When Best Friend Becomes Fiancé
The practice of savoring is something I enjoyed this past weekend and encourage you to try. I consider it to be a mixture of gratitude, presence, and conscious acknowledgement.
The Antidote To Most Ick: Curiosity and Gratitude
I encourage you to invoke curiosity and/or gratitude the next time you experience a feeling of ick you're not quite sure what to do with.
If you’re open to it, I’d encourage you to use at least one of the ideas above to bring 5% more fresh appreciation to something you do today, I think it’s worth it. I hope you do too.
We Got a Puppy
Whether it be a warm sunlight, a kind message, a good book, or a present moment, there’s so much we can savor. Take a moment to savor the good in your life, today.
Celebrate Yourself by Cultivating the Seeds of Celebration and Gratitude
The more I celebrate, the more I desire to do the things that I find worth celebrating.
But the only thing you must do is trust yourself in knowing or discovering how you like to pluck the day. Because just as we can't pluck yesterday or tomorrow, someone else can't pluck the day for you, only you hold that privilege.
Rest on Gratitude
Rather than building up frustration on what we think “should” be, we can rest on a proven practice to steer us towards a happier and healthier state, we can rest on gratitude.
The Flow of Gratitude
Gratitude can be challenging. Even with its myriad benefits, we forget to set aside time to consciously be grateful. Though remembering to be grateful can be challenging, we can make practicing gratitude easy.