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New Daily Gratitude Exercise

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In this podcast episode, I’m sharing with you a new gratitude exercise that I learned. 

 

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I’ve been into writing gratitude lists in my journal for years now but I hadn’t ever done this exercise before and it really helped me sink into a deeper level of gratitude. 

When I don’t take time to focus on gratitude I end up bouncing from one task to the next and getting caught up in my never-ending to-do list. 

I hate to admit it but it causes me to end up taking blessings and people in my life for granted without really meaning to.

To do this exercise you write ten things that you’re thankful for. After you have your list go through each thing and spend a minute imagining your life WITHOUT that thing. 

Really thinking about what my life would be like without my family, dog or house really helped me sink into a deeper level of appreciation for them. 

If you want to hear more about my recent gratitude practices be sure to check out the new episode of the podcast. 

2019 has been a tough year for me personally and I’ve had to walk through some very difficult losses. 

Gratitude helped me realize even in the darkest moments there’s still beauty in the moment. 

There’s love

There’s joy

There’s so much available right now.

Have a great evening,

Faith

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