Day 18 of the Daily Gratitude Challenge focuses on food. Food is a necessity and possibly the thing that is taken for granted the most by those who have unlimited access to it. Do you stop before a meal and consciously give thanks for what you are about to eat? Continue reading →
Day 16 of the Daily Gratitude Challenge focuses on hobbies and interests. Whether it is going for a run, indulging your creative side with painting or writing or building up a collection of things you find interesting, hobbies provide an outlet for stress and offer new challenges away from the workplace. This is an opportunity to look at your hobbies and interests in more detail – what makes you grateful for them? Continue reading →
Day 15 of the Daily Gratitude Challenge focuses on work. If you have a job (particularly in the current environment), then you’re lucky and this is an opportunity to look closely at your working life – what about your job are you most grateful for?
Day 14 of the Daily Gratitude Challenge focuses on songs and pieces of music that you are grateful for. A universal language, music is the one thing that we all have in common. Whether it is a song that makes you smile, reminds you of an amazing moment, celebration or a favourite memory, this is an opportunity to think about the songs and pieces of music that you are grateful for. Continue reading →
Today’s Daily Gratitude Challenge focuses on luxury. The concept of luxury is subjective to each individual depending on their personal circumstances, so I love the fact that this particular area of the challenge is open to multiple levels of interpretation. Continue reading →
Day 12 focuses on gifts. Whether it is a family member or friend, a thoughtful action, moment or material item, this is an opportunity to look at the greatest gifts you’ve ever received. Continue reading →