I’ve been feeling so good about the way I’ve been taking care of my business and by that I mean my health and happiness. That’s not to say that making a living isn’t something I’m taking care of too because I am. It is to say that I have my priorities straight so I’m experiencing gratitude and joy. Are you? Continue reading “Practice Gratitude and Experience Joy”
Freedom is the ability to pursue living your life within the constraints of society, culture and the law, without depriving others of their opportunities to experience the same. Continue reading “Enjoying Life Every Day”
My life is not less stressful than it was before I began this commitment, but my coping skills are improving as I make attitude adjustments throughout the day. Continue reading “An Attitude of Gratitude”
There’s theme that’s reverberating for me that’s not only prompted by this time of the year. It’s not the consumer madness that overtakes people on Black Friday– it’s gratitude. Is it reverberating for you? Continue reading “From Grief to Gratitude”
The days of making homemade Christmas cards and writing Christmas letters on store bought cards to send them off to others by mail are fast disappearing.
Statistics are showing that, even more so than other years, Christmas greetings 2010 are increasingly being sent via ecards due to convenience and the instantaneous communication that internet provides.
I considered sending you all ecards and decided against it. Instead I opted to post my Christmas wishes here in my blog.
Dear readers — thank you so much for your brilliant writing and thoughtful comments in 2010. May your light continue to shine brightly in 2011.
Let’s celebrate . . .
the tradition of friendship,
the beauty of the Season,
the opportunity of the New Year.
My friend, Jonathan has published his informative and insightful “how-to” post Allow Gratitude to Transform Your Life:
We can actually train ourselves to search for, discover, and focus on legitimate reasons to feel grateful and appreciative.