It seems like no matter where I turn to these days, the answer always includes gratitude.
There are hundreds, or I’m sure thousands (maybe more), of books that have been written on the art and importance of gratitude. And after decades of being an adult and reading (now listening) to many of them … I agree.
But writing or feeling grateful in a moment (especially when something has brought you down or you’re finding it hard to be positive at all) can be … well, incredibly hard.
But life is hard — so we must forge on.
And therefore in that moment, and for today’s writing topic … I want you to write three things you’re grateful for. They don’t have to be long or complicated, deep or philosophical … they just have to be real for you in this moment.
You could be grateful for waking up today and feeling healthy. For today being a Sunday. For the sunshine — or the rain. Or maybe you’re grateful because you made it to the end of the day.
Regardless — I believe acknowledging gratitude in the Universe is one of the best uses of our time. So I invite you to do this daily, if only to list three things.