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What inspired the Give Joy Project?

For the past 9 months or so I’ve been on a journey to learn more about myself. I know it seems a silly thing for a 35-year-old with a wonderful husband, two beautiful kids, and career to do. 961 more words



And in the blink of a happy eye, September is coming to an end…

My expectations have been beat. We’ve had our up and downs but I’m heading into October feeling less resentful and anxious of the past 30 days than I have in a long time. 212 more words

It could always be worse, #gratitudeproject

When I was in the second grade I won my school’s storytelling contest reciting “It could always be worse”. In the parable, a rabbi helps a family appreciate their cramped living situation by adding more and more to their home and making the space tighter and tighter. 489 more words

Here's to the ABC's, #gratitude project

So far so good, in fact I think I might just be grateful that I’m feeling so happy and at peace today even though it’s the first day of my dreaded month. 267 more words

Day 4

Today I am grateful for how easy it is to stay in contact with people in the modern age!

I’ve stayed in contact with some really great school friends through social media and mobile phones, that I might otherwise have lost touch with. 83 more words

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Day 1

Today I am grateful to have some quiet down time in my warm, dry house.

I got back from Glastonbury Festival late on Monday. It was an incredible experience. 105 more words

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My reasons for starting this blog

I feel compelled to start my own ‘365 Days of Gratitude Project’ today. It’s something I’ve wanted to start for a while, but I am the Queen of being ‘too busy’ to take time out to do things that make me happy. 294 more words

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