No need to oversell it. Today, we want to slow down and be grateful because we can miss it. We can miss our parents, our family, our children. We can miss the focus on our health, our resources and all the good when we are distracted by stress, obligations, and the things that are shouting the most loudly at us.
Our intent is to be grateful for today.
You too? Here are 3 resources to help:
- These 3 ways to stay grateful always.
Always? Always. If you can stay grateful today, you can stay grateful everyday. We love these 3 simple things to involve in your daily practice to help keep gratefulness on your radar.
- This last lecture from Dr. Randy Pausch about living life to the fullest.
No explanation needed.
- This encouragement to start the day the way you want to live it.
It’s not just a sweet affirmation. Setting an intent to start the day with a grateful heart is a commitment to notice the good happening around you, and then keep noticing the good. It’s not east task. It’s a serious desire to stay soft when the world tries to rough you up.