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Why Gratitude?

Growing with GratitudeThis is the time of year when the idea of giving thanks comes up, but the idea of gratitude gets lost in the mix of pumpkins, turkeys, and either looking forward to or mentally preparing for time spent with family.

This year, let’s make it different. Let’s carry that idea of gratitude not only through the entire month of November, but let’s keep it going as we move forward through the holiday season and into the new year. If you’re intrigued and ready to get started, click here. If you’re curious but still wondering why gratitude, keep reading!

You know that feeling you get when you do something for someone and they respond in a way that makes you realize that they truly appreciate you?

You know that feeling you get when someone does something for you and even if it’s something little it makes your day?

You know that feeling when you sit down and realize that you don’t have to anything other than just be, even if only for a minute, because you decided that’s what you need?

You know that feeling when something truly awful happens in your life, but you realize that you’re still breathing, and you realize that above all else, that matters?

Gratitude is a doorway to joy, to happiness, to abundance, and to comfort amidst the difficult situations that we all face in life.

Gratitude is a simple practice. It can be done mentally in seconds, and if you begin to keep a gratitude journal, it can be just minutes a day.

Throughout the week, I’ll be sharing in more detail why gratitude acts as self-care, as forgiveness, as connection, and as growth, so be sure to check back each day this week (or sign up in the box to the right to receive new blogs posts in your inbox).

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Peace, Love, and Wellness,

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A Sneak Peek into Soulful Living and a Thanksgiving Project

When we celebrate Thanksgiving, we often gather for one day, or maybe a weekend, and what we’re thankful for is spoken because it’s what’s expected.  Maybe we go around the table and share, write what we’re thankful for on slips of paper, share more casually or we might even just gather and not express our gratitude in any special way.


By the following week, we’ve often moved on, gotten back to our regularly scheduled lives and the chaos of the holiday season, and we have already started to lose sight of some of what brings us so much joy, happiness and gratitude.


Let’s make this year different.


As you gather with friends, family, and loved ones for Thanksgiving, keep an ear out for what they are thankful/grateful for. Listen, not just with your ears – notice what lights them up when they talk, what makes them appear more comfortable and relaxed, and yes, what they say they are grateful for as well. Engage them in conversation and discover what’s well and wonderful in their world.


Makes notes of what you know is really special to them, and then join us for 21 Days of Soulful Living to do something really amazing with these gratitudes.


A sneak peek in 21 Days of Soulful Living: Gratitude meets creativity as we take the concept of the gratitude list and turn it into a wonderful piece of art, for your own home or for the perfect gift this holiday season! To learn more and register now, visit http://wombtoworldwellness.com/soulfulliving


However you spend your Thanksgiving, may it be filled with happiness, gratitude, and connection.


Peace, Love, and Wellness,

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