Gratitude List 26/05/2019: Another year has passed

Gratitude List 26/05/2019

Another year has passed.

Today I am grateful for all the messages I’ve received today.

Today I am grateful for the progression I have made in the last year.

Today I am grateful for how my relationships have improved over the last year.

Today I am grateful for the diligent effort I have put in over the last year.

Today I am grateful for all the opportunities I’ve been given in the last year.

Today I am grateful for all the opportunities I’ve taken in the last year.

Today I am grateful for all the lessons I have learnt this year.

Today I am grateful for the tools I have gathered over the last year.

Today I am grateful for all the answers these tools have given me over the last year.

Today I am that complacency has been at a minimum over the last year.

Today I am grateful for how I’ve grown spiritually this year.

Today I am grateful that my 42nd year was one of my happiest yet.

Today I am grateful I have even more hope for my 43rd.

🙏🏻😊💪🏻❤👍🏻🌞

Gratitude List 28/01/2019: Family time

Gratitude List 28/01/2019

Yesterday we went out as a family to celebrate two birthdays. Today, my gratitude is based on the simple fact I can enjoy these special occasions.

Today I am grateful I was able to afford a couple of cards and a small gift each rather than turning up empty handed. Again.

Today I am grateful I showed responsibility and didn’t spend more than I could. I stayed within my means rather than feeling guilty and trying to make amends for previous years.

Today I am grateful I didn’t have to manipulate another to help out me out financially so I could pay my share of the food bill.

Today I am grateful I was present and taking in the friendship, love and atmosphere rather than thinking and wishing I was somewhere else.

Today I am grateful for my senses. I was able to see the happiness, hear the laughter, taste and smell the lovely food, and feel the love.

Today I am grateful I was truly happy, enjoying the moment and not having to hide my true emotions with a fake smile.

Today I am grateful I realise how lucky I am to have a family. Its a true blessing. I love them all so much. I am grateful that my illness didn’t ruin any of our relationships. Those that found out have been nothing but supportive and understanding.