By: Sandy Churchill We’ve all been there… the stress of a meltdown, the jar that falls from the fridge and shatters, the tailgater spreading toxic road rage, the colicky baby crying nonstop, the snippy comments from your partner, the lousy news from your insurance company, the frustration of a financial squeeze, the crabby mood of … More Seize the Moment with Gratitude
By: Sandy Churchill Gratitude is not reserved for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any holiday alone. A thankful heart is a gift that acknowledges, celebrates, and shares joy. Gratitude has a way of noticing the good, no matter how small or seemingly insignificant, and has a magical quality of replicating and growing positivity. Especially when things seem … More The Grateful Game
By: Cheryl Maguire Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, the word gratitude gets tossed around a lot. You see it on signs in stores or central themes in TV shows. Whenever I see a word used a lot, I like to look up the definition. This is what I found: The quality or feeling of … More Are You Making These Gratitude Mistakes?
By: Dr. Tanvi Maharaja I looked out the windowTo a cold morning under an overcast skyI saw no sun nor bird nor bloom, Oh the dismay!I whined and moaned and complained all dayAnd as I went to bed, “at least,” thought I,“I have enough to get by.” I woke up the next day to see … More From a Place of Gratitude
By: Heather O’Neill I am Grateful. Throughout this time that Covid has touched our lives, I haven’t been writing. I just can’t seem to find the word to describe how I have been feeling. The world shut down. Schools, workplaces, sports, activities, everything. To say it has been hard for all of us is an … More I Am Grateful
By: Deirdre Littlefield Gratitude has shaped every area of my life. It’s become a daily habit that comes as natural to me as breathing at this point. I can see clearly how lucky I am to have wonderful friends, family and neighbors. I feel thankful to live in a safe area with hot water for … More The Gift of Gratitude