There is so much to be thankful for — birthdays, new years, celebrations, good health, good cheer …
When we’re living the good life, we somehow manage to let it all slip by.
When we’re sick, sore, injured, tired and out of sorts … we long for those healthy days.
Would we have more of them if we woke up with a sense of appreciation each day?
Do we kick ourselves for failing to embrace the normal, everyday-ness of well-being?
Well, the answer is “Yes.”
And to remedy that fault that we seem to have (longing for the good old days when …we’re actually living them) I propose a challenge to you…
That we find the things we’re already doing right and praise them.
Promote the things that people love about us.
Write about our successes as if we were writing a bio The New Yorker or your annual Christmas letter.
Nobody knows them as well as you do.
I once had to write about my accomplishments for a scholarship. I could only do it in the ‘third person’. Silly me.
So, spit it out. Do yourself proud and let others know about the things you value.
Stay tuned and I’ll do the same.