, calming waterfall at … Continue reading
Whether climbing a mountain or fighting through the uncertainties of a pandemic, we are all faced with hard, challenging times. We will make it. We will become stronger and more resilient. We will gain new perspectives and ideas. We will appreciate the small joys and accomplishments … Continue reading
Memorial Day is more than festive BBQs, pool parties, camping, & huge sales. It is a day to remember and thank the men and women who risked their lives fighting for the freedom and independence we all enjoy today. Who will … Continue reading
What small joy are you grateful for today? Appreciate life’s little blessings in a time of uncertainty, worry, and fear.
5 minutes to turn your frown upside down! Be Grateful. Be appreciative. Be Happy. Simply Be.
In the midst of the novel Coronavirus and a new pandemic, we need to prepare not panic. Anxiety is a natural response to fear. We are not “crazy” to feel anxious. We need to find ways calm our frenzied minds. Exercise boosts our immunity: … Continue reading
Make Gratitude a Habit! I am grateful for the Washington trails, and the peace and serenity of nature! 7 Habits to Become a More Grateful Person Send One Thank You Letter Each Week Write a thank you note to a friend … Continue reading
As we begin November, a time to be thankful and show appreciation, let’s set a Gratitude Goal. Write 3 to 5 items on a notepad that you a grateful for each day. The first memories that come to mind, big or … Continue reading
How to Develop a Gratitude Habit? Send one “Thank You” letter each week. Write a Daily Gratitude Journal. Establish a Gratitude Ritual. Start a Gratitude Bulletin Board. Create a Gratitude Jar. Make a Gratitude Calendar. Use social media to Share … Continue reading
People will forget what you said, People will forget what you did, but people will remember how you made them feel. — Maya Angelou