We are nearing the time of giving thanks and gathering with our loved ones. Gratitude can change your life. It shifts the way that we see what happens for us. Often we get into just go mode. We make a plan and we move towards it. Checking off boxes, deciding that what matters most is how much one get’s done, how much one makes, how much one does or does not spend. Setting the intention to focus on what we are grateful for will not make the things that are not turning out the way we desired go away. Nor does it mean that we ignore all of the crappy injustices that are happening in our lives. Taking time for gratitude is about acknowledging what is going right despite what is going wrong.
Yesterday on November 16th, I started a 28 Days of gratitude. For 28 Days I will be posting on my social media platforms one thing I grateful for. This exercise will shift my energy, make me appreciate what I have, and create opportunities to think outside the box of how I approach life.
Join me in this challenge using #28DaysofGratitude or #28DoG for short.
I look forward to seeing you there!