Yesterday I wrote about the importance of the prACTice of grATTITUDE. There are so many ways we can show that we are thankful, including writing in a journal, doing a little ritual, praying, or taking quiet time . . .
iDeA: I especially like saying "thank you" to people who do things kind and thoughtful things for me. This could be a note, or a short conversation (BTW: this especially includes those who don't hear it very often . . . including my school janitor, the person who serves me at McDonald's, the girl at Sebastian Joe's who makes smoothies for my kids and me, my parents, and everyone else who serves me . . .!).
Sometimes, when I say thanks, people look really, really surprised . . . like they haven't heard it much before. Yikes! That's a total dRaG! :0( What if we made thanks! a regular part of our vocabulary?
Doesn't it feel good when someone says thank you to you?
I challenge you to make an effort to thank those around you, even for just one day!
It's an awesome
(note the word ACT)
and it feels GrEaT!
Hope you have an amazing day!
Notice and be thankful for all the GO(0)D StuFf!