When you click the blue frog button below my post, you will see a list of participating blogs. Each one has written a post about gratitude.
Feel free to add yourself to the list.
What I’ve Learned from Focusing on Gratitude for a Month
I challenged myself to write three gratitude statements every day in a journal for the month of January.
But it turned out to be much, much more.
I know it sounds mushy, but trust me, when you open your heart to gratitude a tidal wave of love from the universe rushes in. You see people, situations and yourself more clearly. It’s not that you don rose colored glasses; it’s that you picked up a pair of clear ones.
You become still within yourself and even if that stillness lasts but a moment, it’s truly wonderful. All by saying thank you.
My Top Three Gratitude Statements for January
I am grateful for:
~reconnecting with my feelings for my parents through my gratitude journal
~the small voice inside me that says “write-on” and will not give up or shut up, no matter how how many wrinkles I grow, or how difficult the task appears
The Party List
Click on the frog to see all the posts created for this party.
Please, visit as many as you can and leave comments. The idea is to meet new and old friends and create dialogue on the topic. I promise you each blog post will make you smile.
And please, if you feel so incline, Tweet and FB the posts that interest you.
I’ll set up another Gathering Gratitude party for the last week in February. The challenge will be to talk about the big three things you are grateful for in that month and/or share a story about how being grateful has changed some part of your life. Stay tuned.
for reading my post and taking part of the gathering.
Pixabay – photos
Shutterstock (Question Mark Man photo)
Canva – the website I use to put the memes together