I am grateful for the bike ride yesterday. I am grateful for the wind in my hair and joy. I am grateful for the beautiful scenery around waiting to be enjoyed. Grateful that I am living in a big city, but a bit at the outskirts, so that after a little walk I am in nature and country-side. Grateful to have both city-life and nature within reach. Grateful for my bike being repaired.
Grateful for time at the coffee place treating myself for a very late breakfast. I had no idea I was that hungry. I am grateful for my boyfriend returning home. I am grateful for our simple dinner together. I am grateful for love and cuddles.
I am grateful for overcoming my resistance and going out for a walk in the forest. The weather was not all that nice when I started, but it turned into beautiful spring-like, blue-sky weather very soon. I am grateful for the birds and their orchestra :D, I am grateful that I had the forest for myself more or less, I am grateful for trying new paths and the joy that brings me. I am grateful for the lightness in my step. I am grateful for my breakfast and my “work” time in a coffee place with my notebook. I am grateful for the nice walk to the bike shop to pick up my bike. Like new again.
I am grateful for the Yoga-class this evening.
I am grateful for my mom being fine. Obviously she took a mobile phone, Facebook, WhatsApp digital detox day today, which got us all worried, because she did not answer her phone when we called. I drove and checked in on her and was relieved to see her all happy and giddy 🙂
I am grateful for the awesome Feng Shui tips on Youtube and my new (second-hand) Feng Shui book. Ta daaaaa there will be some adjustments in our flat again lol 🙂
Grateful for life, love, sunshine.
Grateful for the wonderful connections all over the world with my spiritual mastermind group. So grateful to talk to Eme last night too. Helped changing my perspective and having an awesome day today.
I am grateful for receiving the long awaited e-mail today. Whoop whoop.
I am grateful for the wonderful weather and my short bike ride (the tire was flat lol hence short). Grateful for running into a bike repair shop after a short while. Grateful for the second hand clothes store near the bike shop. hahah Grateful that they had really cool second hand Nikes. Yay 🙂 Grateful for coffee and cake.
Grateful for feeling like anything is possible today.
Grateful, grateful, grateful.
I am grateful for
– …just when I opened my mouth to complain about the rainy grey weather, noticing a beautiful rainbow in the sky. Instead of complaint what came out of my mouth was an “awwwwwwwwweee”
– my mom´s cooking and time spent with her.
– going to the fair to meet a member of my mastermind group even though I did not feel like it at all. As expected it was the best thing to do. Good conversations and ideas coming.
– my car for being so reliable and cute haha
– the Yoga class just now for bringing me back to inner peace.
– zero-waste bloggers on Instagram for being so inspiring. So, so inspiring.
– oranges, gifting me with freshly squeezed orange juice.
– my body taking me wherever I need and want to go.
– the angel card readings on my phone, the angel numbers everywhere and Eme´s message for reminding me to keep my thoughts positive.
– the night rest coming up.
I am grateful for decluttering. Just when I think, I am done, the next wave arrives and I find myself cleaning and decluttering. And after each wave further clarity and pure energy arrives. Just love the process. I am grateful for Denise Linn´s Youtube today, where she said, that she went to a very cluttered house one day and realized that the person living there was not affected by the clutter, because he was not attached to it. What an interesting perspective. So he actually didn´t mind having or not having the stuff, so that it did not weigh his energy down. Love it. Reminds me of what Oprah Winfrey had said earlier in one of her videos as well. The stuff is all good and nice, but she is not dependent on it for her happiness. Beautiful thoughts. I for myself enjoy the clean, pure energy of decluttering and cleaning and enjoy the feeling of becoming detached.
I am grateful for my boyfriend. We woke up last night after only a few hours of sleep, feel both sleep-deprived but still managed to have a nice day 😀
I am grateful for how perfect our work share at home is. He loves cooking, I wouldn´t mind never having to do it again. So he cooks and loves it, and I clean up after him, which I love. Perfect match really.
I am grateful for the upcoming movie night on the couch.
I am grateful for a warm home. Thank goodness for radiators.
I am grateful for all the opportunities out there. For the first time actually believing that they are out there. The only thing holding me back is my fear. I want the freedom so much but … lol.. Ah well. It will all evolve in the best possible manner, because the universe loves us! 🙂
I am grateful for Spotify and Kundalini Yoga music. How beautiful these mantras are. Goose-bump music.
I am grateful for my notebook giving it a virtual hug.
I am grateful for headphones.
I am grateful for all of it.
I am grateful for rainy days in forests. I love the feel of the forest when it rains. Fewer people around, the smell of wet earth, the sounds of the water drops. Heaven. I am grateful for how the walk made my cheeks look all rosy 🙂
I am grateful for Epsom salt bath. I am grateful for the Spotify compilation “relax and unwind”, which was great to listen to, while taking the bath. I am grateful for candles and the atmosphere they create in any given room so easily.
I am grateful for my boyfriend and for how we developed a form of conversation, where we respect each others feelings, we apologize easily and mean it, when we see we were off-track, where we choose being happy over being right in the moment. It´s been a long bumpy road, but worth every single step of it.
I am grateful for all the road ahead and for all that we will learn together in the future.
I am grateful for decluttering and feeling of lightness that always accompanies it. I will continue doing so today.
I am grateful for all the minimalist blogs out there on the internet. So much inspiration at our fingertips.
I am grateful for my family and siblings.
I am grateful for the day ahead. Much love all around.
Grateful for all the time with my blog today visiting old posts and prettying them up 🙂
I am grateful for my coffee this morning at the bakery. I am grateful for my boyfriend for being so fun to be around. I am grateful for a glass of red wine right now. I am grateful for Netflix.
I am grateful for the Internet and how it allows me to connect with my family. I am grateful for cozy days.
I am grateful for warmth, love, laughter, hugs.
Beautiful, Ellen <3
Thank you all so much for sharing your light <3 <3 <3 and making my day 🙂
Thank you, Mary. Much love to you too.
Lots of love to you too, Manda. Love the dog in your profile picture <3 too
Thanks so much, Juan, wishing you a most fabulous day 🙂
Yes and yay to embracing the change and trust and hanging on for the ride 🙂 🙂 🙂
Sending thoughts of healing and light, Trevor. And that chocolate looks really, really good..
They got me with the 1 month free trial hahah Now I am really addicted. It is so much fun though and I so enjoy watching without being interrupted by commercials. Much positive vibes 🙂
Thanks for asking Mary. It is in Turkish at the moment, Mary. But lately I am thinking about maybe adding an English language version to it as well. I will post the link then 🙂 (Google automatic translator from Turkish to English is really very bad, so it does not really work well for my blog, but I will translate myself one day 🙂
We made a wrap with spinach and humous and salads, and tomatoes and all kinds of vegetables 🙂 He improvises more or less.
Thank you, Juan 🙂 Good vibes to you as well.
Sounds so cozy <3
Totally second that 🙂
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