My gratitude journal day 1/30:
So here it is, heres the little project iv been thinking of for a while now. Something I have learnt form @surreyhillswellness is to keep a gratitude journal. Time each day to focus on the moments that day that fill you with calm, pride, ease and thankfulness. It doesn’t matter if that includes emptying the dishwasher, not loosing your shit with a stranger or eating theee meals that day. But you’ll be surprised at how many things you’ll actually clock up each evening.
So to keep me on track and not allowing this to become something I think of and not do, iv given my self the challenge to share three things each day on here. So here goes!
1: having olive in our lives. I don’t celebrate her often enough, mainly because she’s naughty. But this pup gives us so much. She keeps us focused in a strange way and is already Einars side kick, in fact was from the moment he was born.
2: the roof we have over our heads. It’s so easy to look at all the mess, unfinished jobs and moments that literally make every conscious style vibe in my body flinch. But this little house is my home. Einars and Josh’s Home and to have this safe heaven is everything to me.
3: our local church. Every Monday they hold a toddler and baby group. It doesn’t matter how infrequently you attend, how late you (only I) am, you are only ever treated wth smiles, a cup of tea and total honesty. Love for you and your little ones and a space where there is no judgment at all. This isn’t just because it’s a place of faith, this is due to people within it. And for them I am forever grateful.
So here you go here’s my first day!
Now don’t be thinking there went negatives of my day because there are, but that’s not what this is about. It’s not about creating a perfect image, or hiding the honesty it’s about highlighting the good and giving those things the time to pull through.
I’d love to here what you guys are grateful for today!
@christyleighcastles @surreyhillswellness @kittylarouxx @fiknowlton @midgleygreen if you have time to share I’d love to hear!