Dear Gratitude Journal :

I’m grateful for alcohol. Few things in life are easier to make, and nothing takes the edge off a shitty day more effectively than a good stuff drink. I’m grateful that I haven’t wasted a second of my life living someone else’s life, and I’m grateful for canned tuna. IDKY, but when I eat it, I feel rich.

The end.

Dear Gratitude Journal :

Today is a day that reminded me of why I started this journal. So much of our lives are out of our control, and these are anxious times. So, today I’m grateful for The Fates. I’m grateful for clean laundry and a hot shower. The foundation of our existence. And I’m grateful for text and phone calls. Sometimes a little reassurance is all that is required.

The end.

Dear Gratitude Journal :

Today I’m grateful I was able to reconnect with a boss I worked for almost 30 years ago, and even more grateful that I was able to thank her for being such a positive influence on my life. You never know how karma chooses to direct you. Were it not for her, I would not be as successful a person as I am today. More importantly, I’m grateful that I’ve chosen to focus my thoughts on all the really great bosses and clients I’ve had instead of the ones who just suck the life outta ya.

The end.

Dear Gratitude Journal :

I’m grateful for the truth. It does set you free, even if that means a free fall to land flat on your face. I’m grateful that perception is subjective. I’ve come to accept that sliver in my eye, but I’m grateful others reminded me it’s there…

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Dear Gratitude Journal :

The sun went down some time ago, and it is still over 80° outside. I’m grateful that my house has trees around it, and I have AC. There aren’t many cool places to escape to these days. I’m grateful for the ability to bill some extra hours today. A good use of indoor time. And, I’m grateful for a small improvement in our economic numbers. Lots of people are worried. I hope this bit of good news helps to bolster our collective confidence.

The end.