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Get Yer Gratitude On

Not just today. Every day.

Forcing myself to slow down and acknowledge there is more abundance in my life than I might think has been one of the most powerful habits I’ve learned. It is the first thing I do when I can feel the clouds of depression rolling over distant mountaintops. It’s what I do when I feel the scratching claws of anxiety in the back of my throat. It’s a easy as it is hard.

Rewire your thought patterns.

I’m grateful for dogs.
A hot cup of tea.
Fog in the morning.
People who allow me to be me.
Peeta Mellark.
The written word.
Personal growth.
Personal patience.
But really, cuddling with my cat is the best.
Freedom of speech.
Mac n’ cheese.

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