So what is give gratitude 2018?

The miracle of gratitude is that it shifts your perception to such an extent that it changes the world you see.
— Dr. Robert Holden

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Well, I'm glad you asked

Do you make resolutions every year? How long do you stay motivated? For me it tends to be days, not weeks and I usually end up reinforcing that internal story that I don't finish what I start. (Makes you wonder how long I'll be able to keep up this gratitude year right? )

So how do YOU feel when YOUR resolve starts to wane? 

I thought it might be  time to try something different this year. And I wondered if you'd want to join me spending 2018 practicing gratitude now. Not when you lose 20 lbs, get a new job, graduate from school, or become more productive with the latest planner.

What if instead of working to change something about yourself, you decided to simply practice being grateful for what already is? Radical concept right? Just think you won't need to go out and buy new organizers for that "decluttering your whole house in three months" resolution. You don't have to start getting up an hour earlier to exercise before work. And you don't have to create a new meal planning system. Along the way you may be led to do any one of those things, but it's never required. 

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Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash


Come spend the year with me.

By shifting your energy from striving for change to practicing daily appreciation, you will feel more alive. Want to deepen your sense of wonder? Gratitude will get your there. How about being more grounded in who you are? By practicing embracing what is, we settle into our bodies. We learn that life is more both/and than either/or. Gratitude is not some passive zoned out la la land. It's an active choice. It's a deeper richer experience of being fully alive. 

Let's get to it. Sign up below. 

You, yourself,
as much as anybody
in the entire universe,
deserve your love and affection.
— Buddha
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