30 Days of Gratitude 2015

The month of November is a great time to develop a gratitude practice. With Thanksgiving on the horizon, the spirit of the season seems to set the tone for gratitude. There are so many ways to be grateful every day. One of the best ways to do this is through journaling.  If you already keep a journal, maybe this month will spark some added mindfulness to your gratitude practice. If you don’t have a gratitude journal, now is a great time to start one. I will post my own gratitude findings every day this month. I hope you read along and begin your own gratitude practice. Come along for the ride and let me know what you are most grateful for every day – I know we can inspire one another.


November 1: Let’s get started

November 2: The first day is the easiest

November 3: A newfound gratitude for my mom

November 4: I forgot to be grateful toward the end of the day

November 5: I’m grateful for my teenage driver, part 1

November 6: Gratitude breeds gratitude

November 7: Do you have a mom squad?

November 8: Gratitude – A list

November 9: I’m grateful fo my teenage driver, part 2

November 10: I’m grateful for my Starbuck’s cup

November 11: The postal worker made my day

November 12: The blessings of a sick day

November 13: Just keep writing

November 14: My daughter’s oldest friendship brings me joy

November 15: Gratitude – a list – week two

November 16: 11 great websites to inspire you 

November 17: I’m humbled by my husband’s devotion

November 18: When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change

November 19: Three more ways to cultivate gratitude

November 20: How to find gratitude when life gets tough 

November 21: How I’m handling the Syrian refugee crisis

November 22: Gratitude – A list – week three

November 23: Will you be happier if you choose gratitude?

November 24: Do you have women of wisdom in your life?

November 25: Feel first, then find gratitude

November 26: A tradition born out of sadness turns out to be my favorite day of the year 

November 27: Gratitude breeds gratitude: Part II

November 28: Flexibility allows for some changes in tradition

November 29:  Think About, Thank About, Bring About

November 30:  Can’t Stop Won’t Stop the Gratitude…

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