Blog post re-share: “Gratitude,” by Sunnies My Bunnies.

I have talked about gratitude in the past and shared my own gratitudes each month, last year. But I would like to re-share this blog post that “Sunnies My Bunnies” has written on the topic of gratitude, as I think this is a great post and I was nodding to this as I was reading it.

https://sunniesmybunnies.wordpress.com/2017/12/07/gratitude/

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Gratitude

As you will have probably noticed, I have not been sharing my gratitude posts each month. In 2019 and maybe beyond, I have no plans to. But that doesn’t mean I still won’t be doing them.

For Christmas, I received, “The Gratitude Journal for Women.” Illustrations are by Katie Vernon and the text by Katherine Furman. So my gratitude practice will be inside this journal.

Cover of book The Gratitude Journal for Women

The journal is beautifully illustrated and I feel there are plenty of pages inside. The illustrations are relaxing and, calming and the journal provides thought-provoking quotes and prompts, which can be completed in 5 minutes a day. Although 5 minutes is suggested by the book that they can be completed in, you could spend a little longer if you wanted  and I feel there is room on the pages to do so.

There are lots of prompts in this book, that will certainly allow for self-explanatory and reflection.

 

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Thank you WordPress

I have already said my thank you personally, but I write it here also.

A couple of days ago in an email to them, I suggested something. I asked if the notification I would click on in top right corner, (bell icon) which brings up list of read, or unread items associated with your blog, if by chance they were able to make it slightly darker, as I was struggling to see the difference between read and unread items. I see now they have done this and it makes it so much easier to tell what is unread and read now.

Thank you WordPress. 🙂

Where are you from?

Hello my readers and friends. I thank you, to each and every one of you for following this blog, no matter how long you have been following.
Thank you also to comments left, especially ones where you gave support at my difficult times.

Tell me what country you are from and how you came across my blog?

If you have a blog, it doesn’t matter whether I know your blog already, or not, please feel free to leave your blog link in this post, telling me and the other readers a bit about it.

 

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What I’m grateful for in December

  • For watching a squirrel, outside my home.
  • For watching Blue Tits and a Robin, outside my home.
  • For cosey socks and fleecy blanket.
  • For donating to charity.
  • For peace and quiet.

 

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What I’m grateful for in November

  • The walk in my local park
  • For a torch given to me
  • For chocolate
  • For hot drinks and hot dinners
  • For appreciation received from friends
  • For heating on cold nights
  • For donating to charity
  • For autumn colours
  • For being me
  • For accessibility at my new doctors

 

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Blog post re-share: You Are Amazing

It’s so easy to overlook yourself and this post serves as a good reminder for us. 🙂

Letitgocoach

I’m truly enjoying the November Soul Reset.

Day Three is talking about gratitude, but not just the proverbial list. It asked me to thank myself.

To say ‘thank you’ to me for being me.

Consider the last time you felt thankful for yourself. Really genuinely. Not because someone told you to. But because it just dawned on you. It just dawned on you that you are pretty amazing. ~SC Lourie

This is rather profound. When I think back of all the things I’ve been through, I tend to thank God, and that someone who stood by me during the storm. I cannot recall if I’ve ever said, “Thank you Barb.” 

I encourage you to take a quiet moment with you. Sit with a warm cuppa, and thank you for being there for you. When you think of who you love most in this world let it be you. You…

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