Dear Gratitude Journal :

Sunday night is one of my favorite nights of the week. Chores done. The final load of laundry tumbles quietly in the dryer. Chicken dinner cut up for Monday lunch. The dawn of a new week; I’m grateful for peace, contentment, and another chance to get it right.

The end.

Dear Gratitude Journal :

I’m grateful for a small break in the heat.  It was almost cool this morning, and it was a good reminder of why I love California so. I’m grateful I got my sprinklers fixed a few months ago.  They’ve really helped conserve water.  And I’m grateful for the late summer brown and gold of the garden. Each season is beautiful.

The end.

Dear Gratitude Journal :

Today I am grateful that I made the decision to express daily gratitude because days like today can make me feel that my life is empty and pointless. I’m grateful that I try to live with optimism. Even though I have failures and disappointments, I think it’s better to be hopeful than live jaded and defeated. And, I’m grateful that karma is a bitch.

The end.

Dear Gratitude Journal :

I’m grateful for a successful training session. Some are not so successful. I’m grateful for on-line seminars. And, I’m grateful that my neighbor finally finished jack hammering out his patio….SO grateful.

The end.

 

Dear Gratitude Journal :

I’m grateful to the man who came out to my house in 98 degree heat to fix my water. I’m grateful for self-acceptance because I’m pretty much convinced that you cannot live on 1500 calories a day, and I’m grateful that my entire team is on the East Coast because there is never a late Friday.

The end.

Dear Gratitude Journal :

I’m grateful for dog parks. Something that didn’t exist when I was a kid. I’m grateful I was already a pretty competent and disciplined virtual worker. Structuring your time is more of a challenge when you have more time to structure. And I’m grateful for chicken.

The end.

Dear Gratitude Journal :

Having a significant birthday in this s**t storm is not anyone’s ideal. Nevertheless, I’m grateful to have reached the milestone. I’m grateful that I’m committed to leading the authentic life. And, I’m very grateful for my loved ones who called and texted. A new decade is beginning for me and us all.

The end.