Dear Gratitude Journal :

Today was a day that I really didn’t feel like going anywhere or talking to anyone, and I’m so glad that I didn’t have to… I’m grateful to have multiple heat sources. Trying to sleeping when it’s too cold or too hot is just horrible. And I’m grateful for email. Sometimes I remember what life was like before email. It was slow.

The end.

Dear Gratitude Journal :

I’m grateful for the shift in energy…like that first bump in the descent after a long flight. You know you’re close now….I’m grateful the election is not far off. I’m grateful to awaken to cloudy, cool skies and to have the doors open during the day, and the fan on at night. Such a relief to sleep with fresh air.

The end.

Dear Gratitude Journal :

I’m grateful that I’m fearless. People regret the chances not taken, not the failures. I’m grateful for every single one of my personal and professional failures. Each has pushed me toward enlightenment and away from shitty people, and I’m grateful for my success. It’s the best revenge.

The end.

Dear Gratitude Journal :

I’m grateful that I have adjusted to social distancing. I never liked people’s looking into my shopping basket anyway. I’m grateful for good advisors. You can’t know everything. And I’m grateful for dog toys.

The end.

Dear Gratitude Journal :

I’m grateful for friends who work in tech. It’s not so interesting to the non-geeks. I’m grateful for my optimism even though it waxes and wanes. And, I’m grateful for ice-cold milk. It’s still the best beverage to drink when you’re eating a cookie.

The end.

Dear Gratitude Journal :

I’m grateful I was able to spend a happy hour with one of my new work peeps. The majority of women in technology are exceedingly cool. I’m grateful for pesto. And, I am so grateful I went to and finished grad school. Maybe it does make me expensive, or undate-able, but I have never regretted it.

The end.

Dear Gratitude Journal :

I’m grateful I made a decision a long time ago to live through the true conscious self. My ego is strong and healthy, but an ego-driven life is exhausting, futile, and very lonely. I’m grateful the rest of the week will be quietly without people – I enjoy my own company. And I’m grateful for my strength and forthrightness. They are my favorite qualities because without them all my other qualities wouldn’t really matter.

The end.

Dear Gratitude Journal :

I’m grateful that I’ve exercised restraint when it comes to cosmetic procedures. California is filled with custom faces, and even though mine is quite imperfect, I’m okay with it being more out-of-the-box, so to speak. I’m grateful I live in the mountains now. In times of great crisis, no one yells, “Run for the Valley!” And, I’m grateful for roasted chicken. It’s always a good dinner.

The end.

Dear Gratitude Journal :

Today was another gray, rainy day, so I’m grateful that I was occupied with work and other tasks, which helped the gloomy morning pass quickly. I’m grateful for my optimism. It’s not a family trait, and it requires some effort (and I’m determined to make a greater one). And, I’m grateful for the new growth I see in all the plants and trees. They’ve suffered these past years, and you can feel their celebratory energy.

The end.