I am grateful to learning from every experience and focusing on what I can learn from any experience, even tragic ones. Being grateful can help you to grow and move forward instead of staying in a difficult situation or negative head space.
Being independent is important. Never fully rely on others completely, even family, or you may end up with feelings of resentment or regret. Have a plan ‘ME’.
My relationship with GOD.
This may be too personal, political to answer.
The word that comes to mind is ‘kindness’. There are many ways to extend kindness to others. One way I build this into my routine is to practice ‘A Random Act of Kindness’ in the workplace. Some examples include inviting a co-worker to lunch (even someone you’ve never gone to lunch with), or opening the door for everyone, or just smiling at everyone all day You may feel you already do these things… I did. However, when you consciously do these acts of kind...
The word that comes to mind is ‘kindness’. There are many ways to extend kindness to others. One way I build this into my routine is to practice ‘A Random Act of Kindness’ in the workplace. Some examples include inviting a co-worker to lunch (even someone you’ve never gone to lunch with), or opening the door for everyone, or just smiling at everyone all day You may feel you already do these things… I did. However, when you consciously do these acts of kindness all day its different, but feels great, and much harder to really be mindful about showing kindness throughout the day.
I am so fortunate to live with my daughter and son in law. Because of this arrangement I have the opportunity to “play” with my grandson every day and I do. This has awaken in me a reason and new found motivation to take better care of myself.
My grandson makes my heart sing every day with each smile and gesture. I feel that I love him more and more and look forward to my time with him.
New ideas and problem solving, especially when I think I’ve found a solution.
Yesterday, and every day with my grandson. I love to hear him laugh and see his smile. His entire being is happy.
Buy organic free-range, pasture, or grass fed animals when purchasing products for food such as eggs, dairy, or meat.
I can forgive others of their shortcomings and enjoy the blessings of this day.
My family is growing and changing. It’s such a beautiful thing to watch.
Mine is a story of many hardships and I know sometimes my focus on the past can limit my perspective about the future. This is definitely something I need to be mindful of when I get stuck.
If I believed and cherished every moment lived as a gift; I would hope that my blessings would overflow and uplift everyone around me.
I love to have an “a-ha” moment. Especially, when I have an opportunity to learn something new.
I truly value my family, and I hope that my investment of being authentic and present while giving and sharing what I have emotionally, physically, mentally, and spiritually supports their growth as a humans. Most of all I pray that they are grateful for the many blessings and that they pay it forward. 💖
I find wonder in nature. At my home in Alaska right now, we have two moose calves that come and visit late into the evening. They play and check out things they find in our yard; the garden hose, my grandson’s wading pool, the dog’s run, and the daisies growing wild on the side of the house. There amazing to observe up close and I feel privileged to see them play every day.
Write thank you notes to let them know how much you appreciate them.
My grandson loves Frank Sinatra too! We say he is an old soul. <3
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