Chatting with Wisdom is hosted by Geegado Megwan Kwe Sprit Name means Talking Feather Woman. Rollie Allaire is her Earth name. She empowers women to stand in their truth so they feel fulfilled and can achieve all their desires.
Welcome to the 30-Day Gratitude Challenge.
Once a year, starting on my solar return (my birthday), I take the opportunity to host a Gratitude Challenge to deepen that focus. As the year goes on, it’s easy to get wrapped up in life and we lose that focus.
“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” —Albert Einstein
Over the next few days, I will share why gratitude matters. And how to take action living in Gratitude on a daily basis.
Think back to a year ago, and write down the differences in your life then to now, and why you are grateful for these changes.
Share your answers in our community or here in the comments.
Here are some changes that people might be grateful for:
Looking back a year ago, many people might see significant differences in their lives, especially considering the global pandemic and its impact on daily routines, social interactions, and personal goals. Some possible changes that people might be grateful for include:
Improved health or fitness: Perhaps a year ago, someone was struggling with a health condition, recovering from an injury, or feeling out of shape. Now, they might have made progress towards their physical well-being through exercise, healthy eating, or medical treatment.
Stronger relationships: A year ago, someone might have felt disconnected from their loved ones due to distance, conflicts, or busy schedules. Now, they might have nurtured their relationships through communication, quality time, or forgiveness.
Career or educational growth: A year ago, someone might have felt stuck in a job they didn’t enjoy or unsure about their future career or educational path. Now, they might have taken steps towards their professional goals, such as getting a promotion, switching careers, or going back to school.
Mental and emotional well-being: A year ago, someone might have been struggling with stress, anxiety, depression, or other mental health issues. Now, they might have found ways to prioritize their self-care, seek support from others, or engage in therapy or other mental health resources.
Overall, reflecting on the differences between a year ago and now can help people recognize their progress, growth, and resilience, and feel grateful for the positive changes in their lives.
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