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Sharing Gratitude and creating a more positive Earth is up to all of us. I’m looking to recruit gratitude writers, list makers, and people who have a story to tell. I am looking for content that focuses on Gratitude, wellbeing, life, love, positivity, learning, leadership, and a bunch of other things.

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Need help getting started? Check out post (#361) below by Julie Van as an example.

Turn & Return (#361)

THIS COMMUNITY POST WAS WRITTEN BY JULIE VAN. A PUBLISHED WRITER IN THE SEATTLE TIMES, AN EXCEPTIONALLY TALENTED POET, AND A LONG TIME SUPPORTER OF THE GRATITUDE JOURNAL.

I am constantly reminded of two important facts: change will happen and growth is a choice. The uncertainty and surprises of life often converge into a sweet whirlwind of learning. And when I think I have things figured out, I am humbled by all that I do not know. I’ve also learned to not be afraid of what I do not know.

The turns of our lives is a result of choice and decisions made. What we choose to do is not only a reflection of ourselves and our values but the circumstances that have pulled us to the moment. Each choice then weaves into the larger fabric of who we are – and also who we wish to be.

The challenge with choice is the courage needed to make a decision. How do we continue to nurture and care for that seed of confidence that is within us all? Especially on days when it feels as if every movement is a constant wallow through doubt and hesitation.

We remember to look inwards and return to ourselves. We remind ourselves of the strength within and look at our values as a guide. And sometimes we look outwards. During times when I feel myself losing control, I feel myself pulled tighter to the kind universe and I know that I will be okay.

Whatever we decide to do, we trust ourselves to make the right choice and remain grateful for the chance.

Today I’m Grateful For…

  1. Fresh flowers to brighten my apartment
  2. Loved ones in different time zones
  3. Dancing and confidence in motion
  4. The last bite of ice cream, every single time
  5. Home videos and photo albums
  6. Dawg Saturdays

Link to my blog: julievvan.wordpress.com

The most important piece is that your post should have a list of 25 things you are grateful for. Also, please include any introduction you would like to share. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out so I can help! If you have your own blog, please include links so that I can promote your work.

Good luck! 

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