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 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 →
Day 11 focuses on the here and now and mindfully being present in the moment. Take a minute to stop and look at where you are and what you have – what is it that you’re grateful for today? Continue reading →
Day 9 is all about the things you are looking forward to. I love planning, particularly when it involves organising a trip or an experience, but 2020 has seemingly had other ideas, not only by highlighting how much I have to be grateful for, but it has made me look at how many things to look forward to in the future that I would normally have taken for granted. Continue reading →
Day 7 is all about the travel experiences you are grateful for. Travel wasn’t really something that was particularly important to me until my late 20’s – I had been on some package holidays to a few places abroad but never really took the time to explore anything while I was there, preferring to focus on sunbathing during the day and partying at night. However, a trip to America on a school trip that I was supervising introduced me to all of the incredible things to see and do while visiting a new city, even more so when a natural disaster left us stranded for a while (and gained us an invitation to the White House). Since then, travel has become high in my priorities and I am incredibly grateful to have seen and experienced some amazing things. Continue reading →