Gratitude is more than simply listing what you’re thankful for.
We can experience a big shift when we stop trying to be grateful in tough times and instead find gratitude for the tough times.
A Thanksgiving invitation to celebrate what you have, who you are, and where you are, knowing that it is enough.
As the holiday sales madness descends on us, it’s worth considering what you really need, and whether you’re getting it.
To effectively give thanks, you must learn to receive it. And when it comes to gratitude, nothing kills the vibe more than these two words.
Expressing My Gratitude It is Thanksgiving morning, so it seems especially fitting to start my day with gratitude. I do this by getting to the gym, just like I do every morning. I am grateful to my body for everything it allows me to do: the crazy long hours, swimming, trapeze, trampoline, getting up in […]